In the fall, 2006, the Freshman Interest Group (FIGs) Program entered its eighth iteration. To use assessment terminology, the program has passed through its beginning and emergent stages and has entered maturity. Its mission has been crafted, student learning outcomes (SLO's) have been identified, and its identity has solidified. Yet while maturity has wrought a degree of self-confidence, it has not brought complacency. The program remains one of the most assessed academic programs on campus. Yearly, FIGs, administrators and instructors pore over results of surveys and quantitative data, searching for ways to improve both the program and its assessment. Findings from the fall, 2006, program offerings will be analyzed no differently.
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Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
College freshmen--Washington (State)--Bellingham--Statistics; College freshmen--Washington (State)--Bellingham--Attitudes
Subjects - Names (LCNAF)
Western Washington University--Freshmen--Statistics; Western Washington University--Freshmen--Attitudes
Title of Series
Technical and research reports (Western Washington University. Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing) ; 2007-01
Fabiano, Patricia M.; McKinney, Gary (Gary Russell); and Stark, Chris, "The Freshmen Interest Group (FIGs) Program Report: Course Offerings in the Fall, 2006" (2007). Office of Survey Research. 500.