The theme of the second annual TLNI is “Using Evidence for Improvement.” Evidence from the assessment of student learning is an essential element for improving the quality of the undergraduate experience. But it is often challenging to find the time and environment to assemble the right people, make sense of the data, and plan and implement improvements. The Institute brings together campus teams of faculty, faculty developers, student affairs professionals, institutional researchers, and administrators from two-year and four-year institutions committed to using evidence, first, to identify areas of the student experience to strengthen and, then, drawing from known successful practices, to construct more effective approaches both in and outside the classroom. Each team identifies a focused campus project or initiative to work on and plan for during the Institute. Applications are on a first-come first-served basis.