Student Success: Connecting the Dots
Over the course of the past few years, the work of curriculum, general education, assessment, and academic program review has become more purposefully integrated. Adopting a build-it-in versus add-it-on approach, the systems of the college now support an holistic collective responsibility for improving and enhancing student learning. Evidence of this systematic enculturation can be seen in the following:
 
 
 

 
New Studies:
Collective Responsibility Surveys—faculty, staff, students
Computer and Information Literacy College-wide Results
CCSSE Findings about General Education
Oral and Written Communication
 
Improved Alignment:
            Current Student Survey
            Point of Graduation
            Survey of Recent Graduates
            Employer Follow-up