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Assessment of Academic Advising at Purdue

Context of the Assessment Project 

 

     Academic Advising at Purdue University, West Lafayette, is provided by both professional and faculty

advisors. In most cases, undergraduate students are required to meet with an advisor at least once per

semester. However, most students will meet with an academic advisor more than once a semester.

There are approximately 275 people who are recognized as advisors at Purdue. The goal of the advising

community on Purdue's campus is to make assessment an integral part of both students' and advisors'

advising, teaching, and learning experience.

 

     The Office of the Provost has been charged with overseeing the re-accreditation process. As part of this,

the Provost has supported assessment training for administrators, faculty and staff. In February 2007,

the Office of the Provost asked and financially supported each of the 10 colleges/schools, along with the

Undergraduate Studies Program, to select an advisor to attend the National Academic Advising

Association (NACADA) Assessment Institute in San Antonio, TX.

 

Academic Advising at Purdue (Mission, Vision, and Outcomes)

 

Assessment Report (pdf)

 

Academic Advising Assessment Team

 

Assessment Timeline

 

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