Institutional Assessment

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"Assessment an Institutional Affair"

BLOOMFIELD COLLEGE’s assessment methods include the systematic gathering, review, and use of data, including direct and indirect evidence from multiple sources. Data analysis informs institutional knowledge about student characteristics; what students know and are able to do; and the impact of academic programs, administrative units, and external programs on student learning. Monitoring and assessment of the assessment process ensures that programs and units use assessment to sustain a culture of renewal and continuous improvement — aimed at the Institution’s collective capacity to foster student success and progress.

Academic Assessment at Bloomfield College

The administration and the faculty of Bloomfield College are committed to building exemplary undergraduate and graduate programs, based on effective academic program assessment.  Therefore, each undergraduate and graduate program is centered around a defined program mission, consistent with the mission of the College, defined program goals and measurable student learning outcomes (SLOs).  The focus is on its graduates’ future success through enriching professional programs or as significant contributors to future employers. Individual attention to students is reflected through small class size, mentoring of new students and flexible course delivery models. With data collected and efficient faculty analysis, decisions are made to improve teaching and student learning.  Effective program assessment empowers Bloomfield College to produce competitive graduates. Program assessment is an ongoing process at Bloomfield College.

Non-Academic Units Assessment at Bloomfield College

The administration of Bloomfield College is equally committed to ensure students, faculty and staff have a conducive environment to study, work and foster innovation, creativity while using tools to maintain quality assurance and continuous improvement. Each supporting Unit have defined goals and measurable outcomes that are link to the Institutional Strategic plan by addressing specific Goals under each of the four Strategic Priorities.  Each Unit set Targets and strategies to achieve these goals along with midpoint evaluations and how the results will be used to improve or set new Targets.

 

Academic Assessment at Bloomfield College

The administration and the faculty of Bloomfield College are committed to building exemplary undergraduate and graduate programs, based on effective academic program assessment.  Therefore, each undergraduate and graduate program is centered around a defined program mission, consistent with the mission of the College, defined program goals and measurable student learning outcomes (SLOs).  The focus is on its graduates’ future success through enriching professional programs or as significant contributors to future employers. Individual attention to students is reflected through small class size, mentoring of new students and flexible course delivery models. With data collected and efficient faculty analysis, decisions are made to improve teaching and student learning.  Effective program assessment empowers Bloomfield College to produce competitive graduates. Program assessment is an ongoing process at Bloomfield College.

 
 
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Assessment of SLOs will be posted HERE
Program Assessments will be posted HERE

Course evaluation results will be posted HERE

Assessment Dashboards will be posted HERE

BUSINESS

2022 - 2023 Assessment Report.

2023 - 2024 Assessment Report.

CREATIVE ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

2022 - 2023 Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Assessment Report.

HUMANITIES

2022 - 2023 Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Assessment Report.

NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS

2022 - 2023 Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Assessment Report.

NURSING

2022 - 2023 Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Assessment Report.

SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

2022 - 2023 Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Assessment Report.

Academic Divisions Assessment Reports are updated HERE
Division Discipline Coordinator for 22/FA Coordinator for 23/SP
HUM English/CW    
HUM History/Global Languages Harry Franqui-Rivera Harry Franqui-Rivera
HUM Religion/Philosophy Nixon Cleophat Nixon Cleophat
HUM Media Communications Brandon Fralix Brandon Fralix
HUM Education Brandon Fralix Brandon Fralix
SBS Psychology Peter Kardos Peter Kardos
SBS Sociology Claudia Kowalchyk Claudia Kowalchyk
SBS Government and International Studies  Dan Skinner  
NUR Nursing Jacquelyn Svercauski Jacquelyn Svercauski
CAT Music Technology Peter Gordon Peter Gordon
CAT Animation Abraham Gomez-Delgado Abraham Gomez-Delgado
CAT Game Development GJ Lee GJ Lee
CAT Expanded Media yuichiro nishizawa TBD
CAT Graphic Design yuichiro nishizawa yuichiro nishizawa
NSM Biology Leila Koepp Leila Koepp
NSM Chemistry Maria Vogt Maria Vogt
NSM Physics Demetris Nicolaides Demetris Nicolaides
NSM Math Grace Cook Grace Cook
BUS Finance Anita Pasmantier Pasmantier
BUS Computer Science Steve Kreutzer Kreutzer
BUS Business Christie Cruse Cruse
BUS Accounting Peter Desarno Desarno
First Year Writing and Analysis Fiona Harris-Ramsby Fiona Harris-Ramsby
First Year Summer Writing Coordinator Brandon Fralix Brandon Fralix
First Year First Year Math Grace Cook TBD
First Year First Year Seminar Nixon Cleophat Nixon Cleophat
All-College McNair 2  Tammy Castro Tammy Castro
All-College IRB Dunja Trunk Dunja Trunk
All-College Holley Professorship    
All-College Honors Zachary Aidala Zachary Aidala
All-College Radio Station Coordinator Doug Doyle Doug Doyle
All-College Writing Intensive Nora McCook Nora McCook
All-College TLC Abraham Gomez-Delgado Abraham Gomez-Delgado
All-College NCAA Athletics Rep Jacquelyn Svercauski Jacquelyn Svercauski
All-College Coordinator of Art Gallery Wanda Croudy Wanda Crougy
Accreditation Nursing Ismat Mikky Ismat Mikky
Accreditation Education Brandon Fralix/Michelle Brown Grant Brandon Fralix/Michelle Brown Grant
Accreditation Middle States 1 Brandon Fralix Brandon Fralix
Office of the President

