Institutional Learning Outcomes
Institutional Student Learning Outcomes align with the ICC Mission Statement, and have been endorsed by the Faculty Association and voted into policy by the Board of Trustees. It is with these outcomes in mind that Academic Affairs and Student Services programs develop assessable program and course outcomes. The four broad institutional student learning outcomes at ICC are:
- Thinking: Stakeholders will demonstrate the ability to think critically, to evaluate information analytically, and to use ideas in creative and innovative ways.
- Communication: Stakeholders will demonstrate the ability to express ideas and information effectively.
- Literacy: Stakeholders will demonstrate the ability to master concepts and terminology.
- Responsibility: Stakeholders will demonstrate the ability to reason ethically as responsible citizens.
The institutional outcomes assessment process at ICC includes annual cross-curricular assessment of a general education outcome as well as academic and administrative/student support unit program level assessment.
Institutional Assessment Reports
2015 Community College Survey of Student Engagement Summary Report
2016 Campus Culture Survey Summary Report
2016 Integrated Post Secondary Data System (IPEDS) Data Feedback Report
2016 National Community College Benchmark Project Summary Report
2016 Noel Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Report
Alignment of Departmental Review
Assuring Quality: An Institutional Self-Assessment
Beginning Our Outcomes Assessment Journey
ICC Educational Effectiveness Framework
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