Strategic Planning Process
Strategic Plan 2002-2006
Strategic Plan 2006-2011
Assessment of Student Learning
Institutional Effectiveness Data
Survey of Student Engagement
Faculty Survey of Student Engagement
Student Success Data
Graduation and Transfer Data
Fall 2005 Credit Enrollment Report
Spring 2006 Credit Enrollment Report
Socioeconomic Benefits Report
Placement Test Data
Capital Licensure Examinations 1997-2004
NEASC Accreditation Self Study
Policy and Structure for the long run
Capital Community College is committed to ongoing assessment of student learning outcomes. With that in mind, a committee of faculty and staff members met for five years to explore the opportunities and pitfalls of assessment ventures and to recommend a framework for governing assessment in a way that fits our ongoing management and governance structures. The group drafted two documents:
The group drafted two documents:
A. Policy Statement on Student Learning Assessment
B. Design for Student Learning Assessment
The Policy Statement advocates guidelines for staying on track and avoiding excesses of data for which there is no clear use. The second page lists seven basic principles for assuring that assessment efforts remain connected to the questions that matter most to us.
The Design presents a
structure for incorporating the activities of student learning assessment
within the existing college decision-making system. Its second page identifies where responsibility will be located for each of three types of activity.
Click here for a pdf version of these two documents
ASSESSMENT PROCESS LINKS
Comments on and illustrations of the following topics are available through these links:
- Engaging Faculty by finding a common language between assessment planners and teachers.
- Templates for course objectives and program goals.
- Assessment Policy for incorporating assessment into college structures.
- Five Year Plan for the development of a replicable pattern and sustainable pace