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Updates from the SLO Coordination Team - S' 2017

June 2, 2017

 

Dear Faculty and Chairs

A final reminder of the upcoming help labs scheduled on Thursday (tomorrow, June 1) and Friday (June 2) for CRN-level SLO assessment for Spring 2017.  Please note: On June 2, the TLC will be open ONLY for assessment that day - CANVAS and other Distance Learning Support will not be available.  The TLC is in Batmale 313.

The due date for grades and assessment reports is Friday June 2nd (THIS Friday).    Want to check to see if your submission was successful? You can check the list of Unsubmitted CRNs.  This list is typically updated every evening, so if you've submitted since the last update, and your course is still on the list, check back after the next update.

Last Drop-In Help:

Thursday, June 1, 11am - 1pm  AND
Friday, June 2, 10am – 1 pm (final drop in lab until Fall Semester)

If you have questions about CRN-level reporting, but cannot make it to a drop-in help lab, it's possible that one of the options below may help:

1.     Forgot your password? Contact the IT helpdesk (be sure you explain to them that you are asking for a password reset for the CurricUNET Assessment Module).  Remember that the CurricUNET Assessment Module does NOT use the RAM ID.  Your username is your ccsf email address (for example: smiragli@ccsf.edu), and your password is whatever you set to last time. It is static – it doesn’t change.  Hopefully you wrote it down!
2.     CRN Report task guide: (step by step instructions for submitting a CRN-level report): 
 CRN-level
3.     Video instructions:
 (6.5 min, 14 MB) Video Only  |  Video with CC
4.     Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. No help guaranteed during holidays, weekends, and breaks

 

Happy reporting, and have an even happier summer!  

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team)

 

 

May 31, 2017

 

Dear Faculty and Chairs

A final reminder of the upcoming help labs scheduled on Thursday (tomorrow, June 1) and Friday (June 2) for CRN-level SLO assessment for Spring 2017.  Please note: On June 2, the TLC will be open ONLY for assessment that day - CANVAS and other Distance Learning Support will not be available.  The TLC is in Batmale 313.

The due date for grades and assessment reports is Friday June 2nd (THIS Friday).    Want to check to see if your submission was successful? You can check the list of Unsubmitted CRNs.  This list is typically updated every evening, so if you've submitted and your course is still on the list, check back after the next update.

Thursday, June 1, 11am - 1pm  AND
Friday, June 2, 10am – 1 pm (final drop in lab until Fall Semester)

If you have questions about CRN-level reporting, but cannot make it to a drop-in help lab, it's possible that one of the options below may help:

1.     Forgot your password? Contact the IT helpdesk (be sure you explain to them that you are asking for a password reset for the CurricUNET Assessment Module).  Remember that the CurricUNET Assessment Module does NOT use the RAM ID.  Your username is your ccsf email address (for example: smiragli@ccsf.edu), and your password is whatever you set to last time. It is static – it doesn’t change.  Hopefully you wrote it down!
2.     CRN Report task guide: (step by step instructions for submitting a CRN-level report): 
 CRN-level
3.     Video instructions:
 (6.5 min, 14 MB) Video Only  |  Video with CC
4.     Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. No help guaranteed during holidays, weekends, and breaks

 

Happy reporting, and have an even happier summer!

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team)

 

 

 

May 24, 2017

 

Dear Faculty and Chairs

 

Just another quick reminder of the upcoming help labs scheduled for CRN-level SLO assessment for Spring 2017.  Please note: On June 2, the TLC will be open ONLY for assessment that day - CANVAS and other Distance Learning Support will not be available.

 

The due date for grades and assessment reports is Friday June 2nd (Friday).    Want to check to see if your submission was successful? You can check the list ofUnsubmitted CRNs.  This list is typically updated every evening, so if you've submitted and your course is still on the list, check back after the next update.

 

Drop-in SLO Coordinator Support

The best way to obtain individual support for your SLO assessment is to stop by a drop-in help lab before the summer starts! SLO Coordinators will be in the TLC (Batmale 313) to help you with your CRN-level assessments on the following upcoming dates prior to the deadline:  But....there are only two more opportunities!  Mark your calendars!

