Thousands of individuals representing hundreds of institutions have found these workshops a great way to build human capital and maintain the momentum for institutional effectiveness.
Fall 2014 - Spring 2015 Workshops
These workshops are designed to support campuses as they address assessment, accountability, and the use of evidence to improve student learning.
- Assessment 101: The Assessment Cycle, Clear and Simple
October 1, 2014, southern California
November 12, 2014, southern California
May 18, 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii
- Retreat on Core Competencies: Quantitative Reasoning and Assessment in Majors
October 2-3, 2014, southern California
- Retreat on Core Competencies: Critical Thinking and Information Literacy
October 16-17, 2014, northern California
- Retreat on Core Competencies: Written and Oral Communication
November 13-14, 2014, southern California
- President/Trustee Retreats
December 4, 2014, northern California
December 5, 2014, southern California
- Workshop on the Meaning, Quality, and Integrity of Degrees
January 30, 2015, southern California
- Assessment 201: Advanced Topics in Assessment
February 6, 2015, northern California
- The Big Five: Addressing Core Competencies
May 19-20, 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii
Institutions are encouraged to bring a team that includes faculty, student affairs professionals, assessment committee members, administrators, students, and others who are working on projects to enhance student and institutional learning on your campus.
Workshop registration fees vary from $245 to $485 per team member. After registration cut off dates, if space is available, late registration fees will be apply.
For more information, contact Julie Kotovsky, Educational Events Manager at jkotovsky [at] wascsenior [dot] org
These educational programs have been developed by national and regional experts and are offered as a service to WSCUC member institutions and others who wish to learn about good practices applicable to all institutions. They are entirely optional, and our hope is that member institutions will find them helpful. WSCUC staff will be present to answer questions related specifically to accreditation expectations.