Pueblo Community College is committed to our students’ success, and assessment is a critical part of our strategy to continuously improve student learning and ensure that PCC students are fully equipped with the valuable skills and knowledge they will need to be successful in their future endeavors.
Assessment of Student Learning is a comprehensive initiative to evaluate student learning across the college with respect to particular goals and outcomes that we value and desire for our students, with the ultimate aim of strengthening our programs by offering students plentiful and varied opportunities to develop, reinforce, and master those competencies throughout their studies at PCC.
Assessment of Student Learning Coordinator
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The process of assessment is ongoing and cyclical, following these core steps:
Successful and meaningful Assessment of Student Learning is collaborative and faculty-driven, requiring the participation of all who are interested in the quality of the educational experience we offer at Pueblo Community College, including students, faculty, administrators, and community partners.
Discover a range of assessment materials including our shared goals as an institution, rubrics for assessing core learning outcomes, current activities, training and support resources, recent assessment results, and future plans for improvement.
The broader, college-wide goals for student learning are known as Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs). All programs at Pueblo Community College emphasize experiences that promote learning in these five areas: