Office of Assessment

The Office of Assessment, Trinity College, is the institutional research arm of Arts & Sciences and Trinity College. Its mission is to provide on-going analysis and research on Duke's undergraduate curriculum, courses, departments and programs in efforts to improve student learning at Duke. In addition, the office serves as a resource for departments and faculty. Areas of investigation include, but are not limited to, university wide course evaluations, curricular requirements, academic performance, academic advising, program and department level assessment, assessment of student learning outcomes, and grant related assessment.

The office works collaboratively with other university offices and constituencies to address questions raised by undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and university administrators. This collaboration involves development of project goals, measuring instruments (such as on-line surveys and focus groups), statistical analyses, and reporting mechanisms. The office also consults with programs regarding their use of electronic portfolios.


UPDATES (Nov. 2014)

Department chairs are required to submit the Detailed Assessment Report (DAR) from WEAVEonline, 2013-14 assessment cycle.  To access WEAVEonline, please visit http://app.weaveonline.com/duke/login.aspx.  More information about WEAVE is available through Institutional Research, Office of the Provost. Please also visit the College's assessment policies and procedures, including those pertaining to departments' responsibilities for course evaluations.