ACCJC Annual Reports
Each year, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) requests
an annual report from each institution that includes enrollment information, institution
set standards, student learning outcomes and assessments, degrees and certificates
and many other data. All past annual reports are provided on the accreditation page/annual updates.
Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs) Assessment Results
Institutional learning outcomes (ILOs) are linked to course and student service program
outcomes. The institutional learning outcomes are integrated as knowledge, skills,
abilities and attitudes into a variety of courses and student services available at
ILO data are collected and analyzed by interdisciplinary assessment teams comprised
of faculty, staff, administrators, and when appropriate, students. The goal is to
examine institutional effectiveness in reaching desired institutional level outcome
goals and to gather evidence of sustainable continuous quality improvement in student
learning outcomes and assessment.
For more information and to see the individual ILO reports.
All Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)
Program Level Assessment Results
Program level outcomes are linked to course level outcomes and can be assessed separately
if necessary, but ideally integrated assessment takes place. The integration of course
and program level learning outcomes within the Assessment Plan and the Program Review
Annual Update ensures that the student learning outcomes assessment schedule is congruent
with the program review timelines.
||Overall Program Data
Programs included in these results include:
Accounting, Administration of Justice, Agribusiness, American Sign Language, Anthropology,
Apprenticeship Training, Architecture, Art, Astronomy, Athletic Training, Auto Body,
Automotive Technology, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Business Info Systems,
Computer Business Office Tech, Computer Electronics, Computer Science, Cosmetology,
Culinary Arts, Dance, Dental Assisting, Drama, Early Childhood Studies, Economics,
Education, Electronics, Emergency Medical Services, Engineering, Engineering Technology,
English, English as a Second Language, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Health & Safety,
Family and Consumer Sciences, Film, Fire Technology, Food Science, Nutrition, French,
Geography, Geology, Global Studies, Graphics, Health Education, History/Humanities/Philosophy,
Human Services, Intercollegiate Athletics, Italian, Law Enforcement, Leadership, Learning
Skills, Library, Machining & Manufacturing Technology, Mathematics, Medical Assisting,
Multimedia Arts & Communication, Music, Nursing, Paralegal, Personal Development,
Photography, Physical Education, Physical Science, Physics, Political Science, Psychology,
Reading, Real Estate, Recreation, Registered Veterinary Tech , Sociology, Spanish,
Speech Communication, Theatre, Welding Technology, Wildland Fire Technology
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