 

Thursday, June 1, 11am - 1pm  AND

Friday, June 2, 10am – 1 pm (final drop in lab until Fall Semester)

 

If you have questions about CRN-level reporting, but cannot make it to a drop-in help lab, it's possible that one of the options below may help:

 

1.     Forgot your password? Contact the IT helpdesk (be sure you explain to them that you are asking for a password reset for the CurricUNET Assessment Module).  Remember that the CurricUNET Assessment Module does NOT use the RAM ID.  Your username is your ccsf email address (for example: smiragli@ccsf.edu), and your password is whatever you set to last time. It is static – it doesn’t change.  Hopefully you wrote it down!

2.     CRN Report task guide: (step by step instructions for submitting a CRN-level report): 
 CRN-level

3.     Video instructions:
 (6.5 min, 14 MB) Video Only  |  Video with CC

4.     Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. No help guaranteed during holidays, weekends, and breaks

 

 

Please plan ahead! If you know you’ll need help, take advantage of the resources above now.  If you need help, please see us between now and June 2.  After June 2 we will be available only by email, and will be responding infrequently.   

 

 

Thank you!

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordinators)

sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu

 

 

 

May 17, 2017

 

Dear Faculty and Chairs,

 

Just another quick reminder of the upcoming help labs scheduled for CRN-level SLO assessment for Spring 2017.  Please note there is a Friday schedule shift on June 2 to accommodate early closing of the TLC due to staffing shortages.

 

The due date for grades and assessment reports is Friday June 2nd (Friday).    

 

Drop-in SLO Coordinator Support

The best way to obtain individual support for your SLO assessment is to stop by a drop-in help lab before the summer starts! SLO Coordinators will be in the TLC (Batmale 313) to help you with your CRN-level assessments on the following upcoming dates prior to the deadline:

 

 

Friday, May 19, 11am – 1pm

Monday, May 22, 10am – 1pm (NOTE – held in SCIE 330, bring your own laptop)

Tuesday, May 23, 11:30 - 2:30

Thursday, June 1, 11am - 1pm

Friday, June 2, 10am – 1 pm (final drop in lab until Fall Semester)

 

 

If you have questions about CRN-level reporting, but cannot make it to a drop-in help lab, it's possible that one of the options below may help:

 

1.     Forgot your password? Contact the IT helpdesk (be sure you explain to them that you are asking for a password reset for the CurricUNET Assessment Module).  Remember that the CurricUNET Assessment Module does NOT use the RAM ID.  Your username is your ccsf email address (for example: smiragli@ccsf.edu), and your password is whatever you set to last time. It is static – it doesn’t change.  Hopefully you wrote it down!

2.     CRN Report task guide: (step by step instructions for submitting a CRN-level report): 
 CRN-level

3.     Video instructions:
 (6.5 min, 14 MB) Video Only  |  Video with CC

4.     Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. No help guaranteed during holidays, weekends, and breaks

 

 

Please plan ahead! If you know you’ll need help, take advantage of the resources above now.  If you need help, please see us between now and June 2.  After June 2 we will be available only by email, and will be responding infrequently.   

 

 

Thank you!

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordinators)

sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu

 

 

May 11, 2017

 

Dear Faculty and Chairs,

 

Just another quick reminder of the upcoming help labs scheduled for CRN-level SLO assessment for Spring 2017.

 

The due date for grades and assessment reports is Friday June 2nd (Friday).    

