Assessment and Engagement


The Student Affairs Assessment and Solutions for Engagement office seeks to educate and collaborate with others to efficiently produce valuable information and facilitate engagement throughout the campus community.

Core Values

Within our work and ourselves, we value...

  • Trustworthiness: providing integrity and accuracy in all that we do.
  • Empowerment: educating and informing through data and outreach.
  • Collaboration: coordinating to obtain a common goal or purpose. 
  • Balance: maintaining wellness across work and personal life.

Non-Academic Event Approval Process

The University is currently faced with a challenge to plan events, programs and meetings at safe and socially distant levels.

Given the current circumstances, and for the safety of our campus community, all non-academic, student-facing events, programs and meetings for fall 2020 will be funneled for approval through B-Engaged and B There.

The specifics of the process are outlined here on the University Union website.
You can view a list of reservable rooms for on-campus events and frequently asked questions about events, event planning and more.