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Student Services at Santa Rosa Junior College is committed to promoting learning and enhancing the development of all SRJC students. Student learning outcomes assessment is woven into all Student Services programs. The systematic and meaningful assessment of student learning and development helps ensure that SRJC Student Services programs meet the diverse and changing needs of our students.
Each program in Student Services has student learning outcome statements to guide the assessment and enhance the learning of students as they become involved with Student Services programs. The SLOs were developed in a collaborative manner by the directors, faculty, and/or staff in each Student Services program, with consideration of program standards and college initiatives as appropriate. The Student Learning Outcome statements reflect the overarching knowledge, skills, abilities, or values that students should demonstrate as a result of their participation in or interaction with, a Student Services program at SRJC. For more about writing Student Services SLO Statements, see the Forms and Procedures page.
Ongoing assessment of student learning and development is an important way for every program to determine its effectiveness in reaching its goals. In keeping with accreditation standards and SRJC expectations, each Student Services department is responsible for developing a plan for a regular cycle of assessment of each of its SLOs. Based on that plan, every program conducts an assessment on at least one SLO each year to determine the degree to which students are achieving the outcome(s). Assessment results help directors, faculty, and/or staff recognize the positive aspects of their program and to make any changes that might improve student interaction and learning within that program. Several steps are involved in the development, implementation, and documentation of each SLO Assessment.
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