Assessing interfaith programs doesn’t need to be difficult. Interfaith America’s assessment resources help make the process manageable and organized from the start. Whether you’re new to assessment or are already assessing interfaith programs or your campus climate, use the resources below to help you effectively assess your interfaith programming.
Steps to Assessing Your Interfaith Programs
- Determine what to assess
- Plan your assessment
- Collect useful information
- Translate assessment into action on campus
- Make assessment a continuous practice
1. Determine What to Assess
Assessing interfaith efforts on campus usually involves collecting information about two distinct, yet interrelated areas: (1) students’ learning and development as a result of engaging in interfaith experiences and (2) students’ perception of their campus climate for religious and secular diversity.
Resources to Help You Determine What to Assess
- First Steps for Effective Interfaith Assessment: Understand the different types of interfaith assessment you can do on your campus and how to get started.