Mission Statement: The purpose of the Administrative and Academic Support Assessment Committee (AASAC) is to define and implement policies and procedures needed to maintain a robust administrative and academic support assessment process, to review the quality of assessment plans submitted by these units, and to report annually to the Office of the Chief Operating Officer (COO) the status of the assessment process as these pertain to student development and/or the sustainability of the institution. The committee is comprised of representatives from administrative units, online learning, and academic support services who oversee and assist administrative and academic support units within the institution of Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech).
Vision Statement: The AASAC’s vision is to foster and sustain a productive “culture of assessment” at Florida Institute of Technology by emphasizing the positive value of the assessment process on the efficiency of administrative and academic support units as this process pertains to student development and/or the sustainability of the institution.
1. To define, review, and implement policies and procedures that help maintain an administrative and academic support assessment process at Florida Tech.
2. To assist administrative and academic support units with assessment of student development and/or sustainability of the institution by reviewing the quality of, and providing feedback on, unit assessment plans.
3. To recommend appropriate actions to the Office of the COO that are critical for sustaining the assessment process and promoting the culture of assessment at Florida Tech.