2022 - 2023 Annual Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Annual Assessment Report

Academic Affairs

2022 - 2023 Annual Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Annual Assessment Report

Advancement

2022 - 2023 Annual Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Annual Assessment Report

Enrolllment Management

2022 - 2023 Annual Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Annual Assessment Report

 
 
Facilities

2022 - 2023 Annual Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Annual Assessment Report

Finance and Administration

2022 - 2023 Annual Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Annual Assessment Report

Information Technology

2022 - 2023 Annual Assessment Report 

2023 - 2024 Annual Assessment Report

Student Affairs

2022 - 2023 Annual Assessment Report

2023 - 2024 Annual Assessment Report

 
Program Reviews will be posted here
Assessment Plans will be posted here
Charts and Tables will be posted here

 

 

 

Assessment Committees

Institutional Assessment Steering Committee

Members

Department

Brandon Fralix Co-chair

Academic Affairs -Faculty

Renford Brevett Co-chair

Academic Affairs

Sarah Lacz

Advancement

Sheila Wooten

Athletics

Leah Brown-Johnson

Center for Student Success

Nicole Cibelli

Enrollment Management

Cindy McDaniel

Finance

Susan Dacey

Human Resources

Kenneth Davis

Information Technology

Craigon Campbell

Institutional Research

Peter Doyle

Physical Plant

Julia Delbagno

Student Affairs

Academic Assessment Committee

Members

Brandon Fralix CHAIR

Nora McCook

Doreen Gagnon

Renford Brevett (Institutional Effectiveness)

 

Tools

Tools

 New England Assessment Conference Program with Links to Recordings     

Annual Assessment Report for Administrative Units TEMPLATE

Workshops

Equity Gap metrics

Graduation rates by race/ethnicity and gender

              Academic success indicators by race/ethnicity and gender.

External Resources

 

New Jersey Higher Educations Graduates' Earnings and Employment Outcomes by Cohort (2014-2017)

Assessment Institute in Indianapolis

Trends in Assessment: Ideas, Opportunities, and Issues for Higher Education

The Iowa State University Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching

The Iowa State University Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Revised Bloom's Taxonomy

Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Projection 2016-2026 (2018 Correction)

Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Projections 2016–2026

Projections of Higher Education Statistics to 2028, NCES

The Enrollment Landscape: Research.com

11 Top Trends in Higher Education: 2021/2022 Data, Insights & Predictions

Assessing Reflection Toolkit (The University of Edinburg)

VALUE rubrics that enable educators to assess students’ original work. AAC&U

Curriculum MAP A tool to support curriculum mapping, analysis, and planning.

Assessment Network

Assessment in Education

Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AALHE)

The National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME)

The Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation

The Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

The National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST)

US Department of Education

American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)

Educational Testing Service (ETS)

The National Center for Fair & Open Testing (FairTest)

National Assessment Governing Board

American Institutes for Research

Gallup, Inc.

 

Contact Us

Contact

Renford A. B. Brevett Sr., Ph.D.

Director of Assessment and Accreditation
Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO) to MSCHE
467 Franklin Street, Room 202
(973) 748-9000, ext. 1797

 

 
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