Healthy Program Reporting (HPR) provides the college an opportunity to review, analyze, and assess the quality of a program with respect to student learning outcomes (SLOs), Critical Core Key Indicators, Distance Education Assessment, and Quality Metrics that evaluate the student experience, and community and college impact. The process fosters academic excellence, helps programs determine how to improve the quality of their offerings, and provides guidance to faculty and administration in decisions for continuous improvements.
Healthy Program Reporting Cycle and Evaluation
Healthy Program Reporting is a formal, systematic two-year cycle review process conducted in collaboration with Academic Affairs administration and Planning and Research staff, and led by faculty members in each educational program.
All programs are reviewed every two years. In Year 1 (i.e., years ending in odd numbers such as 2017), programs report results of assessing direct evidence of student learning and on plans they have made to increase student success. During Year 2 (years ending in even numbers such as 2018), programs report on progress they have made in implementing the plans for improvements stated the year before.
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