Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) are the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes that a student is expected to achieve by the end (or as a result) of his or her engagement in a given educational experience.

SLOs are defined for all levels of the college. Course or service SLOs should align with the program SLOs identified by each discipline or student services unit; similarly, every program and service on campus should address at least one institutional learning outcome.


course learning outcomes

The official course outcomes are now listed in eLumen. Faculty members may log in to eLumen using their myHancock login/password to locate the course level outcomes that IRP has on file. If your outcomes are missing or you have further questions or require eLumen training, please contact Jennie Robertson, Learning Outcomes Analyst in IRP at ext. 3880 or by email.


program learning outcomes

The official program outcomes are now listed in the college catalog on pages 61-111.

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