Student Affairs Strategic Plan
Underlying any successful assessment program is a solid, agreed upon, and utilized set of goals and objectives.
Student Affairs Strategic Goals 2011-2015
Student Affairs will lead RIT in developing the nation’s most engaged campus community.
To foster RIT spirit, Student Affairs engages the campus community through the design and delivery of high impact programs and services. We enhance student academic and individual success in order to develop leaders for a diverse and global society. Student Affairs cultivates an informed, dynamic and deeply engaged staff to contribute a comprehensive set of opportunities for the growth and development of the campus community.
Goal 1: Enhance involvement in and commitment to the campus community
Goal 2: Integrate assessment results into strategic decision-making
Goal 3: Advance the management of information and communications
Goal 4: Initiate innovative practices to strengthen our ability to meet emerging student needs
Goal 5: Improve the holistic wellness of all students
Department Strategic Planning
Each unit within student affairs develops a strategic plan in support of the Division Strategic Plan. Specific objectives and strategies demonstrate how each unit supports progress toward achievement indicators of the Division Strategic Goals.
Unit Strategic Plan Worksheets
Highlighted Unit Assessment Projects
|Academic Support Center||ASC Math/Physics Study Center Services|
|Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation||CIAR & Campus Pride|
|Campus Life||CCL Organization Evaluation|
|Counseling Center||Utilization of an Intake Assessment Tool|
|Disability Services||Increasing Dependence and Skill in Note Taking|
|English Language Center||Past Students’ Perceptions|
|First Year Enrichment||Mapping Stages of Adaptation and Change|
|HEOP||The Effects of Pairing a Credit Bearing Course with Development of Study Skill Strategies|
|International Student Services||International and Domestic Students|
|Leadership Institute & Community Service||Leaders Self-Identified Strengths, Weaknesses, and Interests|
|Margaret's House||Why Do Individuals Leave Their Positions at the Child Care Center?|
|Orientation||Multi-disciplinary Orientation/ Online Orientation for Transfer Students/ Length of FY Orientation/ Evaluate Re-designed College Life 101 Program|
|Residence Life||Student Experience at RIT Inn|
|Student Conduct and Conflict Management||Analysis of Colleges Overrepresented in the Conduct Process|
|Student Health Center||SHC Comprehensive Assessment|
|TRiO||Why Students Chose to Decline Services After an Intensive Application and Intake Process|
|Women's Center||Self-study Comparing Our Programs and Services to Other University and Model Women’s Centers|
Outcomes Focused Assessment Plans
Each unit in student affairs will develop an outcomes focused assessment plan based upon chief program functions. Additional resources and information will be posted in this space to assist in this process.
The Division of Student Affairs utilizes the TaskStream Accountability Management System (AMS) to document, analyze, manage and archive outcomes assessment and accountability initiatives. If you are the AMS workspace manager for your unit you may use this link to log on to the AMS system https://www.taskstream.com