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Assessment Committee Improvement Plan Review & Checklist – Student Services & Administrative Support

Program/Service Area:

Assessment Committee Member:

Date:

Please mark your response to the following statements (numbers before the statements represent the appropriate sections from the Assessment Plan Worksheet (worksheet #2) :

Statement

Yes

NI (needs improvement or more information)

No

1-1 Unit/Office/Program: The unit/office/program is identified.  

1-2 Assessment Period: The assessment period is identified.  Generally, this is a one year period and is aligned with the timeline in Appendix E of the IAP handbook regarding Program Review and Assessment Timeline.  

1-3 Submitted by & Date: The person directly responsible for completing the assessment plan submits the assessment plan to the committee.  Generally, this is the office or program head.  The assessment plan should be submitted in line with Appendix E of the IAP handbook regarding Program review and assessment timelines.

1-4 Date submitted: Date submitted  to supervisor.  

1-5 College (Institutional) Mission: The approved college mission is included in the plan.  

1-6 College Strategic Goals: The appropriate college’s strategic goals that the service area addresses are referenced.  Generally, an office or program will concentrate on one or two strategic goals.  Assessment plans for vice presidents, campus directors, program coordinators, etc. may address multiple strategic goals.  

1-7 Unit/Office/Program Mission: Administrative and student services - First present a philosophical statement related to your units/program/office followed by a listing of the services you provide.  The mission should have previously been endorsed by the appropriate college committee and approved by the college President.  

1-8 Unit/program goals:  Improvement goals are included that represent the long term aspirations of the program and follow the SMARTer (Specific, Measureable, Achievable, Realistic and Time bound) approach to goals development.  Instructional programs.  Administrative and students services see the section of the handbook for administrative and student services.  Some key points: make sure the goals are related to student learning and success.  Make sure the goals reflect institutional/department priorities.  Are the goals SMARTer (specific, measurable, achievement, realistic and time bound)?The program goals have been endorsed by the appropriate committee and approved by the President.  A copy of the approved worksheet # 1 should be attached to the assessment plan.  

2-10 Unit/program outcomes/objectives:  Administrative and students services see the section of the handbook for administrative and student services.  Look for:

o

Does at least one objective address college wide improvement needs in the service area?

o

Does at least one objective is recommended relate to immediate improvement needs of the office or service area or address needs of the specific site?

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