Various projects that examine student trends, university functions and what can be done to improve aspects of community and university life are the basis for the sixth annual Assessment Fair from 4-6 p.m. April 1 in the High Country Conference Center Peaks Ballroom.

Faculty, staff and students are invited to see how assessment can be applied across many aspects of the university, from exploring recruitment trends to how students fit into the workforce.

Last year, more than 150 people attended to view 55 poster presentations displaying data from 44 campus departments and programs on retention, student learning, student satisfaction, teaching effectiveness and other assessment topics.

Information is available online.