Academic Advising Assessment and Feedback System
Quality academic advising is integral to student success. More than just supporting course selection and registration, academic advisors have a unique opportunity to connect with students in a rich and meaningful way.
This feedback system includes two survey instruments. One measures student perceptions of advising practices and their individual progress on a range of behavioral, learning, and effective outcomes of advising. The second collects feedback from advisors and includes a self-assessment of their own advising skills and practices.
These surveys can be used independent of each other or coupled in a two-survey system for more in-depth analysis. Both instruments are based on advising research and professional and regional accreditation standards.
Academic Advising Program Assessment
- The survey is designed to obtain feedback from academic advisors as well as other staff, faculty, or administrators who have direct experience with the academic advising program.
Academic Advisor Feedback
- The survey is designed to provide formative feedback to academic advisors based on student perceptions of their direct experience with their advisors and advising services as well as self-reported progress on learning.
Advising Learning Outcomes Rubric
- Completed by advisors to document and improve student learning.
More information about the development of the Advising Feedback Systems can be found in our Overview Document and our comprehensive review of the applicable literature