Improve College and University Housing Learning Outcomes with ACUHO-I and EBI Benchmarking Assessments

The Association of College and University Housing Officers International (ACUHO-I) and EBI Benchmarking Assessments partnered to develop powerful assessment tools for residence life. Our assessments are rooted in educational theory and research, utilize rigorous statistical methods, and are closely aligned with ACUHO-I Professional Standards. As a result, we provide higher education professionals with the information and support they need to enable students to make the most of their college experience.

Available Assessments:
  • ACUHO-I/EBI Resident Assessment
  • ACUHO-I/EBI Student Staff Assessment
  • ACUHO-I/EBI Apartment Assessment

These assessments address student learning outcomes and resident satisfaction.

For more information, please contact
a member of our assessment team:

Phone: (417) 429-4530

Email: studentaffairs@macmillan.com

Why Assess?
  • Calibrate performance against professional standards (e.g. CAS Standards, NASPA/ACPA Learning and Leadership Reconsidered, ACUHO-I Professional Standards)
  • Identify specifically where improvement efforts should be focused to improve overall quality and performance
  • Benchmark your institution’s performance with our existing community of hundreds of institutions
  • Evaluate performance over time to monitor the impact of improvement efforts and inform future improvement initiatives
  • Provide evidence of how your department contributes to the fulfillment of the institutional mission
  • Create/enhance continuous improvement methodology for Student Affairs on your campus
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Association of College & University Housing Officers - International

Visit www.acuho-i.org for more information.

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