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Division of Student Affairs

Program Review & Assessment

We are committed to continual assessment, ensuring WSU students receive the services they need to succeed. Departments engage in program reviews to build upon a culture of data-driven improvement, as well as the opportunity for collaboration between partners across the University. Program reviews assist departments in reflection and provide a tool to communicate strengths and opportunities. 



Office of Student Conduct (Center for Community Standards): External Review

Multicultural Student Services: External Review & Benchmarking Report

Residence Life: External Review 

High School Equivalency Program Peer Evaluation

College Assistance Migrant Program Peer Evaluation


Access Center: External ReviewBenchmarking Report

Dean of Students: External Review

Student Involvement & Leadership Development: External Review


The Division will assess special topics as it relates to the health, safety, and success of our students. 

Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations [Edgar Part 86] Biennial Review (2020)

Washington State University is committed to maintaining an environment that supports the health and well-being of its community members while discouraging the illicit use of drugs and alcohol. The University demonstrates this commitment through the continuous development of policies, programs, and services which support healthy lifestyles. The intent of this document is to meet the legal requirements of conducting a biennial review and summarize the various activities and AOD prevention programs which occurred on the WSU campuses. PDF: WSU Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations Biennial Review

Window Safety & Falls (2017-2018)

Risk Assessment and Safety Evaluation of Fall Potential from Windows, Balconies and Decks at Washington State University, Pullman. Assessment conducted by Safety Management Resources Corporation. PDF: WSU Window Risk Assessment Report

Conduct Review Report (2017)

Following a year-long effort, the WSU Student Conduct Process Task Force has submitted 32 recommendations designed to make the student conduct process reflect best practices nationally. The recommendations address topics that include student access to advisors for conduct cases, mandatory training in cultural competency for conduct board members, and the use of the alternative dispute resolution process. Read the task force's complete report and recommendations here. 


Student Employees Learning Outcomes

Student Learning Outcomes Assessment