As national and institutional pressures to adopt reporting student success grow, understanding these changes and the impact on our staff is important. This case study looked at a student affairs division at a large urban university in the southwest to better understand the changes of perceptions of assessment. The themes found were: 1.) assessment was not to be feared, 2.) SAD was contributing to the larger campus voice, 3.) assessment was a must have for departments, and 4.) good professionals use assessment. The implications toward practice in a culture of assessment and future research directions are discussed.
Shefman, P. K. (2014). Toward Understanding Changes in Perceptions of Assessment for Student Affairs Professionals: A Case-Study Approach. The New York Journal of Student Affairs, 14(1). Retrieved from https://commons.library.stonybrook.edu/nyjsa/vol14/iss1/2