Assessing Learning Outcomes & Student Engagement on CampusGroups

Assessing Learning Outcomes & Student Engagement on CampusGroups

CampusGroups provides a full suite of tools that can help you to achieve your Learning Outcomes objectives

Current research indicates that co-curricular involvements have a strong, positive influence on student performance, success and degree completion. Accordingly, accurate assessment and measurement of individual student engagement is a vital component to achieving Learning Outcomes, identifying students that may need help and determining the best strategies and requirements to meet your school's goals.

More centralized data, more visibility

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Join the Club: How Groups Transform Your Campus Experience

Join the Club:  How Groups Transform Your Campus Experience

Tailor your campus experience.

Get involved:  Clubs and organizations on campus provide invaluable opportunities for learning, networking and developing business skills. These groups open doors for future business partnerships, leadership and professional development. Initiating and participating in events allows students to experience a more robust academic and social experience that will follow them into their post-academic careers.

Get active:  What are student groups doing on your campus?

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Le Moyne College: Centralizing Crucial Tools to Track, Assess and Increase Student Engagement

Le Moyne College: Centralizing Crucial Tools to Track, Assess and Increase Student Engagement

Background

Le Moyne College is a Jesuit 4-year institution with 2,500 full-time undergraduate and graduate students, based in Syracuse, New York. 1,600 students live on campus, and 900 commute. The Campus Life & Activities department at Le Moyne have been using CampusGroups for six years.

Mission

Student engagement is at the core of the Office of Campus Life's mission at Le Moyne College. And it is well known that a higher campus engagement leads to greater overall retention. To ensure the highest level of student engagement possible, Campus Life needs the ability to:

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