Comprehensive Assessment Project

Overview

Founded in the fall of 2000, the Comprehensive Assessment Project (CAP) is the CCCU's national research consortium.  The CAP program orients CCCU members around a common set of campus assessments that are administered on a regular cycle.  CAP's common assessments provide sector norms for institutional benchmarking, while its cyclical nature empowers participating schools to examine their institutional effectiveness over time through longitudinal data analysis.

 

CAP 2013-14

For 2013-14 CAP is focused on the following surveys: 
  • Student Satisfaction (SSI)
  • Student Engagement (NSSE)
  • Faculty Characteristics (HERI Faculty Survey)

CAP Membership Benefits

CAP member institutions are eligible to receive/participate in:
  • Discounted pricing (For SSI only)
  • Specialized reporting
  • CCCU sector norms for institutional benchmarking
  • An integrated narrative report of sector results for all three featured assessments
  • Specific consortium questions that address unique aspects of a Christian college education

 

CAP Registration

For more information regarding CAP membership for the 2013-14 academic year, please click here.

 

Contact

For more information and questions contact:
Nita Stemmler, Program Consultant, CCCU
nstemmler@cccu.org or 519-251-0878