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Collegiate Learning Assessment

The Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA) is a nationally–normed, authentic assessment developed by the Council for Aid to Education to measure institutional achievements in student learning in four key general education core skills: critical thinking, analytic reasoning, problem solving, and written communication. CLA results are controlled for incoming academic ability.


2014-2018 

Initially administered to the incoming Freshmen in the Fall of 2014.  

The full institutional report is available at the following link: 2014 Fall Test Results.

The same cohort will be tested again as Seniors in 2018.


2011-2015

Initially administered to the incoming Freshmen in the Fall of 2011.

Click here to view a snapshot of the 2015 Cross-Sectional Results.

The full institutional report is available at the following link: 2011 Fall Test Results.

The same cohort was tested again as Seniors in Spring 2015.  

The full institutional report is available at the following link: 2015 Cross-Sectional Results


2007-2011

Initially administered to freshmen in the Fall of 2007.

 Click here to view a snapshot of the 2007 Cross-Sectional Results.

The full institutional report is available here: 2007 Full Institutional Report

This cohort was tested again in 2009 as rising Juniors, between their Sophomore and Junior years.

The full institutional report is available here: 2007-2009 Cross-Sectional Institutional Report.

The same cohort was tested again as Seniors in Spring 2011.

Click here for a snapshot of the 2007-2011 Longitudinal Results.

The full institutional report is available at the following link: 2007-2011 Longitudinal Results.

*The 2007-2011 Cohort was the only group to be tested as rising Juniors.  Subsequent cohorts will not be tested between Sophomore and Junior years.*