Center for Student Achievement
Holloway Hall

SI Faculty Resources: Supporting Data  

One of the most important aspects of SI
 is the
assessment that is compiled to support the program.

At the conclusion of each semester, the SI program is
assessed to determine its effectiveness in achieving the
programmatic goals and overall impact of the program on student success.

Current assessment measures include:
  • Student retention within SI courses
  • Student performance within SI courses
  • Student perception/satisfaction of SI program
  • Impact on student persistence to graduation




  • Growth in SI at Salisbury University

    Program History

     

    Fall 2009

    Spring 2010

    Fall 2010

    Spring 2011

    Fall 2011

    Spring 2012

    Fall 2012

    Spring 2013

    Fall 2013

    Course Sections Supported

    8

    7

    16

    17

    35

    35

    47

    60

    68

    Students with SI support

    231

    182

    626

    547

    1,453

    1,388

    1,756

    1,989

    2, 904

     

    Fall 2013 SI Summary (Data as of 1/11/13)

    SI Summary 2013

     

    Fall 2013 Mean Final Course Grades

    SI Mean Final Grades

     

    Fall 2013 DFW Rates by Subject Area

    SI DFW Rates

    For additional assessment information please contact Heather Porter at hdporter@salisbury.edu or 410-677-4865.