Office of Academic Assessment











A final project report and a final expense report will be required for all funded projects. The project leader will take the responsibility for submitting final reports.  Due dates are listed below.


The purposes for the final reports are to:


•Provide evidence of the value of the Assessment Mini-Grant Program in encouraging the development of assessment-related activities on campus

•Offer a means of sharing accomplishments from the grant-funded projects with faculty and staff across campus

•Encourage future applications to the Assessment Mini-Grant Program.


Submit reports to the Office of Academic Assessment as an attached Word file.


The final project report should include the following:


A cover page that includes the following:


Project title

Department(s)/program(s) included in the project

Name, title, department, and e-mail address of the project leader

Names, titles, and departments of other members of the project group

Project dates   


A narrative no longer than 4 pages that includes the following information: 


Project Description: 

Provide information on the problem/need the project addressed and the activities it involved. 



Possible topics for this section:  What were the outcomes of the project—e.g., in terms of products, processes, policies, changes, etc.?  What strategies added to the success of the project?   What did you learn from doing the project? What challenges/obstacles did the project group encounter and how were they addressed? (Or how would you address them if you were to do the project again?)


Use of Results

Discuss how the results of the project were/will be shared outside of the group and how the project has affected or will affect student learning, and/or program quality, and/or department or program assessment planning.


Final project reports for the Spring 2013 funding period are due by the beginning of classes for the Fall 2013 semester, although project leaders are encouraged to complete reports within 30 days of completion of the project.  The final project report will be posted on the web page for the Office of Academic Assessment.



The final expense report is separate from the final project report.  Use the budget page of the application form, inserting final expenses and total amount spent.  Final expense reports are due by the end of the fiscal year for which funding was provided.



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