Office of Educational Assessment
The Office of Educational Assessment provides oversight and coordination of the development of a campus-wide culture of assessment at The University of Scranton. It provides support for developing faculty and staff expertise in the measurement and analysis of student learning outcomes, program learning outcomes, and institutional learning outcomes. In consultation with faculty, departments, school/colleges, the office provides direction and consultation for analyzing and reporting assessment results. The office provides resources to faculty and staff for the effective assessment of the student learning experience and the promotion of best practices in assessment. The Office of Educational Assessment includes the Director of Assessment, Interim Coordinators of General Education Assessment, and five Faculty Assessment Fellows. Dr. Mary Jane DiMattio serves as the Director of the Office of Educational Assessment and Interim Coordinator of General Education Assessment. Prof. Nicholas P. Truncale serves as an Interim Coordinator of General Education Assessment.
Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
The Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness is dedicated to providing the University community with information and analysis to support planning, decision-making, and overall improvement. The office leads institutional planning and accreditation activities, and guides institutional effectiveness assessment practices. Support is also provided for governance and policy development activities. In coordinating these efforts, the office shares a strong, collaborative relationship with the Office of Institutional Research and Office of Educational Assessment. Kathryn Yerkes serves as the Assistant Provost for Planning and Institutional Effectiveness, and Middle States Accreditation Liaison Officer.
Office of Institutional Reporting and Data Analytics
The Mission of Institutional Reporting and Data Analytics is to provide support for the evaluation efforts of the University community. The office coordinates institutional data management activities, retrieving, analyzing, and reporting information with emphasis on accountability processes. We strive to manage and maintain precise data on all aspects of the University: students, faculty, and staff. Richard Walsh serves as the Assistant Provost for Operations and Data Officer.