As part of Marquette’s student learning assessment system, Student Affairs departments and most of our partnering units collect data to measure the effectiveness of programs and services in helping student meet the learning outcomes established by the department. This assessment not only helps the Marquette community understand how co-curricular experiences contribute to the learning that takes place at the university, but also helps us to improve upon our efforts.
Each department has identified key learning outcomes that are measured through a regular cycle of assessment that leads to continual improvement. To see each department’s complete assessment plan and previous annual reports, visit the Assessment at Marquette website. Learning outcomes and assessment plans for each of our partnering co-curricular can be found at that site as well.
After participating in Counseling Center programs and services, students will:
After participating in Recreational Sports sponsored programs and activities, students will:
After participating in Residence Life sponsored programs and activities, students will:
After participating in Student Development sponsored programs and activities, students will:
Student Health Service
After participating in programs and services of the Center for Health Education and Promotion and the Student Health Service, students will:
After participating in Campus Ministry programs for four years, students will be able to:
For more detailed assessment plans and reports, and to view this information for other co-curricular units that are close partners with the Division of Student Affairs, visit the Assessment at Marquette website.
Peer Health Education