 

Drop-in SLO Coordinator Support

The best way to obtain individual support for your SLO assessment is to stop by a drop-in help lab before the summer starts! SLO Coordinators will be in the TLC (Batmale 313) to help you with your CRN-level assessments on the following upcoming dates prior to the deadline:

 

Friday, May 12, 11am – 1pm

Tuesday, May 16, 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Friday, May 19, 11am – 1pm

Monday, May 22, 10am – 1pm (NOTE – held in SCIE 330, bring your own laptop)

Tuesday, May 23, 11:30 - 2:30

Thursday, June 1, 11am - 1pm 

Friday, June 2, 11am – 2 pm (final drop in lab until Fall Semester)

 

If you have questions about CRN-level reporting, but cannot make it to a drop-in help lab, it's possible that one of the options below may help:

 

1.     Forgot your password? Contact the IT helpdesk (be sure you explain to them that you are asking for a password reset for the CurricUNET Assessment Module).  Remember that the CurricUNET Assessment Module does NOT use the RAM ID.  Your username is your ccsf email address (for example: smiragli@ccsf.edu), and your password is whatever you set to last time. It is static – it doesn’t change.  Hopefully you wrote it down!

2.     CRN Report task guide: (step by step instructions for submitting a CRN-level report): 
 CRN-level

3.     Video instructions:
 (6.5 min, 14 MB) Video Only  |  Video with CC

4.     Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. No help guaranteed during holidays, weekends, and breaks

 

Please plan ahead! If you know you’ll need help, take advantage of the resources above now.  If you need help, please see us between now and June 2.  After June 2 we will be available only by email, and will be responding infrequently.   

 

Thank you!

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordinators)

sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu

 

 

 

May 3, 2017

 

Dear Faculty and Chairs,

 

The end of the semester is rapidly approaching!  The CRN-level assessment reporting deadline is the SAME DAY GRADES ARE DUE.  A CRN-level assessment report is required for every section of every course.  If you were the primary instructor of a section this semester, you need to submit a report. 

 

 

The due date for grades and assessment reports is Friday June 2nd (Friday).    

 

Drop-in SLO Coordinator Support

The best way to obtain individual support for your SLO assessment is to stop by a drop-in help lab before the summer starts! SLO Coordinators will be in the TLC (Batmale 313) to help you with your CRN-level assessments on the following upcoming dates prior to the deadline:

 

Friday, May 5, 11am – 1pm

Tuesday, May 9, 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Friday, May 12, 11am – 1pm

Tuesday, May 16, 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Friday, May 19, 11am – 1pm

Monday, May 22, 10am – 1pm (NOTE – held in SCIE 330, bring your own laptop)

Tuesday, May 23, 11:30 - 2:30

Thursday, June 1, 11am - 1pm 

Friday, June 2, 11am – 2 pm (final drop in lab until Fall Semester)

 

 

If you have questions about CRN-level reporting, but cannot make it to a drop-in help lab, it's possible that one of the options below may help:

 

1.     Forgot your password? Contact the IT helpdesk (be sure you explain to them that you are asking for a password reset for the CurricUNET Assessment Module).  Remember that the CurricUNET Assessment Module does NOT use the RAM ID.  Your username is your ccsf email address (for example: smiragli@ccsf.edu), and your password is whatever you set to last time. It is static – it doesn’t change.  Hopefully you wrote it down!

2.     CRN Report task guide: (step by step instructions for submitting a CRN-level report): 
 CRN-level

3.     Video instructions:
 (6.5 min, 14 MB) Video Only  |  Video with CC

4.     Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. No help guaranteed during holidays, weekends, and breaks

 

 

 

Please plan ahead! If you know you’ll need help, take advantage of the resources above now.  If you need help, please see us between now and June 2.  After June 2 we will be available only by email, and will be responding infrequently.   

 

 

Thank you!

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordinators)

sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu

 

 

April 26, 2017

 

Dear Faculty,

 

Thank you for participating in last week’s College Assessment Day activities.  We hope you found the day to be productive.  

 

If you haven't already done so, please take a moment to complete the Flex survey . . . https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FlexApril20.

 

Thank you!

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team)

 

 

April 20, 2017

 

Dear College Community;

 

Welcome to FLEX!  We hope you have a productive day and enjoy  spending time with colleagues discussing the teaching, learning and support that we do here at CCSF.

