All Program Outcomes

Office of Student Affairs & Wellness

Academic Achievement Recognition- Area A

1. To provide students with anopportunity to have their academic achievements recognized by the College (Dean’s List, Transfer Applications, Dean’s List Certificates and Commencement Ceremonies)

1.1 After receiving services from the Office of Student Affairs and Wellness, students who have self-identified as being eligible to graduate will be able to initiate and complete the steps to participate  in the Commencement Ceremony. (ILO IV.1. Personal and Career Development: Assess one’s own achievements and cultivate resources for educational and /or career growth). Online student survey (administered post-commencement; reported after every Spring term) Tracking the number of students who registered for Commencement and the number of students who actually participated in Commencement 70% of respondents to the survey will report being satisfied with Commencement At least 70% of student initiated and completed the steps to participate in Commencement Ceremonies.

 

1.2 Students will be able to self-identify as eligible for the Dean’s List and apply for the Dean’s List Certificate. (ILO IV.1. Personal and Career Development: Assess one’s own achievements and cultivate resources for educational and /or career growth.) Compare the total number of students eligible for the Dean’s list with the total number of student who apply for the Dean’s Certificate. The number of Dean’s Certificates dispersed will be at least 100 every academic year. Developing a benchmark based on the comparison.

 

Academic Performance Standards - Area B

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.

2.1 After receiving a notice from the Office of Student Affairs & Wellness, students will be able to move from probationary status to good academic standing status. (ILO IV.1. Personal and Career Development: Assess one’s own achievements and cultivate resources for educational and /or career growth). Tracking and recording the number of probationary notices sent to students throughout the academic year; identify whether the students have improved their grades Recording the number of students who move into and are removed from probationary status and developing a benchmark related to those numbers.

 

 

Grievance and Complaints - Area C

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 IX complaints).

3.1 Students will be able to initiate and employ the steps in the Student Grievance Process that are applicable and relevant to the nature of their specific complaint or grievance. (ILO I.2. Critical Thinking and Information Competency: Apply critical and creative reasoning, including diverse perspectives, to address complex problems.) Classifying, tracking and recording the number (and nature) of resolved and unresolved complaints and grievances filed with and referred to and by the Office of Student Affairs & Wellness (reported once per academic year) At least 90% of the number of complaints and grievances filed with the Office of Student Affairs & Wellness will be fully resolved each academic year.

 

Student Code of Conduct - Area D

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 oftheir actions and to conform to the behavioral expectations of CCSF by appropriately demonstrating a change in their behavior(s).

4.1 Students will recognize and explain why their conduct was a violation of the Code of Student Conduct and how their conduct affects the rights and experiences of members of the College. (ILO IV.2. Personal and Career Development: Maintain and improve one’s health and safety and/or that of others.”) Interview with Dean of Students; stats recorded on students ability to articulate wrongdoing and effects of it; which code was violated; how they were notified; repeat offenders; and other data points as deemed useful At least 80% of student conduct cases filed with the Office of Student Affairs & Wellness will be resolved each academic year

4.2 Students who have violated the Code of Student Conduct and have met with the Dean of Students will demonstrate congruence with the College’s behavioral expectations. (ILO IV.2. Personal and Career Development: Maintain and improve one’s health and safety and/or that of others.”) Classifying, tracking and recording the number of students who have violated the Code of Student Conduct after having met with the Dean of Students (reported once per academic year) At least 90% of the students who previously violated the Code of Student Conduct and who have met with the Dean of Students will conform to the Code of Student Conduct (fewer repeat violators)

 

Student Life - Area F

5. To provide students with an opportunity to engage in personal, socio-cultural and co-curricular activities and events.

5.1 Students will assess and rate their participation in a personal or socio-cultural activity or event sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs & Wellness (ILO III.3. Social, Cultural and Environmental Awareness: Collaborate effectively in diverse social and cultural settings.) TBD TBD

5.2 Students will demonstrate effective and appropriate communication (both interpersonal and intercultural) (ILO II.1. and II.2 Communication: Communicate effectively; demonstrate respectful interpersonal and intercultural communication.) TBD No benchmark

5.3 Students will extrinsically employ and practice positive sportsmen-like traits while engaging in merit-based competitions. (ILO IV.1. Personal and Career Development: Assess one’s own achievements.) TBD No benchmark