The HARTS Programs's outcomes-assessment process is documented and described below. For more details, view the rest of our department website.
The HARTS Program of City College of San Francisco is dedicated to creating paths out of poverty and homelessness by providing access, advocacy, resources, and support for homeless, formerly homeless, and at-risk students within the college, and for those potential students in similar situations who wish to return to the educational setting. Emphasis is on building partnerships designed to directly impact homelessness by linking the resources of City College to the broader community agencies and those of the agencies to City College.
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.
Program Outcomes: after students receive services from our department, they will:
- Have confidence in their ability to complete an A.A. degree
- Have a higher degree of perseverance in programs
- Feel wanted and supported in their College careers
- Have fewer withdrawals and higher GPA's for continuing students