Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011"

Transcription

1 PROGRAM OVERVIEW Program Title: Counseling Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011 Program Code: COUNSELING Review Type: Instructional Administrative Student Support Does this review contain any career technical education (occupational) programs? No External Regulations: No Chaffey College Mission Statement Chaffey College improves lives within the diverse communities it serves through equal access to quality occupational, transfer, general education, and foundation programs in a learning-centered environment where student success is highly valued, supported, and assessed. Please describe how your program supports the college's mission and discuss how your program evaluates its effectiveness in meeting the college mission: The Chaffey College Counseling Department is committed to maintaining an environment that enables students to develop a clear sense of independence, gain further knowledge of themselves, define their academic and vocational goals, review their progress, and discover resources for further exploration. Through the department s efforts, students experience the Counseling Department as one component of a fully integrated team of faculty and support staff dedicated to student success. Students who receive services from the Counseling Department are provided professional assistance with: Academic and vocational goal planning; Transfer counseling with current articulation information; Personal counseling to provide support and/or to access more in depth intervention; Retention and student success through Opening Doors to Excellence (ODE) and Early Alert; Area specific counseling for programs such as Health Science (Associate Degree Nursing, Vocational Nursing, Radiologic Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Dental Assisting); Program specific counseling for students in the International,

2 AMAN/AWOMAN, and Puente Programs; and specific counseling services for Veterans. The department also offers: Guidance courses to assist with college success and career decision making; Transcript evaluation for external transcripts; prerequisite validation and challenges; and degree and certificate application. Counselors and apprentices conduct specialized orientation groups for new students to become familiar with the college s policies, procedures, programs and services and program requirements; support services for students on academic/progress probation and dismissal; classroom presentations for course specific programs; and referral to support services on campus. The Counseling Department's services and programs are evaluated through Institutional Research Student Services Satisfaction Surveys; SLO s in Guidance courses and orientations; Responses from High School Advisory committee; and annual review of activities both in AUO s and Board Monitoring Report. Information from all the above is reviewed by the department and changes, enhancements or continuation of activities, and development of new programs/services are completed. The review team commend the program for supporting the college as intrucional, administrative and student support. PROGRAM DATA Enrollment

3 Total Day Evening Online Arranged 9 27 Measure to to Total Census Enrollment % % Day -4.97% % Evening % 2.56% Online -2.99% -1.54% Arranged N/A N/A

4 Given the data, what changes can be identified in enrollment patterns? Identify any important trends and explain them. The overall enrollment matches the college-wide enrollment. Due to reduction in courses over the last eighteen months enrollment in guidance courses has also declined proportionately. African-American and Hispanic enrollment is higher than the college percentage due to specialized programs for at risk students (ODE and Early Alert) and special populations (Puente and AMAN). Retention Total Day Evening Online Arranged

5 Measure to to Total Census Retention 0.6% -0.71% Day 0.99% -1.35% Evening -2.65% 1.46% Online 18.36% -4.93% Arranged N/A N/A Given the data, what changes can be identified in retention patterns? Identify any important trends and explain them. Guidance course retention has steadily increased from the high 80th percentile to the 90th percentile. The exception is in the hybrid guidance 3 course in which changes in attendance requirements, enhanced course material and follow-up by the faculty has increased the retention from to by 18 percent. Guidance courses are geared for student success with direct faculty involvement as well as required participation in additional support services. Success

6 Total Day Evening Online Arranged Measure to to Total Census Success 7.24% -0.14% Day 5.93% -3.42% Evening 4.83% 8.48% Online 58.65% %

7 Arranged N/A N/A Given the data, what changes can be identified in student success patterns? Identify any important trends and explain them. The success rates in guidance courses has continued to increase from the mid 60th percentile to the 70th percentile. All guidance instructors fully participate in the Early Alert Program which contacts students who are identified as being at-risk in the course. The Early Alert staff encourages the student to meet with the faculty and/or receive additional supportive services (counseling, DPS services, Success Center workshops/tutoring). Data and trends are interpreted properly. Implications for the program are included. DEGREE/CERTIFICATE DATA STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Students completing Success Center activites (Directed Learning Activities, study groups, tutoring and workshops) will be able to apply and demonstrate the subject specific area skills learned in each... Students who complete a Guidance course will be able to identify academic, career and learning resources.

8 Students who complete a Guidance course will be able to identify academic, career and learning resources. Students participating in tutoring and/or SI sessions will be able to apply and demonstrate the subject specific area skills learned in each activity to their course assignments. Students participating in tutoring and/or SI sessions will be able to recognize the connection between Success Center activities/assistance and classroom success. Discuss how the number, type, depth, and breadth of the courses support program SLO's. IMPORTANT NOTICE: The second, third and forth SLOs above are Success Center (Guidance 650) and do not belong to the Counseling Department. COUNSELING DEPARTMENT SLOs: 1) first one above; 2)Students who successfully complete guidance courses will be able to apply study skills to other academic subjects to increase their success; 3) Students who complete a guidance course will be able to recognize and apply the skills, values and resources that lead to academic success. Guidance courses are non-sequential courses in which concepts are introduced (I) and practiced (P). In Guidance 3, course principles (career selection, resume development, job search) are mastered (M) Discuss how courses in the program articulate with or complement each other. Guidance courses are non-sequential and are designed specifically to enhance student learning and college success. Guidance 2 emphasizes utilization of college resources,study skills, time management, and test taking. Guidance 507, designed for the Opening Doors to Excellence program, assists students on academic/progress probation and emphasizes success habits and college retention. Guidance 508, designed as an entry course for new, at-risk students, promotes college retention and success. Guidance 3, a career exploration and planning course, provides students the tools to explore their values, abilities and career choices, explore educational and training options, and prepare resume and interviewing skills. Educational planning is an integral component of all guidance courses. Students who take Guidance 2, 507, or 508 and Guidance 3 course will be better prepared academically and have an enhanced knowledge of their future goals and the pathways to achieve course and program completion. Discuss how courses in the program interact with other programs on campus (for example: cross-listing, overlapping content, or shared resources). Guidance 2 is an "advisory course" for Psychology 1.Guidance 2 is a program requirement for students enrolled in the Puente Program and EOPs and is strongly recommended for International students, AMAN/AWOMAN program students and Athletes. Guidance 2/507/508 require learning activities to be completed in a Success Center as well as participation in counseling to include completion of an educational plan. Guidance 3 utilizes the Global Career Center and meets an area E (CSU) general education requirement. Both Guidance 2 and 3 are transferable to CSU. How and when has your department assessed Program SLO's' and how have you responded to the results? All Guidance SLOs have been updated, reviewed, modified or completed in the past year. Discussion of results are held during regular counselor meetings. Guidance 2's latest review by IR and faculty occurred 9/16/10 to establish

