Postsecondary institutions are increasingly called to document their progress and effectiveness in achieving their mission and goals. Institutions must take steps to:
- Systematically measure students' achievement levels and growth in general education
- Meet accreditation self-study requirements
- Satisfy the need for greater accountability in higher education
- Evaluate individual student readiness for upper-division coursework
- Evaluate student and alumni attitudes toward institutional programs and services
|Solution||Creating an Inviting Climate||Measuring Outcomes||Institutional Self-Studies||Enhancing Alumni Relations|
|AIM ACT Information Manager®
Turns data from your ACT student records into information you can act on.
|Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP)
Standardized, nationally normed assessment program that enables institutions to assess, evaluate, and enhance the outcomes of their general education programs.
Measures students' psychosocial attributes that affect academic success.
|The ACT® Information System
Provides comprehensive data about students before they enroll.
An Internet-delivered assessment that helps you evaluate students' skills and place them into appropriate courses
A paper-and-pencil assessment that helps you evaluate students' skills and place them into appropriate courses.