The UTEP Division of Student Affairs is committed to building and sustaining a culture of evidence in order to serve our students in the best ways possible. Assessment is embedded in our work and helps our Division demonstrate the many ways in which we enrich the UTEP student experience and support student success.

Student Affairs Impact Team

Impact Team

Learn more about our assessment committee’s work towards building a culture of evidence.

Building Blocks


Learn more about assessment – What is it? How do you do it well? What role does it play in Student Affairs?


Upcoming Events

Using Campus Labs Baseline – A Hands-on Workshop

Presented by Louie Rodriguez
Associate Vice President for Divisional Operations & Strategic Initiatives

Learn how to leverage this rich assessment resource by:

  • exploring its many features
  • working through a mock assessment project
  • learning how to generate reports
  • and much more

We will also hear specific examples of how Student Affairs departments have successfully
used Baseline to advance their assessment work to better serve our students.

Monday, April 3, 2017
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Library – Room 204A

Developing Learning Outcome Statements

Presented by Angie Moreno
Assistant Director
Student Engagement & Leadership Center

Join us as we learn how to develop learning outcome statements that describe noteworthy
and critical learning achieved by students through Student Affairs programming.

Participant takeaways are:

  • how to write and structure a learning outcome
  • word choice and using Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • identifying the difference between learning outcomes and program outcomes
  • proper usage of results
  • practice time: bring your own programs that need learning outcomes

Thursday, April 13, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Acacia Room – 102A Union East

Choosing the Right Assessment Method

Presented by Jennifer Lujan
Assistant Director
Center for Civic Engagement

Assessment is much more than surveys. Join us as we learn how to choose the right
assessment method for your project.

Together we will learn about:

  • direct vs. indirect methods of assessment
  • the difference between qualitative and quantitative assessment
  • using closed vs. open-ended questions
  • the many non-survey methods you can use to keep your assessment fresh and engaging

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Cactus Flower Room – 102C Union East

Guiding Principals

Guiding Principals Brochure


  • Campus and Community Engagement
  • Career Readiness
  • Global Perspective
  • Leadership Development
  • Personal Enrichment and Responsibility
  • Scholarship and Collaborative Learning

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