The Office of New Student Counseling outcomes-assessment process is documented and described below. For more details, view the rest of our department website.
New Student Counseling Department (NSCD) assists new and continuing students access a wide variety of counseling services to help plan for, adjust to, and succeed in college. These services can assist students in developing the necessary skills to effectively pursue educational and career goals.
These programs areas are on a regular cycle of review, during which outcomes are updated and revised. For assessment details and timelines see links for progress reports in right side column.
Student Learning Outcome Goals:
New Student Counseling offers services in the form of new student
orientations, classes, individual counseling, and workshops. The
Department has goals for what it wants students to learn through
their participation of each service. The counseling and orientation sevices share goals which were chosen by the department as a whole. These goals are that students will be able to:
1. Navigate educational and student support services to enhance their success. (ILO I.2. Critical Thinking and Information Competency: Locate, evaluate, synthesize, and appropriately use multiple forms of information; ILO IV.1. Personal and Career Development: Identify and develop helpful resources and opportunities).
2. Make decisions related to their educational and personal goals. (ILO I.1. Critical Thinking and Information Competency: Apply critical and creative reasoning, including diverse perspectives, to address complex problems; ILO IV.2. Personal and Career Development: Demonstrate self-reflection and confidence).
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Course outlines are on a regular cycle of review, during which class outcomes are updated and revised. For assessment details and timelines see links for progress reports in right side column.