The University of Lynchburg identifies, evaluates, and publishes goals and outcomes for student achievement appropriate to the institution’s mission, the nature of the students it serves, and the kinds of programs offered. The University uses multiple measures to document student success.
Lynchburg’s student achievement goals and outcomes reflect the experiences described in the University’s mission and values for the institution and are appropriate to the students served and the programs offered by the University:
- Student Persistence and Success
- High-Impact Practices
- Professional Program Pass Rates on Licensure Requirements/Exams
- Career Outcomes
Along with establishing the student achievements criteria (the items measured and published), the University has also established thresholds of acceptability (the minimal expectations) and goals (aspirational target). For more information see: Criteria, Thresholds of Acceptability, and Goals.