Welcome to the Academic Affairs Assessment Website!

Gradescope at UNC Charlotte
Measuring impact of instructional changes
Institutional effectiveness certificate program

“Institutional Effectiveness is a growing, in-demand profession in higher education. Our certificate provides valuable training to individuals seeking to enter the field and to institutional effectiveness professionals looking to expand their skill set.”

– Dr. Christine Robinson, UNC Charlotte

Excellence in Assessment

Excellence in Assessment Designee

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte was named as one of just five 2018 Excellence in Assessment designees. The Excellence in Assessment (EIA) designation is the first national designation of its kind, spotlighting institutions that successfully integrate assessment practices across campus, providing evidence of student learning, and using assessment results to guide institutional decision-making and improve student performance. Read about the work we did at UNC Charlotte to receive this recognition here.

The Office of Assessment and Accreditation provides leadership and support in the University’s effort to educate students and anticipate their needs in an ever-changing environment. The Office contributes to the pursuit of exemplary undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs by building partnerships, thinking strategically, and listening to understand.

 Promoting and supporting institutional and educational effectiveness

Office Contacts

Our main office is located at Cato Hall 1st Floor. Call us at 704-687-0921

Christine Robinson
Assistant Provost for Institutional Effectiveness and Analytics

J.D. Mosley-Matchett
Director, University Accreditation and Assessment Systems Management

Myra George
Director, Strategic Planning and Assessment

Mitchel Cottenoir
Director of Assessment

Elise Demeter
Director of Academic Research and Assessment

Rochelle Holder
Administrative Support Assistant