Office of Student Life

Center for the Study of Student Life

Student Employment Experience Learning Assessment

The Student Employment Experience Learning Assessment (SEELA) is a self-assessment tool designed for student employees to learn about their strengths and areas for growth in the workplace as they relate to seven key student employment competencies: Communication, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Interpersonal Engagement, Information Literacy, Global Citizenship and Civic Engagement, Ethical and Moral Reasoning, and Self-Efficacy and Self-Awareness. Students can use their scores on these seven competencies to help facilitate their bi-annual conversations with their supervisors and for personal and professional development. For more information about the Student Employment Experience (SEE) program, please visit here.

Click here for the most recent reports from the SEELA. Please contact for older SEELA reports.