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The Office of Educational Effectiveness Assessment (EEA) provides leadership and centralized support for assessment processes focused on fostering quality learning, promoting academic excellence, and advancing institutional effectiveness. We collaborate with the campus community to establish meaningful, manageable, and sustainable student learning outcomes assessment practices.  

The Educational Effectiveness Assessment Office Goals are to:

  1. Support program and institutional level assessment processes (planning, implementing, analyzing, summarizing, sharing and using results)
  2. Support a commitment to a continuous improvement model to advance student learning and institutional effectiveness
  3. Collaborate with programs, colleges, and divisions to ensure the university meets the required assessment standards for accreditation
  4. Implement technologies to support meaningful and sustainable outcomes assessment practices

For more information, visit the Educational Effective Assessment website: rit.edu/outcomes

Educational Goals

RIT’s Academic Program Profile provides guidance and direction for developing and evaluating all academic undergraduate and graduate degree programs at RIT. It helps program faculty, governance groups, and the administration design and assess programs on the basis of how well they fit RIT’s vision, mission, and values.

The profile consists of two parts: (1) the Guiding Principles of Lifelong Learning and Career Orientation and (2) a set of Five Educational Goals that are consistent with and reflective of these Guiding Principles. The Guiding Principles and the Educational Goals are embedded in everyacademic program at RIT.

RIT’s Five Educational Goals are:

Visit the EEA website for more details.