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The Division of Student Affairs collects data in a variety of ways that provide information on the continuous improvement of programs and services for all Mizzou students. The division encourages a climate where data is used to inform practices, guide decisions and planning, and contribute to co-curricular student learning and development.

Using both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, student affairs assessment projects are designed to:

  • Identify student needs
  • Measure student satisfaction
  • Plan for student development
  • Assess outcomes
  • Assess student learning outside the classroom
  • Monitor campus climate

The Columns of Student Learning and Development are learning domains shared across the division’s many programs and services. The domains align with Mizzou’s learning objectives and institutional values. These are essential components of the Mizzou student co-curricular experience. The division conducts annual student learning outcomes assessment at the program level within the following learning domains:


  • Interpersonal development
  • Intrapersonal development
  • Practical competence
  • Knowledge integration
  • Critical thinking
  • Humanitarianism and civic engagement

Contact Information:

Ashli Grabau
Coordinator for Assessment and Planning
Division of Student Affairs
Dan Reilly
Research and Data Analyst
Division of Student Affairs