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Academic Excellence

Faculty and staff provide students with high quality and relevant programs, instruction, and support services.

Oversight: Academic Standards Advisory Council

  • Strategic Initiative: Outcomes & Assessment

    All academic programs will develop and implement an assessment plan that follows a regular cycle of student learning outcomes assessment and evaluation for the purpose of continuous improvement and student success.

    2021-22 Planned Activities

    • Work with academic areas to finalize and implement three year assessment plans and transition most assessment activities into Canvas software
    • Gather all assessment data into a unified analytics dashboard. Disaggregate assessment data to ensure equitable student learning is occurring
    • Implement annual practice of faculty outcome assessment analysis leading to course, program and instructional continuous improvement
    • Hold discussions between service and academic areas to identify student experience opportunities tied to learning outcomes, both inside and outside of the classroom
    • Work with faculty to explore establishing institutional learning outcomes that would apply to all degrees
  • Strategic Initiative: Workforce Relevance

    Collaborate with education partners, businesses, and community groups to inform viable and relevant instruction, workforce development and training. 

    2021-22 Planned Activities

    • Increase offerings of cultural competency certifications available to the public
    • Prepare to offer Applied Baccalaureate degree in Leadership and Management
    • Develop dual credit opportunities in CTE programs
    • Identify methods to best use advisory committees, maximizing their effectiveness and communication between academic areas and local businesses
    • Explore new opportunities for non-credit workforce training