Campus Labs FAQ

Campus Labs at Clemson

  • What is Campus Labs?
    The Campus Labs® Platform is a robust, web-based assessment and accreditation software that supports various functions including strategic planning, campus-wide assessment, outcomes assessment for General Education courses, program review and accreditation compliance. Over 1,000 higher education institutions across the United States, Canada, and internationally utilize this platform. At Clemson University, this platform is intended to be a one-stop-shop for all assessment and accreditation functions.
  • How will Campus Labs be used at Clemson University?
    Campus Labs® will replace WeaveOnline® for assessment planning and reporting from the reporting cycle 2018 - 2019 onwards. In other words, assessment reports are due in Campus Labs® in Oct 2019. Until then, WeaveOnline® will still be used for assessment planning and reporting that is due in Oct. 2018. 

    Strategic Planning efforts such as those for diversity and inclusion will be handled through the Planning module starting Fall 2018. Student Affairs has been using the TigerQuest portion of Campus Labs® for managing events for student organizations, creating and administering surveys and forms, and will be phasing out their homegrown servers in Nov. 2018. Meanwhile, the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment is working to configure and train users on other modules including those for general education assessment and data analyses. 

    The Graduate School will be launching its new process for graduate program review in Campus Labs® in Summer 2019.

    Campus Labs Timeline

  • How can I get more information about Campus Labs or its implementation?

    For more information please contact Akshi Kakar or Kayla Steele Payne in the Office for Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment at assessment@clemson.edu.

  • How can I request access as a user to a Campus Labs module?

    You may request access to any of the modules in Campus Labs by completing the form here.