9 held during regular counselor meetings. Guidance 2's latest review by IR and faculty occurred 9/16/10 to establish the new SLO's and planned evaluation. Guidance 3 faculty met in Fall 2008 to review results from the initial SLOs for the course. The group met again 4/15/09, 9/16/09, and 11/12/09 to complete the cycle and determined they were satisfied with the results. New SLOs were then developed and are currently being used in the course. ODE meets regularly to review and updated the SLOs for Guidance 507 and 508 (Early Alert Committee and advisory committee). What program or course changes have been made based on the result of the assessed outcome? Based on early results of the first cycle of course SLOs, the department was satisfied with the outcomes and developed new goals and SLOs for the next cycle. Additional components (critical thinking) were included. Overall Program Level Implementation of SLOs is Developmental Plus. Due to a lack of space in the team response box, the SLO Rubic and a detailed reader's report will be ed to you and your dean. Discuss how your services help maintain a high level of student satisfaction. Discuss how you evaluate your effectiveness in meeting students' needs. How and when has your service reviewed or revised SLO?s and/or AUO?s. How has your program utilized SLO/AUO assessment results for program improvement? CURRICULUM UPDATE Courses GUID 650 Supervised Tutoring - Active 04/12/2006 GUID 3 Career Explore/Planning - Active 10/19/2005 GUID 592A-H Special Topics: Guidance - Active 05/17/2006 GUID 503 Orientation to College - Active 03/27/2002 GUID 2 Essentials of Student Success - Active 10/27/2010 GUID 660 Interdisciplinary Learning Skills - Active 02/24/2010 GUID 507 Opening Doors to Student Effectiveness - Active 09/30/2009 GUID 650 Supervised Tutoring - Launched 04/12/2006 GUID 508 Bridging to College Success - Active 09/30/2009 Last Modified Programs Last Modified

10 GUID California State University - General Education - Active 01/24/2011 GUID Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum: UC or CSU - Active 01/24/2011 Courses should be updated every six years; if course updates are due, please describe your plan and timeline for updating courses: Guidance faculty are currently reviewing and completing modifications for the Guidance 3 course and considering deactivation of Guidance 503. All other curriculum is up to date. Guidance 650 and 660 are reviewed and updated by the Success Centers. What steps has your program taken to proactively respond to changing and emerging student and community needs? Develop New Courses/Programs Other Briefly explain: Guidance 507, Student effectiveness course for students on academic/progress probation, and 508, Bridging to college success for new identified at risk students, were developed to promote student and college success. Data, trends and explanations are properly interpreted. NON-INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION How does your program improve, expand, or support student learning? How do you know? The counseling department provides services to assist students with appropriate placement in courses, evaluation of courses previously completed, review of requirements for degrees and certificates, goal setting and academic planning, and orientations to college services, programs, and policies. These services are evaluated through the use of satisfaction surveys, SLOs and AUOs, item database verification and reporting databases (SARS Grid). Current department AUOs: 1) the evaluators will develop a process for streamlined services which eliminates duplication of services and /or multiple contacts for students (in development stage/ student satisfaction survey); 2) The transcript evaluators will increase the number of databases for course to course equivalencies by 25 percent {Group SLO meeting: 2/3/10}. Recent update shows databases have been completed and will be discussed in the end of year report; 3) Assessment services will be offered to a minimum of 10 local high schools for senior early assessment and counseling program. The faculty utilized the end of year report and student satisfaction survey's results and met with the high school advisory committee for review on 10/22/09. The assessment center currently provides services to 20 high schools. Counseling Department SLOs: 1) High school students who participate in senior early assessment and counseling will identify college resources, procedures, and policies that support their academic success (Student satisfaction survey and post-test/ 2 cycles have been completed with IR review, and input from high school counselors and counseling department staff. Based on results, the program was redesigned, and materials used updated.) We are currently in the third cycle and are expanding the surveys to orientations

11 presented at the Chaffey Rancho campus; and 2) Veterans who participate in specialized counseling services will demonstrate the ability to locate and effectively use college resources to meet their academic objectives (Student satisfaction survey/program expanded to separate center with surveys under development). Guidance course SLOs are discussed in SLO section of this report. Describe staff functions and services (these can include diversity, specialties, staff preparation and training, professional activities and committee participation, accomplishments, grants, new programs etc.) How does your program evaluate its effectiveness? Transcript Evaluators (1FTE/1 temporay reassignment with pt replacement): Degree audit; reviewing completions of certificate and degrees; prerequisite verification; transcript evaluations; Health Science application and transcript review; and maintenance of databases. Assessment staff (1 FTE/1.475): Offers assessment services at all campuses; review of placement results; provides assessment for Math 610; and input of assessment data. Matriculation specialist (1 FTE): input and review of prerequisite challenges; input of data elements for chancellors office (funding); and participates in credit and non-credit matriculation committees and regional meetings. Program Assistants front desk (2.475): Answer phones; schedule student appointments; run transcripts; answer student questions; provide office documents to students; and refer students to other Student Support areas. Office Coordinator (1 FTE): oversees senior early assessment and counseling program; coordinates programs within the office; outreach committees and CALPASS; and provides coverage for other areas as needed (front desk/assessment). Counselors (currently 13 with 9 FTE in general counseling including Fontana and Chino/ 3 reassigned FTE to Articulation, Global Career Center and DPS/ 1 FTE 1 year contract): counseling, educational planning, personal counseling, guidance course instruction, AMAN, Opening Doors, Puente, Honors, Transfer, International specializations, committee participation, outreach, transfer and vocational services. The counseling department evaluates it effectiveness through Student Service satisfaction surveys, AUO and SLO's, High school advisory committee, and database review. Data has been interpreted and explained STUDENT SUPPORT - ACCESS How do the services you provide to students facilitate access to learning? (e.g. - admissions applications, payment processing, pre-requisite clearances, assessment testing, adaptive technology, program applications, healthcare, student activities, and other specialized services.) These services provide students access to learning through: assessment testing to provide appropriate placement in English, reading and math classes; challenging or enrolling in a course with previous courses or experience; assisting with the application and evaluation of courses for entrance into specialized programs; and providing enrollment information (use of My Chaffey View, Add codes, Waitlists) so the students may enroll in their classes. Type of Service Description of Service How many students received this service? Measured with?

12 Prerequisite Challenge Prerequisite Clearance Assessment Testing Senior Early Assessment and Orientation Senior Early Assessment and Orientation Senior Early Assessment and Orientation Permits a student to challenge a prerequisite and enroll in a course. Datatel input and follow-up completed by Matriculation Specialist. Permits a student to clear a prerequiste taken at another college or by exam. The information is placed in Datatel by Transcript Evaluators Accuplacer placement tests provided to new students AUO AUO AUO Orientation provided at local high schools SLO Assessment provided on site at local high schools to graduating seniors SLO Counseling provided at local high schools SLO Additional information: Additional measurements may be obtained by SARS Grid. Prerequisite challenges requires contacts by the student with a counselor (or Language Center Specialist), input and follow-up with the Matriculation Specialist, and review by a Coordinator. The Senior Early Assessment and Orientation began in the academic year. Excellent student support access information. STUDENT SUPPORT - SUPPORT How do the services you provide to students support student learning? (e.g. 'counseling, orientations, workshops, financial assistance (scholarships, grants, etc'), career assessments, health education, service learning, advisory committees, and other specialized services.) Counseling provides support to student learning by: providing the student the tools to successfully enroll in appropriate courses; assist in the understanding of course placement and sequencing and the length of time needed to complete their academic/vocational goals; developing educational plans to meet certificate, degree, and transfer requirements; and providing specialized services (Puente, AMAN, International, ODE, Honors, Articulation) for student learning and success.

