Assessment Day 2013 is Wednesday, February 20!
Fill us in on how we’re doing by participating in Assessment Day activities and completing the Assessment Day Survey! Students who complete the surveys will be eligible for prizes, including iPad Minis.
What is Assessment Day?
Assessment Day is a campus-wide opportunity to focus on gathering feedback on how well the University is doing in meeting our mission to create a community of learners improving our world.
To view your personal surveys, please click here.
Why are there so few surveys?
You may notice that the Assessment Day survey is shorter this year than in past years, and that you are asked about fewer areas of campus. This was done to ensure that the voices of our students were not being drowned out due to survey fatigue. Find out more here.
What happens on Assessment Day?
All classes that meet before 3:30 p.m. (except labs and classes that meet once per week) are cancelled on Assessment Day in order to allow students time to participate in activities hosted by departments and units around campus, as well as complete the annual Assessment Day Survey and the National Survey of Student Engagement.
Win prizes for participating in Assessment Day activities!
In a hurry? All students who complete the Assessment Day Survey on Assessment Day – which means completing all surveys on your Assessment Day Survey Invitation page – will be entered into a drawing for a 32 GB iPad Mini (approximate value = $430).
Procrastinator? Students who complete the Assessment Day Survey before Spring Break (by midnight on March 15) will be entered into a drawing for one of two additional 32GB iPad Minis.
WSU students who complete the NSSE will also be entered into a drawing for one of two 16 GB iPads with Retina display.
Ed Callahan, Data Services Lead