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City College of San Francisco
Annual Program Review

Last update 11-15-2011

  PLEASE USE THE REFERENCES BELOW WHEN COMPLETING YOUR PROGRAM REVIEW.
  Program Review Timeline for 2010-11 Amended
  Blank Annual Program Review form for 2010-11
   
  Question 1, Program Review glossary & Student demographics links are:
  Program Review Glossary
  CCSF Student Demographics
  City-wide Demographics
  CCSF Student Success

  Question 6, College Plans are available at this link:
  CCSF College Plans

  Completed program review documents are available at these links:
  FTP instructions: The FTP sites below function similarly to regular web links -- just click on the link to get to the next folder or open a document. Each folder is identified as a "Directory" and contains multiple documents. Documents end in doc, docx, pdf, or xls. You may be asked to enter a username and password; however, no password is required. Simply hit the ESC key. We are working to develop a more "elegant" site for future use. In the meantime, we trust you can find the documents you seek via these FTP links. If you do encounter difficulties, please email research@ccsf.edu
  CCSF 2010-11 Program Review
  CCSF 2009-10 Program Review
  CCSF 2008-09 Program Review (pilot year)
   
  Program Review Committee Reports to College's Planning & Budgeting Council
  2010-2011 Themes for Commendations, Challenges, and Concerns
  2010-2011 Overview of Resources Needed
   
  Evaluations of the Program Review System:
  2011 evaluation of the program review system
  2009 evaluation of the program review system
   
  For the most prompt response, please direct any questions about program review to research@ccsf.edu
   
  Please visit the Decision Support System for daily updated current enrollment data and information from Spring 1998-present on course and section demand, student headcount and characteristics, student success, and enrollment productivity.
   
   
   
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