13 Type of Service Orientation and Specialized groups Opening Doors to Excellence (Student Correspondence) Early Alert (Student notification) AMAN/AWOMAN Puente Program Learning and Educational Development (LED) Counseling Additional information: What knowledge, skills, and/or abilities are learned? New students gain knowledge of Chaffey's programs, services, their assessment placement, use of My Chaffey View to enroll, and steps for success. Specialized groups focus on specific progam requirement i.e Nursing. Program to assist students who are on academic/progress probation be successful in their college program. Program which permits instructors to identify student who may be at risk in their classes. Students are contacted by counseling apprentices. Program designed to assist at risk african american students with special guidance courses, mentoring, and counseling. Numbers include both new and continuing participants. Program designed to enhance the transfer rate of latino students. Counseling services to non-credit ESL students to transition to credit progams. Students gain knowledge of course selection and sequencing, transfer and graduation requirements, support services to assist with success, career and academic information, and how to enroll in courses. How many students received this service? SLO SLO SLO SLO SLO SLO SLO Measured with? STUDENT SUPPORT - OTHER

14 How do the services you provide to students promote transfer, completion, specialized services, and/or future success? (e.g. graduation ceremony, CSU/IGETC certifications, university transfer, securing employment, transcript requests, enrollment verification, conferring of degrees/certificates, scanning/imaging documents, phone calls received, face-to-face contacts, refunds granted, and other specialized services.) Type of Service How does this contribute to student success? How many students received this service? Certificate and Degree Processing CSU and IGETC certifications Health Science applications Review and processing of certificates and degrees provided by the transcript evaluators. Certification of general education requirements for the CSU and UC's completed by the transcript evaluators. Transcript evaluation and review for program requirements for the Health Science programs (ADN, LVN, RT) AUO AUO AUO Measured with? Additional information: Additional services by the transcript evaluators incude the development, updating and maintenance of the program databases and Datatel. This service permits the use of degree audit for graduation checks, certificates, and general education certifications. Excellent student support data explanation. VISIONARY IMPROVEMENT PLAN(VIP) Please identify 1-3 program improvement goals for the next three years. Goals should state 'what' you plan to achieve and the rationale 'why' for doing so. 'How' you achieve your goals will be entered under Steps to Success. Keep in mind that your VIP should be SMART: Specific Measurable Action-oriented Realistic Time-bound All plans should improve or expand student learning.

15 Year Three Goal: The Counseling Department will implement a Student Counseling Alert program in which students who have completed a minimum of 15 semester units will be notified to schedule an appointment for educational planning and counseling to increase the student's college retention and success. To which planning direction does this goal apply? Flexible and continuous student support Year 1 Steps to Success (activities) and VIP Assessment: Activity 1: the counseling department will work with IR to analyze data based on counseling services (educational planning) and student success in order to establish department goals; Activity 2: the department will review and activate components of the degree audit program for students to have access to their own documents; Activity 3: the counseling department will establish internet links for student use. Activity 4: the department will work with IT to enact an identification program for students who have reached 15 units; Activity 5: Counseling will develop various counseling modalities (1-1, small group, on-line) for educational planning and counseling services. The counseling department will discuss the results from IR, planned activities with timelines during department meetings. The department will then prepare a list of activities and programs to pilot. An end of year report will highlight the proposed program. Year 2 Steps to Success (activities) and VIP Assessment: Activity 1: counseling will activate the notification system to contact students to schedule appointments. Activity 2: counseling will pilot the different educational planning programs to determine the most effective models; Activity 3: counseling will develop a satisfaction survey to provide to students who complete the educational planning activity; Activity 4: Counseling will complete modifications or changes to the counseling activities for full activation for Fall The counseling department will work with IR to develop student satisfaction surveys to provide to students who complete the educational planning sessions. (SLO)Results from the surveys will be reviewed by the department and revisions or modifications to the services will be completed. Year Three Goal: The counseling department will implement on-line, real-time counseling services which will provide students a variety of modalities to receive counseling and educational planning services (Face to face, group and on-line). To which planning direction does this goal apply? Flexible and continuous student support Year 1 Steps to Success (activities) and VIP Assessment: Activity 1: Counselors will investigate the available on-line (no to low-cost) programs (ie CCC Confer, E advising) which may be used to complete real-time counseling; Activity 2: the department will review and activate components of the degree audit program for students to access their own documents; Activity 3: the counseling department will establish internet links for student use. Activity 4: The department will present the information at a meeting prior to the end of the spring term to make final selection of programs and timeline for fall setup and training.

16 and timeline for fall setup and training. The department will complete a list of programs for review by the end of fall The department will have full degree audit completed by spring Review progress monthly during department meetings and complete an end of year report of activities. Year 2 Steps to Success (activities) and VIP Assessment: Activity 1: Counselors will complete training and begin using selected programs. Activity 2: The department will have students who participate complete a satisfaction survey to rate the ease of use, connections, and related factors in using the on-line service. Activity 3: At the completion of the trial period a program will be selected for implementation the next academic year. In Fall 2012 the counselors will select the programs for review and develop a satisfaction survey for students who will participate in the pilot program. In spring 2013 students will be selected to participate in the pilot program and provided the satisfaction survey upon completion of counseling session. (AUO) The information from the pilot will then be reviewed, modifications completed and preparation made for full activation in Fall PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES THAT SUPPORT STUDENT LEARNING OR IMPROVE YOUR PROGRAM List Recent departmental professional development activities connected to student learning. Recent activities Recent workshops/courses taken Chancellors Office/California Tomorrow Educators Round table How to Respond successfully to Student Stress How to work with Students with Disabilities Recent conferences/training HACU Conferences and presentations CSO/CIO Conference Tech Ed Pre-Med Conference Pearson Conference on Motivational topics for Student Success Learning to Learn Training Other AMAN/AWOMAN: High School outreach, Mentee, and Black College Expos Basic Skills Psychological Impact of Growing Up in Poverty Success Strategies for Students who Speak English as a Second Language Technology is not the Enemy

17 Umoja Workshop: Classroom techinques Learning Communities Managing Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom Umoja Conferences and Symposiums Business Etiquette at Cal Poly On Course Workshop A2Mend Conference Community College League True Colors Training CSU Community College Counselor Conference UC Community College Counselor Conference CSU/UC certification Datatel workshop CCC Confer How to Transfer Ensuring Transfer Success International Students workshop How are student learning outcomes affected by these professional activities? What steps are recommended for improvement? These activities directly relate to student success including accurate transfer information, cultural aspects to learning and success, teaching and counseling with special populations, learning styles, and personal awareness. The counseling SLOs incorporate these factors in both counseling activities and guidance courses. Continuation of activities are recommended for program improvement. Discuss departmental engagement on campus in connection to student learning. Governance committees Other college-related committees Other campus participation Faculty Senate Matriculation Oversight Committee President's Equity Council Program and Services Review Committee Scholastic Standards Committee Catalog and Schedule of Classes Chino Academic Planning Committee Green Earth Movement High School Petitions Student Activities and Student Government Faculty Advisory Sstudent Petitions Committee Student Petition Committee Athletic Advisory Committee Child Development and Education Advisory In Class presentations to various programs (i.e. CDE, Business, Art)

18 Curriculum Committee Commencement Committee Early Alert network Educational Master Plan Enrollment and Success Management Matriculation Oversight Committee Guidance Honors Program Committee Early Alert Planning Committee High School Petitions Transfer Center Advisory Committee How does your program benefit from your campus engagement? Counseling benefits from interaction with instructional faculty, obtaining various and unique points of view, and recognition of services and contributions completed by the faculty. Teaching/Years of Service 0-5 years 6-10 years years years 21+ years Given the data how has your program been impacted? All guidance courses are taught as either overload or by adjunct instructors. Years of Service by Faculty: 0-5: 3; 6-10: 3; 11-15: 2; 16-20: 0; 21+: 5. The Counseling Department currently has 13 FTE counselors. One counselor is a full-time 1 year contract. Three counselors are reassigned full-time to other departments/duties (Articulation, Global Career Center and DPS) Five counselors are assigned 50% of their load to special programs (Puente, Athletics, International students, AMAN/AWOMAN and ODE). Does your program anticipate retirements within the next 3 years? The Counseling Department had one person retire last year and may have 1-2 persons retire in the next 3 years. Professional activities data truly connect and reflect student learning. PROJECTED NEEDS Is any part of the program funded by sources other than the instructional budget (such as grants, partnerships, or other means)? If yes, please identify the source, amount, and length of funding. The Counseling Department receives money from the California Community Colleges Chancellors Office for matriculation services. The goals of matriculation are to ensure that all students complete their college courses, persist to the next academic term, and achieve their educational objectives through the assistance of the student-direct components of the matriculation process: admissions, orientation, assessment and testing, counseling, and student follow-up. In Chaffey received $1,029,444 for credit matriculation and $40,645 for non-credit matriculation. In , due to the CA budget crisis, the department faced a

