In January 2018, the President’s Cabinet approved the Georgian Court University Assessment Plan and Guide. Periodic assessment of the effectiveness of all areas of the university, addressed within the context of its mission and goals, is an expected practice that ensures the institution meets the quality assurances and standards of best practices in higher education. Conducted within a culture of ethical practice and institutional integrity, university assessment allows for continuous improvement and self-monitoring. Transparency in releasing assessment results ensures accountability both internally and externally to all constituencies. Georgian Court University is committed to the practice of university assessment at all levels of its organization.
Periodic self-study on unit effectiveness based on data related to mission effectiveness, services, best practices, client satisfaction surveys, and the unit’s actions toward continuous improvement aligned with the university’s strategic goals. The self-study is peer-reviewed when possible. The Unit Assessment Plan is aligned with periodic self-study on unit effectiveness. An annual report is based on this plan. Data related to mission effectiveness, services, client satisfaction and/or participation, and the unit’s actions toward continuous improvement aligned with the university’s strategic goals are reported annually according to the unit plan.
GCU Unit Assessment Reports