Student Employee Assessment Rubric

- To be conducted by the Supervisor at the end of each semester -

This form contains a rubric which will help you measure the development of your student employees. This should be completed for each student employee at the end of the Fall semester and again at the end of the Spring semester.  After you complete the form, you will be emailed a copy for your records. This information will be kept on file for a limited time for department review.
Once completed, the results can be used as part of the Eagle Path "End of Semester" meeting with your student employee where you can share the results face to face and discuss their performance.


Sometimes having the student perform a self-assessment of their on-the-job performance is also helpful. It can aid in creating a dialogue with your student employee as part of your "End of Semester" meeting as you review the results of the “Eagle Path Student Employee Assessment Rubric”.  With that in mind, a sample of the questions in this rubric are linked in this pdf below. Please feel free to email the pdf to each student employee that’s being evaluated, in the hopes of comparing results and aiding with the discussion/evaluation process.

Optional: Student Employee Self Evaluation Form

What department/area is conducting Eagle Path's end of semester Student Employee Assessment Rubric? *

Additional RTAC Instructions/Notes:

Please also refer to the "Eagle Path Student Employee Assessment Rubric for Robsham Theater Arts Center" in the RTAC Student Employee Manual when completing this form. 

If a student employee works multiple jobs within the department, it’s the responsibility of the RTAC Supervisor for each area to submit a separate review to assess the student employee's on the job performance for that area.

Once you complete the form and press "Submit", you'll be emailed a copy of the results for your records, which should be reviewed with the student employee directly during the "Student Employee Performance Review." The Director of the Robsham Theater Arts Center will be emailed a copy. 

Each RTAC supervisor must complete this form and meet with their student employees to review the outcomes by early December and again in April for all of his/her student staff.

If a student scores an “Unacceptable Rating” in any category, the Director should be notified as to why and a follow-up assessment will need to be scheduled by their RTAC Supervisor.

Please note that questions/feedback sections without a red asterisk are optional.

Step 1 of 3: Supervisor Information

This section is to capture the name of the supervisor of the student employee who is perfoming the evaluation.

Step 2 of 3: Student Employee Information

This section is to capture the name of the student employee who is being evaluated.

Please use the following options to best describes the student.  Please check only one.

Exceeds Expectations

Has demonstrated excellent skills and abilities in this area and has consistently demonstrated an extremely high level of competence in this area.

Meets Expectations

Has demonstrated skills and abilities in this area and has demonstrated a moderate or average level of competence in this area.

Needs Development

Has demonstrated some skills and abilities in this area and has demonstrated some level of competence in this area.  Could benefit from further training and/or supervision.


Has demonstrated unsatisfactory skills and abilities in this area and has demonstrated a below average level of competence in this area.

Please choose a minimum of 3 Eagle Path competencies that you are focusing on developing with the student employee being reviewed: *
Critical Thinking/Problem Solving:
Exercise sound reasoning to analyze issues, make decisions, and overcome problems. The individual is able to obtain, interpret, and use knowledge, facts, and data in process, and may demonstrate originality and inventiveness.

Oral/Written Communications:
Articulates thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively in written and oral forms to persons inside and outside of the organization. The individual has public speaking skills; is able to express ideas to others; and can write/edit memos, letters, and complex technical reports clearly and effectively. *
Build collaborative relationships with colleagues and customers representing diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, religions, lifestyles, and viewpoints. The individual is able to work within a team structure, and can negotiate and manage conflict.
Digital Technology:
Leverage existing digital technologies ethically and efficiently to solve problems, complete tasks, and accomplish goals. The individual demonstrates effective adaptability to new and emerging technologies.
Leverage the strengths of others to achieve common goals, use interpersonal skills to coach and develop others. The individual is able to assess and manage his/her emotions and those of others; use empathetic skills to guide and motivate; and organize, prioritize, and delegate work.
Professionalism/Work Ethic:
Demonstrate personal accountability and effective work habits, e.g., punctuality, working productively with others, time workload management, and understand the impact on non-verbal communication on professional work image. The individual demonstrates integrity and ethical behavior, acts responsibly with the interests of the larger community in mind and is able to learn from his/her mistakes.
Career Management:
Identify and articulate one’s skills, strengths, knowledge, and experiences relevant to the position desired and career goals, and identify areas necessary for professional growth. The individual is able to navigate and explore job options, understands and can take the steps necessary to pursue opportunities, and understands how to self-advocate for opportunities in the workplace.
Global/Intercultural Fluency:
Value, respect, and learn from diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, religions. The individual demonstrates openness, inclusiveness, sensitivity, and the ability to interact respectfully with all people and understand individual's differences.
BONUS RTAC Employee Assessment Category - Managing Difficult Situations:

BONUS RTAC Employee Assessment Category - Customer Service Skills:


Step 3 of 3: Summary

Do you agree or disagree with the following statements:

Rehire Recommendation

Based on the student evaluation(s), this student is receiving the following recommendation for rehire. If the student is receiving a recommendation other than "Recommended for Rehire,” please provide additional notes.
ALL students must receive a response for rehire recommendation - even if the student is graduating and/or has no plans to return as a student employee next year.


If a student has any updates/comments they would like to add/contribute when you review the results with the student, they should email it to their supervisor and/or kier.byrnes@bc.edu. Kier will add that note to the student employee's record/file. Similarly, any feedback the supervisors get should be shared with the Director. 

Thank you for working with Eagle Path and completing this survey. If your department requires any customization of the Eagle Path End of Semester Assessment Rubric to better fit your department's needs, please email eaglepath@bc.edu and we will be happy to discuss ways we can help.
Similarly, if you have any questions or concerns about the Eagle Path program, or would like to get more involved in Eagle Path, please reach out to us at eaglepath@bc.edu. Thanks and have a great day.