19 substantial cut in funding (48%) and received $498,247 (credit) and $19,116 (non-credit). This year s ( ) funding was slightly less than last year: $498,234 (credit) and $18,572 (non-credit). In addition to these funds, the Counseling Department received VTEA funding for a Transcript Evaluator Apprentice (Approximately $15,000 per year for 3 years) and an adjunct counselor (assigned to the Tech Prep/CTE area. Please see their Program Review for additional information). The department has also received BSI monies for supportive services (apprentices). After reviewing and analyzing the data and assessment results in this report, please describe and provide rationale for any projected resource needs required to accomplish your Visionary Improvement Plan using the boxes below. Your requests should be based on student need. FT Faculty: Year 1: Counselor Hiring Criteria: Institutional Level Considerations Supports institutional growth for programs that support student success (e.g., Success Centers, Counseling, Library, School Nurses) Student traffic and activity is such to illustrate the need for additional faculty leadership (e.g., in the Libraries and Success Centers) New and expanding student populations (e.g., Veteran s, Early Alert) New initiatives (e.g., Student Success Initiative, Early Assessment/Pre-Orientation/Advising on feeder high school campuses). Affects counselors, librarians, and instructional specialists since doing something new is sometimes at the expense of an existing service New direction of the college (e.g., Tech Prep/Career Pathways/CTE, Middle High School College) Supported by institutional data Supports retraining to help students become employed or promoted in their professions Department Concerns Separation of a FT faculty member that creates hardship on the department. Additional consideration needs to be given to replacing the position due to factors such faculty specialization (e.g., not all remaining faculty members can teach all of the classes), seniority of remaining faculty members, etc. Supports diversity of program and course offerings Year 2: Hiring Criteria: Year 3: counselor Hiring Criteria: Institutional Level Considerations Student traffic and activity is such to illustrate the need for additional faculty leadership (e.g., in the Libraries and Success Centers)

20 Student traffic and activity is such to illustrate the need for additional faculty leadership (e.g., in the Libraries and Success Centers) New and expanding student populations (e.g., Veteran s, Early Alert) Supports institutional growth for programs that support student success (e.g., Success Centers, Counseling, Library, School Nurses) New initiatives (e.g., Student Success Initiative, Early Assessment/Pre-Orientation/Advising on feeder high school campuses). Affects counselors, librarians, and instructional specialists since doing something new is sometimes at the expense of an existing service New direction of the college (e.g., Tech Prep/Career Pathways/CTE, Middle High School College) Supported by institutional data Supports retraining to help students become employed or promoted in their professions Department Concerns Separation of a FT faculty member that creates hardship on the department. Additional consideration needs to be given to replacing the position due to factors such faculty specialization (e.g., not all remaining faculty members can teach all of the classes), seniority of remaining faculty members, etc. Supports diversity of program and course offerings STAFF Year 1 Program Assistant: Assessment (1 FT position) to provide assessment at the 3 Chaffey Campus assessment centers as well as the local high school Senior Early Assessment Program. The current staffing: fte; Transcript Evaluator (1 FT position)to complete transcript evaluations, transfer certifications, degree and certificate audits in order to increase student access to their information in a timely manner, as well as enhance transfer/degree/certificate rates and student access to courses and degree audit. Year 2 Year 3 EQUIPMENT Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 TECHNOLOGY Year 1 15 inch MacBook Pro to use with the district Senior Early Assessment program presentations. Local district high schools have Apple Smart Labs which are not compatible with Chaffey laptops $ 1,799.00; Dell M109S On-the-go Mini Projector to use in the Senior Early Assessment program presentations $ Year 2 LG42LE5500: 42 inch HDTV (Monitor)to use in the group presentations for educational planning, orientations, and specialized

21 workshops $ Dell OptiPlex 980 FLX-HDSFF Flexible Computing with Disk (hard drive for monitor) $ ; 2 Dell Latitude E5510 Standard with digital microphone and integrated webcam for the online counseling program $ each; 5 HP LaserJet Pro P1606dn Printer (this printer is a duplex printer) which will be used for degree audit purposes. Current printers use 8 or more pages for a degree audit printout; the duplex will cut paper consumption in half $ each. Year 3 SOFTWARE Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 OTHER Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Visionary improvement plan support projected needs. The PSR review committee commend Counseling for a well written self-study. The program has made it clear and the committee understands the magnitude of services the program provides regarding instructional, administrative and student support and the implications to the college and the community. This has been accomplished by the excellent manner in which information has been presented. The data and trends were interpreted properly and implications for the program have been clear and complete. Thank you.

Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011

Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011 PROGRAM OVERVIEW Program Title: Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011 Child Development Education Program Code: 1304 - CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION Review Type: Instructional Does this

More information

Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011

Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011 PROGRAM OVERVIEW Program Title: Geology Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011 Program Code: 1914 - GEOLOGY AND EARTH SCIENCE Review Type: Instructional Does this review contain any career

More information

Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011

Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011 PROGRAM OVERVIEW Program Title: Chaffey College Program Review Three Year Review 2011 Hotel and Food Service Program Code: 1306 - HOTEL AND FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT Review Type: Instructional Does this

More information

COUNSELING DEPARTMENT PROGRAM REVIEW. 1. College: Laney College Date: November 1, 2012

COUNSELING DEPARTMENT PROGRAM REVIEW. 1. College: Laney College Date: November 1, 2012 COUNSELING DEPARTMENT PROGRAM REVIEW 1. College: Laney College Date: November 1, 2012 Program: Counseling Department Review Team Members: Dean Tina Vasconcellos, Kathy Ma, Ann McMurdo 2. Background Information

More information

The Instructional (Academic Affairs) Program Review Narrative Report

The Instructional (Academic Affairs) Program Review Narrative Report The Instructional (Academic Affairs) Program Review Narrative Report 1. College: Laney College Discipline, Department or Program: Counseling Discipline Date: 11/13/12 (Due by November 13, 2012) Members

More information

Bakersfield College Program Review Annual Update

Bakersfield College Program Review Annual Update Bakersfield College Program Review Annual Update I. Program Information: Program Name: Counseling and Advising Department Program Type: Instructional Non Instructional Program Mission Statement: Academic

More information

MIRACOSTA COLLEGE TRANSFER CENTER: MASTER PLAN

MIRACOSTA COLLEGE TRANSFER CENTER: MASTER PLAN MIRACOSTA COLLEGE TRANSFER CENTER: MASTER PLAN Fall 2015 TRANSFER CENTERS: THE HUB OF TRANSFER ACTIVITY This section presents a description of the strategies that support the transfer function at MiraCosta

More information

MATRICULATION PROGRAM REVIEW July 2009

MATRICULATION PROGRAM REVIEW July 2009 MATRICULATION PROGRAM REVIEW July 2009 Matriculation Program Review Executive Summary The Matriculation program planning efforts were initiated in fall 2008 with participation from the matriculation advisory

More information

Bob Haick, Lorraine Barrales-Ramirez, Karen Olesen

Bob Haick, Lorraine Barrales-Ramirez, Karen Olesen Kathy Sammut and Sandra Mendez Bob Haick, Lorraine Barrales-Ramirez, Karen Olesen Include the purpose of the program, the ideals the program strives to attain, and whom the program serves. The program