 

Last minute resources:

The 4/20 webpage has links to all of the resources for the day:  http://www.ccsf.edu/en/about-city-college/slo/professional_development/2016_2017_Workshops/April_20_2017_FLEX.html

 

Faculty:

Wonder where your department is meeting?  Check here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1naC5Im1NuYPQwVoyyLx9ftr8YIxkUWLRoxexYzW368U/edit?usp=sharing

 

If you are planning to attend an SLO Coordinator Workshop, you have two options:

Sheri Miraglia will be in SCIE 136 from 10-12

Craig Kleinman will be in R 304 10-12

 

If you need computer access, the following spaces will be open beginning at 1 pm:

·      TLC (Batmale 313)

·      English Lab: Ocean Center: Rosenberg 205

·      Rosenberg Library R414

·      Library 4th Floor

 

At the end of the day – please complete the END OF DAY SURVEY!

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team) 

 

 

April 18, 2017

 

Dear College Community,

 

As Barack Obama said on the campaign trail back in 2007, "The point was to inhale. That was the point."  And now for us it's time to inhale the mysteries and magic of aggregate assessment.  Believe it or not, you've waited three years to inhale, for the last aggregate assessment occurred in fall 2014 back in the pre-CurricUNET days.  Since we don't want any of 4/20 to be wasted and just go up in smoke, please review this 4/20 printable overview and its linked resources asap, and please urge your colleagues to do the same so that Thursday will be that much more meaningful and productive.  That page includes a link to the schedule and room assignments, as well links to all of the training materials that many instructional faculty will use in the morning session. As you have probably seen on the main 4/20 page, there will be special sessions for student services, librarians, and admin.  Good stuff will be happening for everybody, and we definitely want the morning to end on a high note so that everyone can enjoy their munchies at lunch.  Surely you will have the munchies on 4/20.

 

The afternoon will be pretty flexible since that is when faculty should be working on and talking about the reports being submitted.  In fact, several big labs will be open for various groups from different departments to come and work. We're hoping that faculty will not work in isolation, that they will talk to and support each other, regardless of where they are completing the actual work on courses and programs (degrees and certificates).  Spending time together documenting work, reflecting critically on what's been happening in courses and programs, and having enlightening conversations should help the afternoon sessions end on an even higher note than the morning sessions.  Hey, wow, there's even a brief evening session for evening instructors.

 

Will you need hard copies of any of these training resources linked from the printable 4/20 overview sheet? (If you're a facilitator, please think carefully about this.) Some printed copies will be available at breakfast, but if you have a laptop or a tablet, bring it on 4/20.  Fire it up for these beauties:

·       Course-level Aggregate Assessment Handout

·       Blank Aggregate Assessment Analysis Form: (CurricUNET style but printable/writable)

·       Slideshow: Course-level and Program Aggregate Assessment Reporting (awesome show!)

·       Game: Assessment of Assessment (rank reports to clarify criteria and get ideas) 

Newly Added--Rubric / Scoring Sheet to help w/ evaluating aggregate reports (not just in the game)

·       Course Outcomes Assessment Tracker Template (to plot out future semesters)

·       Task Guide: Course Level (SLO Aggregate)

·       Task Guide:  Certificate or Major PSLO Report

·       Task Guide: AUO, SSO or academic or student service area SLO

 

Anyway, this should be a great day, so please spread the word, and please share the overview and resource links with colleagues.

 

Thank you!

 

Craig Kleinman for the SLO Coordination Team

ckleinman@ccsf.edu

 

 

April 5, 2017

 

Dear College Community;

 

The semester is flying by!  We wanted to take this mid-semester opportunity to send a few reminders.

 

1.  We hope assessment work is going smoothly!  A reminder that spring CRN-level SLO Reports will be due the same day as grades (Friday, June 2).  

 

2.  This will be the first summer where CRN-level SLO reports are also due for summer classes - the due date will again be the same day as grades (Tuesday, August 1).  

 

3.  If you need help with assessment, SLO Coordinators hold two drop-in labs EVERY week in the TLC (Batmale 313).   Come see us!  We would love to help you with all things assessment - writing reports, using CurricUNET, etc.   Note that our availability will be limited over the summer, so come and see us now if you will need help.

