Student Services Outcomes
The Student Services Division at Allan Hancock College has identified learning outcomes
to support student programs and services. The assessment of those outcomes enables
the college to understand its effectiveness and improve student services and support
- SLO 1: Students will be able to order their AHC Transcripts via TranscriptsPlus.
- SLO 2: First time college students will submit their high school transcripts for evaluation.
- SLO 3: Transfer students will submit their external college transcripts for evaluation.
- SLO 4: AHC graduates will meet degree requirements within the semester in which they
applied for a diploma.
- SLO 1: Acceptance Meeting - Student will be able to identify specific services and
- SLO 2: Campus Visits - Student exposure to university culture and admissions requirements
help them choose their preferred transfer school(s).
- SLO 3: Academic/Personal Counseling - Student will begin to develop decision-making
skills to aid their education and career goals by reviewing academic progress and
- SLO 4: Financial Literacy - Students learn real-world financial management strategies
and options on financing their education.
- SLO 5: Happy Hour - Students will increase their cultural and professional awareness
and networking opportunities.
- SLO 6: Peer Mentoring - Students will establish a relationship with a peer and learn
about academic and campus resources and effective learning-skills techniques.
- SLO 7: CSU/UC Transfer Application Workshops: Students will receive effective guidance
to fill out applications for transfer to universities.
- SLO 1: Students are able to identify support services appropriate to their success.
- SLO 2: Transfer students are able to complete the appropriate application for a given
- SLO 3: Students are able to navigate online counseling resources.
- SLO 4: Students are able to identify barriers to their academic success.
- SLO 5: Students are able to identify strategies and interventions to overcome barriers
to achieving academic success.
- SLO 6: Transfer students are able to identify at least one university that offers
- SLO 7: Students are able to articulate short term educational goals.
- SLO 8: Students are able to articulate long term educational goals.
- SLO 9: Students are able to develop a semester by semester academic plan.
- SLO 1: Students will be able to identify major CalWORKs program requirements and services.
- SLO 2: Students will be able to identify individual needs.
- SLO 3: Students will identify solutions to the identified individual needs.
- SLO 4: Students will demonstrate the ability to complete the entire financial aid
- SLO 5: Students will utilize myHancock email account as a communication tool.
- SLO 6: Students will be able to articulate short and/or long term goal(s) to develop
their Student Educational Plan.
- SLO 1: Student will articulate short term and/or long term goal(s) and develop a semester
by semester plan.
- SLO 2: Students will assess barriers to their success and identify strategies and
- SLO 3: Students will be able identify EOPS/CARE services to strengthen their academic
- SLO 4: Students will be able to apply time management skills in priority registration.
- SLO 5: Students will be able to demonstrate the importance of meeting deadlines and
requirements as contracted in EOPS.
- SLO 6: Students will demonstrate the ability to complete FAFSA online and financial
- SLO 1: Students will be able to complete the financial aid application independently.
- SLO 2: Students will be able to comprehend and comply with the financial aid processes
following the submission of the FAFSA application.
- SLO 3: SAP workshop attendees will be able to understand the basic components of the
FA SAP policy.
- SLO 4: Students who meet with peers will be able to demonstrate the ability to check
their FA status online.
- SLO 5: Students will be able to identify various sources of aid (grants, loans, scholarships,
- SLO 6: Student will be aware of financial aid application and/or processing deadlines.
- SLO 7: Students will understand the basic components of financial literacy.
- SLO 1: Students will increase their general awareness of Health Services.
- SLO 3: Students will be aware of the college smoking policy and cessation services.
- SLO 4: Students will gain and retain new knowledge on Sexually Transmitted Infections
(STI) following a class presentation.
- SLO 6: Students will know their high risk alcohol behavior score following a screening
in health services.
- SLO 7: Students will gain and retain new knowledge regarding depression and suicide
prevention following a class presentation.
- SLO 8: Students will gain new knowledge regarding alcohol use following a class presentation.
- SLO 9: Student who complete a wellness module in the Student Health Center will report
gaining new knowledge regarding their health concern and show willingness to change
their health behavior.
- SLO 10: Students receiving personal counseling will report a decrease in depressions/anxiety
symptoms at the conclusion of the semester.
- SLO 1: Request and use a disability related accommodation in a timely manner.
- SLO 2: Identify accommodations that are related to his or her disability.
- SLO 3: Use the learning strategies recommended by his or her disability specialist.
- SLO 4: Use adaptive computer technology when related to his or her disability.
- SLO 1: Navigate a physical or virtual library to find a variety of resources to answer
- SLO 2: Use the research process to efficiently locate and use the most appropriate
source of information for a problem or question.
- SLO 3: Evaluate the quality of information sources for bias, currency, authority,
accuracy, and coverage.
- SLO 4: Use information ethically by citing sources, not representing work attributable
to others as their own, and requesting permission for use of copyrighted materials.
- SLO 1: Student will write at least one educational goal.
- SLO 2: Student will write at least one Academic and/or Student Support Service.
- SLO 1: ASBG and Student Clubs will organize and participate in civic and community
causes, i.e., Bulldog Bow-WOW, Diversity Day, Cinco de Mayo, Christmas toy and food
drive, blood drive.
- SLO 2: ASBG and Student Club member will be able to identify resources and procedures
needed to organize an event.
- SLO 1: Students will understand the importance of good test preparation and the consequences
of not preparing for the assessment test.
- SLO 2: Students will be able to identify their English/math course/s they placed into
and identify the next step in the matriculation process.
- SLO 1: Students will successfully complete the courses in which they receive tutorial
- SLO 2: Students will be able to identify their own learning styles.
- SLO 3: Students will be able to identify and articulate their content related questions.
- SLO 4: Students will be able to break down the subject matter into manageable steps
to arrive at solutions.
- SLO 5: Students will be able to apply study skills techniques for reading textbooks
and other course materials.
- SLO 6: Students will be able to utilize at least one notetaking method appropriate
for their learning style.
- SLO 7: Students will be able to prioritize their study time.
- SLO 8: Students will be able to determine how much time is needed to be successful
in a specific course.
- SLO 9: Students will be able to make and use a time management schedule.
- UTC SLO1 - Students will create a transfer directed plan.
- UTC SLO2 - Students will enroll in transfer directed classes.
- UTC SLO3 - Students will identify at least one university that offers their major.
- UTC SLO4 - Students will identify at least one point of contact for a given university.
- UTC SLO5 - Students will identify appropriate general education courses for a given
university or system.
- UTC SLO6 - Students will identify a personal transfer timeline to their selected university.
- UTC SLO7 - Students will complete the appropriate application for a given university.
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I excelled in math and science in school, so engineering was the right fit and I just had to figure out how to get it done. Throughout high school, I took courses at Allan Hancock College (AHC), and graduated as my high school valedictorian. I then attended AHC in search of a smooth transition to a university. I was able to take my lower division engineering courses and form a great relationship with my professors. While at AHC, I received multiple scholarships form the Allan Hancock Foundation, Santa Barbara Foundation, and MESA-NSF Scholarship. I then attended California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, to pursue an aerospace engineering degree. After just one year at Cal Poly, I was accepted into one of the most prestigious internship programs that NASA offers, the Aeronautics Academy.
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