Program Review (PR) is a systematic process for the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data concerning a program and its curriculum that is utilized in making recommendations to improve the effectiveness of a program and its impact on student learning. Program Review is a means of ensuring that the college’s programs are effective and responsive to the local college community within the limitations of available resources. Through a review of student learning outcomes, key program indicators, and program objectives, we are able to assess our educational effectiveness and continue to offer high quality programs.
For assistance with PR, contact Margot Lovett.
Administrative Unit Review (AUR) is a similar process for making recommendations to improve the effectiveness of student support and administrative service units on campus.
For assistance with AURs, contact Jennifer Klein or Shouka Torabi.
Copies of the most recent program reviews and administrative unit reviews can be found on the Educational Planning and Assessment SharePoint site.
For Program Review and Administrative Unit Review handbooks and instruction sheets, please visit the EPA Committee SharePoint site.
Current Program Review Summary Reports* (Starting 2018):
- American Sign Language
- Art History
- Child Development and Education
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Environmental Studies
- Graphic Design
- General Education
- Human Services
- Marine Science/Oceanography
- Speech/Communication Studies
* Full versions of these reports can be found on the EPA Committee SharePoint Site.