 

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support in the TLC, Batmale 313

  • Every Tuesday: 1:30-2:30 - Craig Kleinman 
  • Every Friday:  11-1 - Sheri Miraglia

4.  Don't forget our upcoming FLEX day on April 20th, which will focus on assessment in all college areas, including course-aggregate and program-aggregate assessment in Instructional areas.  See the attached file for a printable flyer with all of the schedules for the day.

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team)

 

 

March 21, 2017

 


Dear College Community;

 

As you are aware, we have a college wide FLEX day scheduled for April 20th.  The theme is "College Assessment Day" and it's the day you've always dreamed of 😊 (and asked us for!).  We are focusing on addressing three requests/comments that we hear frequently:

 

1. When can I find time to work with my colleagues on assessment reports for my program/department/service/discipline?

2. What are we supposed to write about in our reports?

3. How do we use CurricUNET to submit these assessment reports?

 

The big day is one month away!  We have created a website that has the day's schedules, and a variety of resources for you to peruse at your leisure.

 

Please contact a CCSF SLO Coordinator with any questions!

 

Sheri Miraglia (sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu)

Craig Kleinman (ckleinman@ccsf.edu)

Andrea Niosi (andrea.niosi@mail.ccsf.edu)

 

March 17, 2017

 

Dear College Community;

 

Please comment on the new Health Knowledge and Physical Skills (Area G) gen ed learning outcomes report, especially if you teach Area G classes.  We would also love to discuss the report in person with faculty and administrators at this Monday's forum, 12-1:30, in MUB 170.

Craig Kleinman, SLO Coordinator

ckleinman@ccsf.edu

 

 

March 13, 2017

 

Dear Colleagues - 

There will be no SLO support in the TLC tomorrow (Tuesday, 3/14) as Craig will be attending (and speaking at!) the Innovations Conference.

 

Support will resume this Friday from 11-1.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support in the TLC, Batmale 313

  • Every Tuesday: 1:30-2:30 - Craig Kleinman (begins Jan24)
  • Every Friday:  11-1 - Sheri Miraglia (begins Jan 20)

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordinators)

sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu

 

 

March 8, 2017

 

Dear College Community;

 

You are invited to a CCSF community discussion of the final draft of the gen ed Area G Health Knowledge (G1) and Physical Skills (G2) learning outcomes assessment report.  Please join the SLO Senate Committee and other interested colleagues on Monday, 3/20, 12-1:30, in MUB 170.  Jump to the report, which is in comment mode.  Whether you can attend the forum or not, please comment on the report .

Thank you.

 

Craig Kleinman, SLO Coordinator

ckleinman@ccsf.edu

 

 

March 3, 2017

 

Dear College Community,

 

A reminder that this coming Monday, March 6, the Academic Senate SLO Committee will be hosting a college-wide forum to discuss the assessment of ILO 4 - Personal and Career Development.  The forum will include a review of the ILO 4 Draft Report, and a discussion on what findings the committee should be providing to the Executive Council of the Academic Senate, the PGC, and the Board of Trustees around ILO 4 Assessment.

 

Institutional Learning Outcome Assessment is a college-wide activity involving not just instructional areas but also Administrative, Academic and Student Services.  We invite and encourage participation from the entire college in the March 6 Forum.

 

The Forum will be held in MUB 170 from 12-1:30 pm.  We hope to see you there!

 

 

Sheri Miraglia for the SLO Coordination Team

sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu

 

 

 

February 22, 2017

 

Dear College Community;

 

On March 6 the Academic Senate SLO Committee will be hosting a college-wide forum to discuss the assessment of ILO 4 - Personal and Career Development.  The forum will include a review of the ILO 4 Draft Report, and a discussion on what findings the committee should be providing to the Executive Council of the Academic Senate, the PGC, and the Board of Trustees around ILO 4 Assessment.

 

Institutional Learning Outcome Assessment is a college-wide activity involving not just instructional areas but also Administrative, Academic and Student Services.  We invite and encourage participation from the entire college in the March 6 Forum.

 

The Forum will be held in MUB 170, on Monday, March 6, 2017 from 12-1:30 pm.  We hope to see you there!

