SLO Assessment Process

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.

Assessment results and progress are documented each semester in our Assessment Progress Reports with highlights each year in our Program Review.

Counseling Program Outcomes

These programs areas are on a regular cycle of review, during which outcomes are updated and revised.

Program areas:

General Academic Counseling

By the end of the Graduation Petition Workshop, students will become knowledgeable about basic requirements for the grad petitions, the information to bring to their appointments such as transcripts from other colleges, ideas about a major, unit requirements, and catalog year.

Career Counseling

By participating in the employment recruitment workshop, students will gain knowledge of internship opportunities, the needed qualifications, requirements, and the application process and internship expectations.

International Student Counseling

By the end of the OPT workshop, students will gain knowledge of the qualifications, procedures, and eligibility for applying for OPT.

Instructor Liaison

By participating in the workshop on CCSF graduation requirements for students enrolled in a designated section of English 91, students will demonstrate an increase in knowledge about CCSF requirements for graduation, including majors, GPA, academic renewal, catalog rights, general education, units, and transfer and will apply the knowledge to the creation of an educational plan.

Probation Classes

By the end of the counseling appointment to follow up on the material covered in the Lern 52B, students will construct an Academic Success Plan that will demonstrate the student's understanding of work/life/college balance and their knowledge of and willingness to use campus student services.

Transfer Counseling

By the end of the workshop, students will gain knowledge and understanding of the steps to transferring to a college/university, minimum transfer eligibility requirements, finding the classes required for the major to transfer, of knowing about the UC TAG Program.

University Intern Training & Development

By the end of the training module for interns entitled, "What's Up," interns will identify areas in which they would like future training.

Veterans Counseling

By the end of a counseling appointment with a Veteran’s counselor, students will have acquired knowledge about benefits and services available, educational planning, appropriate referrals for added personal and emotional support, registration information, and transfer information.

Student Athletes

By the end of the orientation for student athletes, students will become knowledgeable about Associate Degree and transfer requirements, eligibility rules to compete at the community college level, and recruitment criteria used by the NCAA.

Leadership Mastery Skills

By the end of a module entitled Life Skills, students will have gained knowledge about personal integrity, attitudes, beliefs, values, ethics and personal choices and will have applied these skill sets in a work/life/college situation.

Instructional Program Outcomes

Course Outcomes

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.

Mapping for Institutional Learning Outcomes

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