The College Will Close at 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 15

For the safety of students and staff, the College will close all locations at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018. Normal business operations and activities resume on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. To get the latest weather updates, check your College email or refer to the College websites ccp.edu and myccp.online. You can also check CBS 3, NBC 10, 6ABC and Fox 29 for school closings, or follow the College’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.

For the safety of students and staff, the College will close all locations at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018.

Program Level Assessment

Each academic program has identified specific student learning outcomes that each graduate of that program is expected to master. These program-level student learning outcomes (PLOs) are assessed on an annual basis and also, in a more summative audit, every five years.

Annually

Each year, targeted PLOs are assessed by studying student performance in mapped courses or in various capstone experiences. In this process, the faculty members identify the PLO, determine and utilize direct and indirect source(s) of evidence that best serve to indicate student mastery, and then make decisions based upon findings.

Also on an annual basis, faculty members in each academic program complete the Quality and Visibility Indicators (QVI) Report, which gathers evidence of the program’s quality and viability.  

QVI Guidelines

Every 5 Years

Each academic program undergoes a Program Review every five years. This cumulative 5-year audit, produced in collaboration between faculty and the Office of Assessment and Evaluation, addresses quality and viability indicators as well as consideration and analysis of PLO assessment findings.