Academic Services Assessment & Analysis

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The Office of Academic Services Assessment and Analysis is responsible for three main areas:

  1. Large-scale student surveys
  2. Data analytics
  3. Coordinating student learning outcomes assessment efforts within Homewood Student Affairs

Supporting these three areas are many ongoing data management tasks. The student data that we regularly collect, analyze, and report serves as a resource for many Johns Hopkins offices, faculty and staff. Here is more detail on what we do:

  • Track and report key metrics for ASEN undergraduates, along with an update schedule
  • Provide research consultation, analysis, and reporting on strategic projects for key stakeholders
  • Track student retention and graduation rates
  • Conduct analyses in support of measuring progress toward divisional and university goals
  • Administer large-scale student surveys and report the results to stakeholders
  • Coordinate divisional student learning outcomes assessment
  • Provide assessment training, consultation, and resources for division
  • Post a calendar for assessment, surveys, and other recurrent work products
  • Maintain the Common Data Set, and act as institutional contact for undergraduate guidebooks and some other external reporting

Vision & Mission

Vision

The Office of Assessment and Analysis integrates analytics with assessment in order to drive informed decision making so that the undergraduate experience stands among the top ten in the nation.

Mission

The Office of Assessment and Analysis provides timely, high-quality, and accessible information focused on Homewood undergraduates, for informed decision-making at Johns Hopkins University. Through outreach and consultation with stakeholders, the office provides a coordinated approach to data collection and analysis, with a special focus on assessing high-impact strategies and practices, to continuously improve the undergraduate experience.