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.
The CONTINUING STUDENT COUNSELING department's assessment process is documented and described below. For more details, please contact the department chair, and view the rest of our department website.
Within the Continuing Student Counseling Department, we strive to assist students to develop skills to succeed in college, graduate, earn certificates, transfer, and to create and to maintain meaningful careers. Additionally, we endeavor to assist students to reflect on and articulately express their thoughts, values, skills, and interests, and to contribute to society in meaningful ways. To this end, our program of counseling services and courses will guide students to:
- Apply self-assessment information to academic and career exploration.
- Construct and take proactive steps to manage and overcome academic and personal obstacles.
- Compare and contrast college majors and transfer institutions thoroughly before making a decision.
- Identify and analyze their rights and responsibilities.
- Investigate ways to contribute to society.
- Apply research skills while taking action to create academic, career, and life options.
- Recognize and value diversity within themselves and among others.
|General Academic Counseling|
|International Student Counseling|
|University Intern Training & Development|
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.
|Career Classes: LERN 60
|Career Classes: LERN 61|
|Career Classes: LERN 62
|Career Classes: LERN 63|
|Career Classes: LERN 64|
|Career Classes: LERN 68|
|Career Classes: LERN 1062|