Office of Educational Assessment

The Office of Educational Assessment (OEA) provides oversight and coordination of a campus-wide program of educational  and learning assessment at The University of Scranton.  Guided by the University's Comprehensive Plan for Educational Assessment, the OEA provides support for developing faculty and staff expertise in the measurement and analysis of learning outcomes at the course, program, and institutional level. In consultation with faculty, departments, and colleges, the OEA provides guidance and consultation for gathering, 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. Click the links at left to learn more about the OEA staff, the work of educational assessment, and access assessment resources.

Contact the Office of Educational Assessment (OEA) by emailing assessment@scranton.edu.

The Assessment Advisory Committee (AAC) serves as an advisory committee to the Director of the Office of Educational Assessment (OEA). The AAC serves to develop and enrich effective assessment of the student learning experience at the University of Scranton. The committee collaborates with the OEA and others to ensure ongoing processes for effective assessment, including development, implementation, and maintenance of the University’s Comprehensive Plan for the Assessment of Student Learning. The committee reviews and recommends a variety of assessment support resources, including those for faculty development. The committee is chaired by the Director of the OEA, who serves as a non-voting member. Staff members are appointed based on their job positions; faculty members are elected by the Faculty Senate.

2022-2023 Membership

2021-2022 Membership

2020-2021 Membership