Praise for Assessment Methods for Student Affairs "Any student affairs practitioners who are serious about demonstrating that their programs and services make a difference must read this book. After reading the manuscript, I committed to myself to buy a copy of this book for each of the twenty-five departments in our organization. The contents of this book will offer guidance to help student affairs leaders identify appropriate methods to document and explain the outcomes of our work." -Larry D. Roper, vice provost for student affairs and interim dean, Liberal Arts, Oregon State University "If you want to do better assessment, read this book. Wisdom from more than thirty years of assessment experience is condensed into practical advice, selected case studies, and superb guidelines for the mechanics of doing assessment well. After reading this book, you will design better assessment projects; collect, analyze, and report data more effectively; and your colleagues will act on the results. Oh, and your institution will improve as well." -Gary R. Hanson, senior research and policy analyst, the University of Texas System "Assessment Methods for Student Affairs is filled with useful advice for any student affairs professional engaged in selecting and implementing assessment methods in his or her practice. The case study examples allow readers to follow practical decision-making steps involved in selecting and applying methods. In addition, the steps for implementation are clearly stated and, if followed, will most likely save many practitioners from mistakes they may have otherwise easily and understandably made." -Marilee J. Bresciani, associate professor, Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education, and co-director, Center for Educational Leadership, Innovation, and Policy, San Diego State UniversitySchuh, John H. is the author of 'Assessment Methods for Student Affairs', published 2008 under ISBN 9780787987916 and ISBN 0787987913.