Assessment and Evaluation Office
Assessment and Evaluation Office Working Remotely Effective March 23, 2020
In light of the heightened concerns around COVID-19 and CSULB's decision to suspend in-person classes, Assessment and Evaluation staff will work remotely until further notice. Our goal is to ensure that we can provide you with services and support to successfully meet your goals.
Assessment and Evaluation support will be available online Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm starting March 23, 2020, until further notice. If you have a scheduled appointment, you will receive email instructions on how to connect through Zoom.
Kerry Klima, PhD
Associate Director, Assessment and Evaluation
CSULB students may receive invitations to participate in CSULB administration-sponsored campus-wide surveys this spring 2020 term. Two of the surveys are the Campus Climate- Diverse Learning Environments Survey and the National Study for Student Engagement.
Campus Climate – Diverse Learning Environments Survey
This survey is open for all students who are 18 and older, and are currently enrolled in the spring 2020 term. Students will receive an email to their respective CSULB student email address from CSULB Assessment or StudentAffairs-Assessment@csulb.edu.
National Study for Student Engagement
The National Study for Student Engagement (NSSE) is sent to first year students and graduating senior students. Students will receive an email to their respective CSULB student email address from NSSE at Indiana University.
If you have any questions regarding these two surveys listed above, please email StudentAffairs-Assessment@csulb.edu.
The mission of the Assessment and Evaluation Office at CSULB is to facilitate assessment and evaluation programs and services within the Division of Student Affairs. The Assessment and Evaluation Office collaborates with units and staff within the Division of Student Affairs and campus partners to understand students' curricular needs, learning, growth, and development. The office facilitates processes to share data results and conclusions of assessments, evaluations, and large-scale surveys for data informed decisions within the Division of Student Affairs and CSULB.
The Division of Student Affairs sets a vision to “embrace a culture of evidence that strives for continued quality improvement in our programs and services”. The Assessment and Evaluation Office aims to enact this vision through various professional development opportunities, assessment consultation support, and creating and sustaining a framework for assessment and evaluation in the Division.
Management and Staff
Dr. John Hamilton
Assistant Vice President, University Access & Retention
Dr. Kerry Klima
Assistant Director, Assessment and Evaluation
Division of Student Affairs, CSULB