More information

PROPOSAL FOR FULL-TIME CWA COUNSELOR

PROPOSAL FOR FULL-TIME CWA COUNSELOR PROPOSAL FOR FULL-TIME CWA COUNSELOR A. Department/Discipline/Program Criteria 1. Identify current Comprehensive Program Review (in cycle) and current Annual Program Plan documents with position need and

More information

Lakeland Community College Campus Completion Plan

Lakeland Community College Campus Completion Plan Lakeland Community College Campus Plan Narrative Overview Lakeland Community College opened its doors in 1967 as the first college in Ohio established by a vote of local citizens committed to providing

More information

1. Mission, Relation to the College and Overview of the Student Services Program

1. Mission, Relation to the College and Overview of the Student Services Program SBCC Program Review 2013-14 : Counseling Print Page Division: Educational Programs Support Unit: Counseling Prepared By: Carmen Rivero and Gwyer Schuyler Mission, Relation to the and Overview of the Student

More information

Dean: Erin Vines, Faculty Member: Mary Gumlia 12/14/2009

Dean: Erin Vines, Faculty Member: Mary Gumlia 12/14/2009 SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM REVIEW COUNSELING COURSES Dean: Erin Vines, Faculty Member: Mary Gumlia 12/14/2009 Introduction The mission of the Solano College Counseling Division is to provide services,

More information

Chaffey College Program Review Report

Chaffey College Program Review Report Program Review Title: Program Code: Review Type: Type: Chaffey College Program Review Report Nursing Assistant and Home Health Care 1202 - NURSING: CNA Instructional SLO's Overview of Chaffey College Program:

More information

Summary of Counseling Program SLO Assessment Fall 2012 Review & Spring 2013 Plans (Compiled from data submitted by February 13, 2013)

Summary of Counseling Program SLO Assessment Fall 2012 Review & Spring 2013 Plans (Compiled from data submitted by February 13, 2013) Summary of Counseling Program SLO Assessment Fall 2012 Review & Spring 2013 Plans (Compiled from data submitted by February 13, 2013) Summary prepared by Kathleen Mitchell Table of Contents Introduction

More information

STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM REVIEW WORKSHEET

STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM REVIEW WORKSHEET STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM REVIEW WORKSHEET Student Services Area: Counseling & Student Support Services Program (SSSP) Prepared by: Marissa Iliscupidez Academic Year: 2013-2014 I. Student Services Area

More information

CONTRA COSTA COLLEGE. Student Success and Support Program Plan 2014-15

CONTRA COSTA COLLEGE. Student Success and Support Program Plan 2014-15 CONTRA COSTA COLLEGE Student Success and Support Program Plan 201415 Student Success and Support Program Plan (Credit Students) 2014 15 District: Contra Costa Community College District College: Contra

More information

San Diego Continuing Education. Student Equity Plan 2014-2017

San Diego Continuing Education. Student Equity Plan 2014-2017 Student Equity Plan 2014-2017 November 6, 2014 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (SDCE) provides adult education for the San Diego Community College District. SDCE is the largest, separately accredited continuing education

More information

Program Review List Logout How it works

Program Review List Logout How it works Program Review Submission Program Review List Logout How it works 2014-2015 Student Services Program Review Program Name: Counseling Services Program Contact: Ramezane, Marsha Academic Year: 2014-2015

More information

Chapter Three: Challenges and Opportunities

Chapter Three: Challenges and Opportunities Chapter Three: Challenges and Opportunities The preparation of Orange County Community College s Periodic Review Report occurs at a time when the College and New York State are experiencing an economic

More information

5. Authority Code: 73-Dean, Counseling and International Programs

5. Authority Code: 73-Dean, Counseling and International Programs Page 1 of 19 Page 1 of 19 Ohlone College Program Review Report Program Description and Scope: 1. Program Review Title: Counseling 2. Academic year: 2012/2013 3. Review Type: Student Services Program Review

More information

Mt. San Antonio College Counseling

Mt. San Antonio College Counseling epie Report - 4 Column Mt. San Antonio College Counseling Mt. SAC Mission Statement: The mission of Mt. San Antonio College is to welcome all students and to support them in achieving their personal, educational,

More information

Las Positas College ANNUAL PROGRAM REVIEW TEMPLATE Review of AY 2011-12

Las Positas College ANNUAL PROGRAM REVIEW TEMPLATE Review of AY 2011-12 Las Positas College ANNUAL PROGRAM REVIEW TEMPLATE Review of AY 2011-12 Name of Program Division Author(s) Psychology-Counseling Student Services Christina Lee INSTRUCTIONS: 1. This Annual Program Review

More information

Peralta Community College District STUDENT SERVICES ANNUAL PROGRAM UPDATE Academic Year 2013-2014

Peralta Community College District STUDENT SERVICES ANNUAL PROGRAM UPDATE Academic Year 2013-2014 Peralta Community College District STUDENT SERVICES ANNUAL PROGRAM UPDATE Academic Year 2013-2014 This presents the common elements to be addressed by each student services unit/area in its annual program

More information

Comprehensive Program Review Report (Narrative) College of the Sequoias

Comprehensive Program Review Report (Narrative) College of the Sequoias Program Review - Child Development Comprehensive Program Review Report (Narrative) College of the Sequoias Program Review - Child Development Prepared by: San Dee Hodges, Rebecca Griffith, Gwenette Aytman

More information

Cerritos College Associate Degree Nursing Program

Cerritos College Associate Degree Nursing Program Cerritos College Associate Degree Nursing Program The California Board of Registered Nursing 2010-2011 Annual School Report reflected that 61% of nursing programs in California are Associate Degree programs.

More information

PROGRAM REVIEW SELF-STUDY February 26, 2015

PROGRAM REVIEW SELF-STUDY February 26, 2015 PROGRAM REVIEW SELF-STUDY February 26, 2015 Program Title (Office/Department): ORIENTATION, ASSESSMENT & REGISTRATION Lead Contact Person: Ruth Miller Writing Team: Ruth Miller, Jeanne Stalker, Loretta

More information

Peralta Community College District

Peralta Community College District Peralta Community College District Berkeley City College College of Alameda Laney College Merritt College Counseling Program Review Handbook Fall 2015 Version 3. i ii Table of Contents Purpose and Goals

More information

Educational Master Plan 2010-2015 Goals WORKING DRAFT

Educational Master Plan 2010-2015 Goals WORKING DRAFT Educational Master Plan 2010-2015 Goals WORKING DRAFT 1. PROVIDE SUPPORT TO ENSURE STUDENT RECRUITMENT, RETENTION AND SUCCESS. 1.1. Develop a policy to optimize student opportunity and access linked to

More information

Creating Pathways: Successfully Navigating the Student Success Agenda

Creating Pathways: Successfully Navigating the Student Success Agenda Creating Pathways: Successfully Navigating the Student Success Agenda Mt. San Antonio College Dr. George Bradshaw, Dean, Enrollment Management James Ocampo, Director, Assessment and Matriculation Pathway

More information

Kim Lopez, Sheila Lau, Carla Stoner-Brito, Jose Romero, Bob Haick

Kim Lopez, Sheila Lau, Carla Stoner-Brito, Jose Romero, Bob Haick Ruth Miller Kim Lopez, Sheila Lau, Carla Stoner-Brito, Jose Romero, Bob Haick The program is dedicated to serving prospective, current, and former students in facilitating matriculation through the following

More information

Student Learning Outcomes Report. Student Services Area Admissions and Records

Student Learning Outcomes Report. Student Services Area Admissions and Records West Los Angeles College Program Review 2013 2014 Student Learning Outcomes Report Student Services Area Admissions and Records The dialogue regarding the move toward fully online applications and an application

More information

Guidelines for Massachusetts Early Educator Preparation Programs Participating in the Early Childhood Educator Scholarships Program.

