The Assessment, Data Analytics & Planning Team (ADAPT) is dedicated to fostering an inclusive culture of data-informed decision making and continuous improvement. The team supports Division of Student Affairs stakeholders in collecting and analyzing data. This data informs and enhances our programs and services to maximize our students experience as they are living the Longhorn life.
The team also provides educational opportunities so that all stakeholders are equipped to effectively gather, analyze and report data. They disseminate infographics, reports and research briefs that provide a better understanding of the Longhorn experience. Team members also represent the Division on committees related to assessment and data analytics.
ADAPT Resource Hub
A central resource location for professional development, educational opportunities, and to request support from our office for the Division of Student Affairs. In addition, information on the Division of Student Affairs Strategic Priorities 2022-2027 can be found here.
To access the Resource Hub, click on the link below. Use your UT EID to log into Canvas. Then, click the button in the top right corner that says “Enroll in Course.” Once enrolled, click on "Go to the Course" in the top right corner to open the Resource Hub.
Annual Assessment Plans
Each department and unit in the Division of Student Affairs compiles their assessment results annually. They use this information to identify one outcome to improve and assess in following academic year. Assessment plans are due Oct. 1.
The Assessment Team (A-Team) is a group of Division staff who assists with assessment activities within their departments. They possess knowledge, skills and experience with assessment techniques and best practices.
Contact the Team
-Dr. Monique Payne Pikus, Director, Assessment, Data Analytics and Strategy
-Dr. Megan Krou, Associate Director, Assessment and Data Analytics
-Shannon Haslinger, Research Analyst
-Katherine Ogle, Research Analyst
-Huajian Gao, Graduate Research Assistant
-Jenna Doane, Graduate Research Assistant