Administrative and Educational Support (AES) Assessment

Great work takes time and energy, but it also requires that we take the time to look at what we’re doing, how we’re doing, and how we can get better. We're not all teaching students in classrooms, but we're still playing an important role in the path to student success. Assessment of Administrative and Educational Support (AES) (also known as non-academic or institutional assessment) is a key tool. The Office of Institutional Research and Data Analysis, and the Office of the Assistant Provost for Institutional Planning and Assessment, are here to help. Below are three important documents for AES assessment:

The Brooklyn College Template for AES assessment.

The Rubric we intend to use to evaluate AES assessment efforts across the campus.

A helpful PowerPoint Presentation with some tips and information about how to do effective AES assessment.