Guidelines for Massachusetts Early Educator Preparation Programs Participating in the Early Childhood Educator Scholarships Program. Guidelines for Massachusetts Early Educator Preparation Programs Participating in the Early Childhood Educator Scholarships Program Background The Departments of Higher Education and Early Education and

More information

2014-15. Report Due Postmarked by Friday, October 17, 2014

2014-15. Report Due Postmarked by Friday, October 17, 2014 Student Success and Support Program Plan (Credit Students) 2014-15 District: Los Angeles Community College District College: Los Angeles Southwest College Report Due Postmarked by Friday, October 17, 2014

More information

Credit. Student Success and Support Program Plan 2015-16

Credit. Student Success and Support Program Plan 2015-16 Credit Student Success and Support Program Plan 2015-16 District: College: Report Due by Friday, October 30, 2015 Email PDF of completed plan to: cccsssp@cccco.edu and Mail signature page with original

More information

El Camino College Compton Community Educational Center

El Camino College Compton Community Educational Center El Camino College Compton Community Educational Center ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION PROGRAM REVIEW 2008 El Camino College Compton Community Educational Center Division of Student Affairs Program Review I.

More information

Bakersfield College Institutional Transfer Plan

Bakersfield College Institutional Transfer Plan Bakersfield College Institutional Transfer Plan Bakersfield College s Institutional Transfer Plan has been developed to establish a campus commitment to transfer and to provide a planning mechanism for

More information

The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report

The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report 1. College: Merritt Discipline, Department or Program: Psychology and Sociology Date: Fall, 2012 Members of the Instructional Program Review Team: Mario

More information

The Final Assessment of A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 1998-2003. The Smeal College of Business Administration

The Final Assessment of A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 1998-2003. The Smeal College of Business Administration The Final Assessment of A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 1998-2003 The Smeal College of Business Administration A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 1998-2003 The Smeal College

More information

Community College of Philadelphia. Administrative Function and Support Service Audit. Counseling Department

Community College of Philadelphia. Administrative Function and Support Service Audit. Counseling Department Community College of Philadelphia Administrative Function and Support Service Audit History of the Department Counseling Department August 2007 Executive Summary Introduction to Function/Service The Counseling

More information

College of Alameda. Annual Program Update Supplemental/RevisedTemplate 2013-2014

College of Alameda. Annual Program Update Supplemental/RevisedTemplate 2013-2014 College of Alameda Annual Program Update Supplemental/RevisedTemplate 2013-2014 I. Overview BI Download: Data provided October 23, 2013 see department specific data sheet Dept. Chair: Subject/Discipline:

More information

Itawamba Community College Program Review Career-Technical and Health Science Programs

Itawamba Community College Program Review Career-Technical and Health Science Programs Itawamba Community College Program Review Career-Technical and Health Science Programs I. Program Information 1. Name of Program Computer Networking Technology 2. Submission Date of Program Review 6/21/2012

More information

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. A. Planning Process

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. A. Planning Process EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Provide a narrative describing the program and concise summaries for Evaluation Criteria A-J of the proposal. Label section headings. (Limit 1200 words) Institution: Florida State College

More information

PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT. Laney College Instructional Program Review Narrative Report 2011-2013 CIS Department

PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT. Laney College Instructional Program Review Narrative Report 2011-2013 CIS Department PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Laney College Instructional Program Review Narrative Report 2011-2013 CIS Department 1. College: Laney Discipline, Department or Program: Computer Information Systems

More information

Karen L. Hays 428 Capstan Court Arnold, MD 21012 Office: (410-777-2332) Cell: (410-404-6345) E-mail: klhays@aacc.edu

Karen L. Hays 428 Capstan Court Arnold, MD 21012 Office: (410-777-2332) Cell: (410-404-6345) E-mail: klhays@aacc.edu 428 Capstan Court Arnold, MD 21012 Office: (410-777-2332) Cell: (410-404-6345) E-mail: klhays@aacc.edu ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE Vice President for Learning Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, MD June

More information

The 411 On CSU Transfer

The 411 On CSU Transfer The 411 On CSU Transfer Advising Your High School Seniors on the Transfer Pathway Karen Simpson- Alisca Assistant Director, Transfer Program CSU Office of the Chancellor Topics for today Taking the Community

More information

Substantive Change Proposal

Substantive Change Proposal Substantive Change Proposal Addition of New Programs: Certificates of Achievement in Project Management and Public Management Folsom Lake College 10 College Parkway Folsom, CA 95630 Los Rios Community

More information

Transfer and Career Center Program Review

Transfer and Career Center Program Review Transfer and Career Center Program Review Evergreen Valley College 2007-08 2 Contents Mission Statement...3 Program Description...3 Transfer Services:...4 Resources Available in the Center:...5 The Bridge

More information

Educational Planning Committee Minutes June 1, 2009 Campus Center 4 1:30p.m.-3:30p.m.

Educational Planning Committee Minutes June 1, 2009 Campus Center 4 1:30p.m.-3:30p.m. Educational Planning Committee Minutes June 1, 2009 Campus Center 4 1:30p.m.-3:30p.m. Members Present: Angela Echeverri, Georgia Estrada, Pat Flood, Alma Johnson-Hawkins, Abdo Malki, Michong Park, Said

More information

Pierce College Program Review

Pierce College Program Review Pierce College Program Review Department or Discipline: COUNSELING Date submitted: OCTOBER 29, 2009 Contact person: RUDY DOMPE Pierce College Program Review is intended to be a reflective process that

More information

Ethnicity (2009-2013) Age (2009-2013)

Ethnicity (2009-2013) Age (2009-2013) 2013-2014 Comprehensive Program Review STUDENT AFFAIRS: PROGRAMS & SERVICES - SAN JOSÉ CITY COLLEGE DEPARTMENT: Counseling and Matriculation/Orientation PREPARED BY: Roland Montemayor, Rachel Hagan, Maricela

More information

PROGRAM PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2015-2016

PROGRAM PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2015-2016 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2015-2016 I. Service Area Name: Learning Support & Resources II. Date of Review: May 29, 2015 III. Service Area Mission Statement (optional):

More information

Edward E. Mills. Leadership Summary: Employment History: California State University, Sacramento

Edward E. Mills. Leadership Summary: Employment History: California State University, Sacramento Edward E. Mills Leadership Summary: With twenty-eight years of progressive experience, Mr. Mills is a collaborative and adaptable leader who fosters student success through innovative student service and

More information

Fall 2005-Spring 2009

Fall 2005-Spring 2009 SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM REVIEW Counseling Division and Special Services Dean: Erin Vines Faculty Member: Mary Gumlia Fall 2005-Spring 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 3 Overview 4 Part I 6

More information

Community College of Philadelphia Administrative Function and Support Service Audit Learning Lab Executive Summary

Community College of Philadelphia Administrative Function and Support Service Audit Learning Lab Executive Summary Community College of Philadelphia Administrative Function and Support Service Audit Learning Lab Executive Summary Introduction to Function /Service Description and History The Learning Lab was founded

More information

Annual Program Review Form Medical Assisting Program

Annual Program Review Form Medical Assisting Program Annual Program Review Form Medical Assisting Program Department: Health Care Technology Contact Person: Margaret Guichard Date: April 13, 2010 1. Description of Program and Services and their Locations:

