The Student Activities Office outcomes-assessment process is documented and described below. For more details, view the rest of our department website.
The Student Activities Office facilitates student empowerment, leadership, and advocacy by strengthening student participation in the life, governance and success of the college. The office provides resources, support and training to eight Associated Student Councils, and more than 60 clubs, student organizations and resource centers.
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Catalog Listings: Leadership Development Skills
These programs areas are on a regular cycle of review, during which outcomes are updated and revised. See service area details below, with links to outcomes and timeline for advancing to next stage of assessment.
| Program area
|Associated Student Councils|
| Student Clubs
| Student Employees
Student Learning Outcomes
As a result of enrolling in SL 12 and SL 12A students will be able to concisely articulate their top three leadership goals, including specific actions to make progress towards their goals by the end of the semester.
As a result of their participation in the departmental student employment program, students will identify and exhibit characteristics associated with effective employees (i.e. timeliness, accurate task completion, appropriate behavior, confidentiality, etc.), effectively articulate and interpret departmental policies and procedures, and demonstrate respect and courtesy to students, faculty, staff, and community members who interact with the office.
As a result of their involvement in Associated Students Council(s), students will develop the ability to effectively plan, organize, and facilitate meetings following parliamentary procedure, Robert's Rules of Order, and the Brown Act.
As a result of their involvement in the Inter-Club Council, students will develop the ability to plan, organize, and execute successful and diverse programming and campus wide events.
As a result of their participation in the Associated Students Council(s), students will learn fundamental elements of leadership and be able to demonstrate an understanding of self-awareness, group dynamics and conflict resolution, fiscal management, event planning, and communication skills and techniques.
As a result of their participation in student clubs, students will enhance their awareness and commitment towards effective citizenship, service, and social responsibility via community service projects and campus wide events.
Course outlines are on a regular cycle of review, during which class outcomes are updated and revised. See details below, with links to SLOs or course outlines with embedded SLOs and a timeline for advancing to next stage of assessment.