The Guardian Scholars Program follows the CCSF assessment process as documented on the Outcomes Assessment Reporting website.
The Guardian Scholars Program is committed to helping college-bound students, exiting the foster care system, by providing a comprehensive support program to be successful in college. We serve as a resource center, providing assistance to students with their development of educational skills such as achieving an associate degree, completing a certificate program, or transferring to a university; as well as developing interpersonal skills to help them become self-sufficient role-models and individuals in their community. We also provide direct services, such as book vouchers and transportation, to assist with college costs, and referrals to community-based resources as needed and available. Our goal is to support our students so they can realize their dreams.
Our programs are on a regular cycle of review, during which outcomes are updated and revised. Program Outcomes are mapped to ILOs as shown below:
After receiving services from the Guardian Scholars Program, students will be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of program requirements and services. (ILO I.2. Critical Thinking and Information Competency: Locate, evaluate, synthesize, and appropriately use multiple forms of information; ILO II.1. Communication: Communicate effectively; ILO II.2. Demonstrate respectful interpersonal and intercultural communication).
For Reference: Institutional
Learning Outcomes (ILOs)