More information

Program Guidelines Transition to College and Careers Pilot Project May, 2008

Program Guidelines Transition to College and Careers Pilot Project May, 2008 Program Guidelines Transition to College and Careers Pilot Project May, 2008 See the Transition to College and Careers Action Plan that outlines the expectations and timeline for completing activities

More information

Cell: (559) 630-0806 Office: (559) 934-2200 Work: carolegoldsmith@whccd.edu

Cell: (559) 630-0806 Office: (559) 934-2200 Work: carolegoldsmith@whccd.edu Education Doctorate in Education, 2005 University of California, Davis Summa Cum Laude California State University, Fresno Joint Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership Dissertation Topic: Leadership

More information

PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

PASADENA CITY COLLEGE PASADENA CITY COLLEGE EDuCATIONAL MASTER PLAN PCC PROUD PAST GLOBAL FUTURE PROUD PAST, GLOBAL FUTURE The purpose of our Educational Master Plan (EMP) is to guide the college s transformation to educate

More information

Peralta Community College District UNIT PLAN UPDATE Template ~ September 2009

Peralta Community College District UNIT PLAN UPDATE Template ~ September 2009 Peralta Community College District UNIT PLAN UPDATE Template ~ September 2009 Each discipline will complete this form to update the unit plans developed in 2008. These will be reviewed at the college level

More information

The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report

The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report 1. College: MERRITT COLLEGE Discipline, Department or Program: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Date: 10/9/12 Members of the Instructional Program Review Team:

More information

El Camino College Industry and Technology Division Engineering Technology Department Program Review Spring 2009 Conducted by: Eric Carlson

El Camino College Industry and Technology Division Engineering Technology Department Program Review Spring 2009 Conducted by: Eric Carlson El Camino College Industry and Technology Division Engineering Technology Department Program Review Spring 2009 Conducted by: Eric Carlson I. Overview A. Description of Program B. Status of Previous Recommendations

More information

Academic Affairs*, Learning Communities Program*, Adult Education, Admissions and Records

Academic Affairs*, Learning Communities Program*, Adult Education, Admissions and Records Student Engagement Understanding that learning is a collaborative effort, Cerritos College will provide relevant services, activities, and programs that inspire student engagement both in and out of the

More information

PROGRAM REVIEW Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Programs Without Specialized Accreditation. Summary of Findings 2011-2012

PROGRAM REVIEW Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Programs Without Specialized Accreditation. Summary of Findings 2011-2012 PROGRAM REVIEW Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Programs Without Specialized Accreditation Summary of Findings 2011-2012 Program Name: Technical Studies, Certificate Program Hours

More information

Itawamba Community College Program Review Career-Technical and Health Science Programs

Itawamba Community College Program Review Career-Technical and Health Science Programs Itawamba Community College Program Review Career-Technical and Health Science Programs I. Program Information 1. Name of Program Occupational Therapy Assistant Program 2. Submission Date of Program Review

More information

Two Faculty Hiring Requests for a tenured business instructor have been submitted: Fall 2008, Fall 2009.

Two Faculty Hiring Requests for a tenured business instructor have been submitted: Fall 2008, Fall 2009. Los Angeles Mission College One of the nine Los Angeles Community Colleges Business and Law Department Program Review/Unit Assessment Report to The Educational Planning Committee May 3, 2010 Background:

More information

Student Services Communication, Coordination, Consolidation and Collaboration Core Services As defined by accreditation standards and matriculation

Student Services Communication, Coordination, Consolidation and Collaboration Core Services As defined by accreditation standards and matriculation Department Service Admissions and Records Assessment Status Student Services Communication, Coordination, Consolidation and Collaboration Core Services As defined by accreditation standards and matriculation

More information

LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE 2011 2012 STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM REVIEW

LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE 2011 2012 STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM REVIEW LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE 2011 2012 STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM REVIEW DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT HEAD: Counseling Elizabeth Colocho PART I: MISSION 1. Describe the department/program function and purpose. The

More information

SUPPORTING STUDENTS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

SUPPORTING STUDENTS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM Executive Summary Student success matters and many community colleges are innovating and leading the way in finding solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing students. This report provides five

More information

SUPPORT SERVICES FOR STUDENTS

SUPPORT SERVICES FOR STUDENTS SUPPORT SERVICES FOR STUDENTS DEPARTMENT SERVICES OFFERED CAMPUS LOCATION PHONE ADMISSIONS Application, processing, change of City 45 Oak, Room 102 851-1155 program, matriculation, change of North S203

More information

DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF TUTORING AND ACADEMIC SKILLS CENTER (TASC) AND SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION (SI) BASIC FUNCTION

DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF TUTORING AND ACADEMIC SKILLS CENTER (TASC) AND SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION (SI) BASIC FUNCTION DESERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF TUTORING AND ACADEMIC SKILLS CENTER (TASC) AND SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION (SI) BASIC FUNCTION Under the direction of the Executive Dean of Institutional Effectiveness,

More information

Student Equity Plan. Mt. San Antonio College - Student Equity Plan - December 2014 Page 1

Student Equity Plan. Mt. San Antonio College - Student Equity Plan - December 2014 Page 1 Student Equity Plan Mt. San Antonio College - Student Equity Plan - December 2014 Page 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY An executive summary that includes, at a minimum, the student group for whom goals have been set,

More information

2016 Annual Report Final Submission 03/25/2016. Southwestern College 900 Otay Lakes Road Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299. Confirmed 18,037 4,038

2016 Annual Report Final Submission 03/25/2016. Southwestern College 900 Otay Lakes Road Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299. Confirmed 18,037 4,038 1 of 7 Help Logout 2016 Annual Report Final Submission 03/25/2016 Southwestern College 900 Otay Lakes Road Chula Vista, CA 91910-7299 General Information 1. Confirm logged into the correct institution's

More information

APPENDIX C I-BEST Enhanced FTE Plan. Plan Description

APPENDIX C I-BEST Enhanced FTE Plan. Plan Description APPENDIX C I-BEST Enhanced FTE Plan College: Renton Technical College Plan Approved: YES NO Plan Description Reviewers Findings Reviewer Comments PLAN OVERVIEW 1) Please list the professionaltechnical

More information

Norco s Proposed Strategic Initiatives 2005-2010 A Response to the RCCD Strategic Plan 2005-2010

Norco s Proposed Strategic Initiatives 2005-2010 A Response to the RCCD Strategic Plan 2005-2010 Norco s Proposed Strategic Initiatives 2005-2010 A Response to the RCCD Strategic Plan 2005-2010 The following strategies were developed at the Leadership Forum held at the Norco Campus on February 23-24,

More information

Teaching Writing in the Community College Implications for English Faculty and Community Colleges

Teaching Writing in the Community College Implications for English Faculty and Community Colleges Teaching Writing in the Community College Implications for English Faculty and Community Colleges Purpose Statement English departments and faculty in community colleges traditionally have been dedicated

More information

Skyline College Computer Science Program Review Executive Summary

Skyline College Computer Science Program Review Executive Summary Skyline College Computer Science Program Review Executive Summary Short Summary of Findings Computer Science has been quite honestly a program in search of an audience. Being in the midst of the most technically

More information

CERRITOS COLLEGE HEALTH OCCUPATIONS DIVISION ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM

CERRITOS COLLEGE HEALTH OCCUPATIONS DIVISION ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM CERRITOS COLLEGE HEALTH OCCUPATIONS DIVISION ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM DEAR APPLICANT: Thank you for your interest in the Associate Degree Nursing Program, which leads to eligibility for licensure

More information

Development of Health Career Pathway for California. Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner/Clinical Nurse Specialist Career Pathway

