|2002 National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
Kaleidoscope of Change:
Patterns in Prevention
sponsored by The Inter-Association Task Force
on Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse Issues
E V A L U A T I O N
Helping next years committee
The second part is to make sure that each committee leaves a complete report including all people who were contacted for information and help and a list of people who actually came through and their assigned duties. This is especially important so that next years committee has a good base to begin from.
A brief questionnaire completed by attendees at the end of each program, is a relatively easy way to gather useful information. Brainstorm with your chapter members concerning what information would be useful to gather. Another source of information is other campus offices such as residence life and the counseling center. Ask them what information would be helpful for them to know. Also, they might have a useful perspective on what questions should be asked.
Some evaluation data will be collected during the campaign week, and other data cannot be collected until after the completion of the campaign. Be sure you know what data falls into each of these categories. A sample evaluation and questions you may use follow. Remember some events may have to be evaluated simply by attendance numbers. Keep in mind the two purposes of the evaluation: first, to see how you did keeping within the budget, getting numbers of students out, and measuring the impact of your programs; second, put together a complete file of information which tracks your committees efforts from beginning to end for future planning committees.
|Have You Thanked Your Committee?
In addition to having an evaluation meeting, find ways to celebrate your success! Bring treats to your last meeting. Put up a display bulletin board with the committee members and event pictures and congratulate them on making a difference. Take out an ad in the campus newspaper. Ask your college president to write a letter of recognition to the members.
SAMPLE PROGRAM EVALUATION
Program Name_____________ Date________
What was the most useful part of this program?
What was the least useful part of this program?
What feedback do you have for the presenter(s)?
What other information on alcohol or drug topics would you be interested in learning about?
To what extent did you examine your own personal use of alcohol as a result of this program? (Please circle one)
Thank you for taking the time to complete and return this questionnaire.
This is a good tool to use a few weeks or month after NCAAW. It can be given out in the residence halls, dining halls, or