The Center for Learning Outcomes Assessment, housed at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana, engaged in active data collection over a 4-year period in cooperation with five national fraternities and several institutions of higher education. The University Learning Outcomes Assessment (UniLOA) was chosen as the project’s assessment instrument. The UniLOA is a 70-item, self-report instrument that collects data regarding student behaviors.
The UniLOA collected valid responses to nearly 5,000 college men, representing over 300 unique institutions of higher education across the country through two protocols, including paper and pencil and electronic versions. Reliability of results remains consistent between either of the two administration protocols.