Development of Health Career Pathway for California. Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner/Clinical Nurse Specialist Career Pathway Development of Health Career Pathway for California Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner/Clinical Nurse Specialist Career Pathway 1 Current State As of February 2011, there were 9,458 psychiatric

More information

Program Planning and Assessment (PPA) for Services, Offices & Non-Instructional Programs. Comprehensive Review, Annual Review & Action Plan

Program Planning and Assessment (PPA) for Services, Offices & Non-Instructional Programs. Comprehensive Review, Annual Review & Action Plan Program Planning and Assessment (PPA) for Services, Offices & Non-Instructional Programs Comprehensive Review, Annual Review & Action Plan Spring 2015 The purpose of Program Planning and Assessment at

More information

National Standards. Council for Standards in Human Service Education. http://www.cshse.org 2013 (2010, 1980, 2005, 2009)

National Standards. Council for Standards in Human Service Education. http://www.cshse.org 2013 (2010, 1980, 2005, 2009) Council for Standards in Human Service Education National Standards ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN HUMAN SERVICES http://www.cshse.org 2013 (2010, 1980, 2005, 2009) I. GENERAL PROGRAM CHARACTERISTICS A. Institutional

More information

Student Success and Support Program Plan (Credit Students) 2014-15

Student Success and Support Program Plan (Credit Students) 2014-15 Student Success and Support Program Plan (Credit Students) 2014-15 District: _Citrus College College: _Citrus College Report Due Postmarked by Friday, October 17, 2014 Final Revision October 13, 2014 Email

More information

Salt Lake Community College ASSOCIATE DEAN (AD) MODEL PROCEDURES

Salt Lake Community College ASSOCIATE DEAN (AD) MODEL PROCEDURES PURPOSE: Salt Lake Community College values and endorses strong and effective academic leadership, and first tier academic leadership, Associate Deans (ADs), are the foundation for strong and effective

More information

CERRITOS COLLEGE HEALTH OCCUPATIONS DIVISION ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM INFORMATION PACKET www.cerritos.edu/ho

CERRITOS COLLEGE HEALTH OCCUPATIONS DIVISION ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM INFORMATION PACKET www.cerritos.edu/ho CERRITOS COLLEGE HEALTH OCCUPATIONS DIVISION ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM INFORMATION PACKET www.cerritos.edu/ho DEAR APPLICANT, Thank you for your interest in the Associate Degree Nursing Program,

More information

Norco College Student Success and Support Program Plan 2014-2015

Norco College Student Success and Support Program Plan 2014-2015 Norco College Student Success and Support Program Plan 2014-2015 Marissa Iliscupidez March 14, 2015 Riverside Community College District Measures Mandated Assessment/Orientation/Counseling (AOC) Required

More information

1. Instructional / Student Services Program Maintenance Proposals -APPROVED

1. Instructional / Student Services Program Maintenance Proposals -APPROVED I. EQUIPMENT 1. Instructional / Student Services Program Maintenance Proposals -APPROVED Replace Lab Computers in Room 235 ($49,500) Business These computers will be replaced, and the Dept will begin planning

More information

Skyline College Counseling Division- Spring, 2010 Program Review Executive Summary

Skyline College Counseling Division- Spring, 2010 Program Review Executive Summary Skyline College Counseling Division- Spring, 2010 Program Review Executive Summary Short Summary of Findings The Counseling Division is fully committed to maintaining access, success, and quality services

More information

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING Between the California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office and Bennett College This agreement is effective as of fall 2015 between Bennett College, an independent, nonprofit,

More information

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING Between the California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office and Dillard University This agreement is effective as of fall 2015 between Dillard University, an independent,

More information

ACCOUNTING PROGRAM REVIEW SELF-STUDY. Fall 2013

ACCOUNTING PROGRAM REVIEW SELF-STUDY. Fall 2013 ACCOUNTING PROGRAM REVIEW SELF-STUDY Fall 2013 ACCOUNTING 1.1 Introduction. The Accounting program at Solano College has the following two objectives: 1. offer the first year Principles of Accounting

More information

Higher Education. Higher Education Compact Funding Levels. Higher Education

Higher Education. Higher Education Compact Funding Levels. Higher Education Higher Education Total Funding The Budget continues to recognize the significant contributions and benefits to society from broad access to higher education at the University of California (UC), the California

More information

HIRING JUSTIFICATION FOR A FULL-TIME POLITICAL SCIENCE FACULTY MEMBER (2013-2014)

HIRING JUSTIFICATION FOR A FULL-TIME POLITICAL SCIENCE FACULTY MEMBER (2013-2014) HIRING JUSTIFICATION FOR A FULL-TIME POLITICAL SCIENCE FACULTY MEMBER (2013-2014) IPC/SSPC criteria for hiring faculty include a well written/presented proposal based on the current annual planning document

More information

EL CAMINO COLLEGE. Student Services Counseling Department 2013

EL CAMINO COLLEGE. Student Services Counseling Department 2013 EL CAMINO COLLEGE Student Services Counseling Department 2013 Student Population 1. Describe the program emphasizing the program s objectives and how the program supports the college s mission and vision

More information

Las Positas College ANNUAL PROGRAM REVIEW TEMPLATE Review of AY 2011-12. Name of Program Division Author(s) Geography ALSS Thomas Orf

Las Positas College ANNUAL PROGRAM REVIEW TEMPLATE Review of AY 2011-12. Name of Program Division Author(s) Geography ALSS Thomas Orf Las Positas College ANNUAL PROGRAM REVIEW TEMPLATE Review of AY 2011-12 Name of Program Division Author(s) Geography ALSS Thomas Orf INSTRUCTIONS: 1. This Annual Program Review covers the time frame academic

More information

Psychology Program Review 2006-2007

Psychology Program Review 2006-2007 Psychology Program Review 2006-2007 Spring 2007 Prepared By: Dr. Rick Brown Dr. Michael A. Hurtado Dr. Andrew Kim Carolyn Perry PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM REVIEW COMMITTEE MEMBERS 2006-2007 FACULTY: Dr. Rick Brown

More information

Fall 2014 LACCD District-wide Student Survey Results - Los Angeles Mission College

Fall 2014 LACCD District-wide Student Survey Results - Los Angeles Mission College Fall 2014 LACCD District-wide Student Survey Results - Los Angeles Mission College ***For data interpretation purposes, please use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.*** Gender

More information

Student Success and Support Program Plan (Credit Students) 2014-15

Student Success and Support Program Plan (Credit Students) 2014-15 Student Success and Support Program Plan (Credit Students) 201415 District: Los Rios Community College District College: Cosumnes River College Report Due Postmarked by Friday, October 17, 2014 Email report

More information

CARTERET COMMUNITY COLLEGE

CARTERET COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTENTS CARTERET COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2015-16 General Catalog (Effective 8/2015) Chapter 7: Corporate and Community Education Division 2 7.1. General Information 2 7.1.1. Admissions 2 7.1.2. Dual Enrollment

More information

STANDARD FOUR: EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS DESCRIPTION

STANDARD FOUR: EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS DESCRIPTION STANDARD FOUR: EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS The institution offers collegiate level programs in recognized fields of study that culminate in identified student competencies leading to degrees and certificates.

More information

COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS (BRIEF DESCRIPTIONS & FUNDING LEVELS 2011-12)

COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS (BRIEF DESCRIPTIONS & FUNDING LEVELS 2011-12) COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS (BRIEF DESCRIPTIONS & FUNDING LEVELS 2011-12) Overview In addition to the roughly $5.8 billion in funding provided to 72 Community College Districts (112 college

More information