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Assessment at Marylhurst

The Director of Assessment leads the Marylhurst assessment program, working closely with the assessment committee, a committee of the University Faculty Council, provides faculty leadership around educational assessment and has an advisory role to the assessment program.



The mission of the Marylhurst academic assessment program is to support the improvement and visibility of the learning experiences and outcomes of Marylhurst's students.

Summary of Goals

  • To foster culture and capacity
  • To build and sustain systems
  • To provide services and support

Summary of Major Activities

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