In 2019, this site will host all information related to the SACSCOC report and site visit. The purpose of the site is to serve as a centralized hub to access all of the resources needed to understand FIU's accreditation process and documentation. More information will become available as the year 2019 draws nearer.
The assessment team serves to support faculty and staff in using data to improve students' educational experience both inside and outside of the classroom. This website gives access to resources on assessment including: TracDat (reporting software), guidelines, tutorials, and general assessment information. Additionally, the Academic Learning Outcomes are available for undergraduate programs.
FIU’s centers and institutes are required to submit an annual report and budget. APA helps support this process, which is housed in the Office of Research and Economic Development, by collecting and reviewing annual reports and administrative assessments.
FIU offers a distinctive array of resources to simplify the next step in your career. Continuing education serves a diverse community and provides excellence through personal enrichment, academic and professional programs, both locally and globally. With our academic resources, innovative programming, capabilities and approaches, professional development is easier than you think.
The dual enrollment program is the enrollment of an eligible secondary student or home education student in a postsecondary course creditable toward high school completion and a career certificate or an associate or baccalaureate degree.
International agreements include student exchanges, dual degrees, and any other affiliations with international universities.
Program Review is a systematic way to meet both the legislative and university intent to assess and improve the quality of education, research and service. APA provides guidance and tools for all units in the university to carry out program review.