OSAW Program Outcomes
The Office of Student Affairs & Wellness follows the CCSF assessment process as documented on the Outcomes Assessment Reporting website.
Additional Office Assessment Process
The mission of Student Affairs & Wellness is to support the academic success and retention of CCSF students, to support their personal and social development, and to protect their rights, safety and well-being so that they may pursue their educational goals without undue interference or disruption.
1. To provide students with an opportunity to have their academic achievements recognized by the College (e.g., Dean’s List, Transfer Applications, Dean’s List Certificates, Commencement Ceremonies, Letters of Recommendation).
2. To provide students with timely notification regarding their probationary academic status, and the College’s available resources and services, when they have failed to meet the academic performance standards of the College.
3. To provide students with an opportunity to have their complaints and grievances addressed and resolved as they navigate through the Student Grievance Process (e.g. grade review, advocacy, complaint against a District employee, Title 5 and Title IX complaints).
4. Consistent with the principles of Student Rights and Responsibility, Restorative Justice and Progressive Discipline, to provide students who violate the Code of Student Conduct with the opportunity to gain perspective on the seriousness of their actions and to conform to the behavioral expectations of CCSF by appropriately demonstrating a change in their behavior(s).
5. To provide students with an opportunity to engage in personal, socio-cultural and co-curricular activities and events.
For Reference: Institutional
Learning Outcomes (ILOs)