STUDENT SUCCESS PLAN
According to the Ohio Board of Regents, the Voluntary System of Accountability is a program run by a nationwide consortium of colleges and universities. The performance of each VSA school is evaluated on a wide range of measures, allowing the public to compare the data with other schools around the country. Although individual institutions were already VSA members, Ohio is one of the first states to have all its public universities participate as a system. Details can be found on the Ohio Higher Ed web site.
Why should students and parents be interested in student learning outcomes? Please see this video from Brigham Young University called,
As the result of Miami University's continued emphasis on the use of assessment results to inform the curriculum and improve student learning, we are proud to publicize the outcomes and assessments associated with our Student Success Plan. At Miami, a number of offices work together to insure that we track student outcomes and report on their successes.
Provided below are links to descriptions of the student learning outcomes and assessment efforts for both the Miami Plan (General Education) and select undergraduate majors, graduate programs, and certificates.