 

Sheri Miraglia, Craig Kleinman, Andrea Niosi, CCSF SLO Coordinators

Cherisa Yarkin, Director of Planning

and the  CCSF Academic Senate SLO Committee Members

 

 

February 15, 2017

 

Dear College Community;

 

CCSF's Institutional Assessment Plan specifies that "disaggregated SLO data is collected for at least one SLO for every section (all sections covered), capturing the individual assessment results for every student who takes a course at City College."

 

In order to ensure that we are capturing data for every CRN, and student, the Executive Council of the Academic Senate passed a resolution on August 31, 2016, to recommend that beginning in Summer 2017, CRN-level SLO reporting requirements will apply to the Summer semester as well as Spring and Fall.

 

If you are planning to teach a summer course or know that your department will be hiring new faculty to teach summer courses, please be aware of this new reporting requirement, and please take advantage of our drop in SLO Help Labs if faculty need assistance learning how to complete CRN-level reports.

 

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support in the TLC, Batmale 313

  • Every Tuesday: 1:30-2:30 - Craig Kleinman 
  • Every Friday:  11-1 - Sheri Miraglia 

Need a quick reminder of how to do an assessment?  Jump to the Quick Guide.

 

Thanks to your efforts, CCSF is now a model in the state for its exemplary and innovative work in collecting disaggregated student assessment data as evidenced by the invitations we are getting to speak at statewide conferences!  It's wonderful to be in a position of leadership and strength in the area of assessment.

 

Please let us know if you have any questions.

 

Sheri Miraglia, Craig Kleinman, Andrea Niosi - SLO Coordination Team

 

 

 

January 20, 2017

 

Dear Faculty;

 

Need help with SLO Assessment?  Want to revise SLOs for your course outline?  Having trouble navigating CurricUNET?  Want to get a head start on Course or Program Aggregate Assessment?  SLO Coordinators will once again be in the TLC (Batmale 313) this semester to support your assessment work.

 

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support in the TLC, Batmale 313

  • Every Tuesday: 1:30-2:30 - Craig Kleinman (begins Jan24)
  • Every Friday:  11-1 - Sheri Miraglia (begins Jan 20)

Interested in getting more involved in assessment at CCSF?  The Academic Senate SLO Committee meets alternate Mondays from 12-1:30.  We would love to have you join us!

 

Best regards;

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team)

 

 

January 2, 2017

 

Dear Deans, Chairs and Faculty;

 

Happy New Year from the SLO Coordination Team!

 

As you are hopefully aware, the deadline for submitting CRN-level SLO reports for your fall classes is tomorrow, January 3. If you are not sure if you've successfully submitted your fall reports, you can check the Fall 2016 Assessment Statistics Spreadsheet which is updated daily.  This sheet lists all courses by department and by school that are currently MISSING assessments.   If your CRN is on this list, but you think you've submitted, please go back and be sure you've "saved", "finished" AND "submitted" your report(s).   When your report is submitted you will no longer see the pencil icon (or be able to edit your report) and your report will be listed as "active"  NOT "draft".

 

Drop-in SLO Coordinator Support

There will be a drop-in SLO Help Lab in the TLC (313 Batmale Hall) tomorrow (Tuesday, January 3) from 10-1 pm.  If you need help from an SLO Coordinator, please plan on attending the help lab where we can see your computer screen and better understand what kind of help you need.  

 

There are many resources for you if you cannot attend a help lab.

  1. Forgot your password? Contact the IT helpdesk (be sure you explain to them that you are asking for a password reset for the CurricUNET Assessment Module).  Remember that the CurricUNET Assessment Module does NOT use the RAM ID.  Your username is your ccsf email address (for example:  smiragli@ccsf.edu), and your password is whatever you set to last time. It is static – it doesn’t change.  Hopefully you wrote it down!
  2. Task guides: (step by step instructions for logging in and submitting a CRN-level report.  See attached files).
  3. Video instructions:
 (6.5 min, 14 MB) Video Only  |  Video with CC
  4. Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. It can take several days for us to respond your request, especially during the last days of the reporting period.  

We hope everyone is having a wonderful break!

 

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team)

sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu