Student Learning Outcomes

Student learning outcomes (SLOs) are statements that specify what skills and abilities a student should be able to demonstrate upon successfully completing a course, program, or area of study.

Our SLO processes are woven throughout many of our college activities, including curriculum development, program design, student services, college planning, professional development efforts, and student development.

Learn more about how our SLO processes work by viewing our SLO Process Overview.

Student Learning Outcomes Contacts

    • Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee (SLOAC) Members: Diane Belair, Kimberley Beyrer, Marybeth Buechner, Linda Delgadillo, Robin Ikegami, Kandace Knudson, Norman Lorenz, Karen Parks, Gayle Pitman. Pamela Posz, Carl Sjovold, Molly Springer, Rick Woodmansee.

SLO Philosophy Statement

Developed by a cross-constituency SLO advisory group with feedback from the campus community, our SLO Philosophy Statement was officially adopted by the Academic Senate in Spring, 2005.

SLO Assessment Process

Our SLO Assessment Process provides faculty, classified staff, and students with both formative and summative feedback on student learning.  Many instructional and student services areas have developed meaningful SLO assessment plans and are currently engaged at various stages of the assessment cycle.

SLO Assessment Reporting System

Our online SLO reporting system can be used to create SLO reports, ProLO maps, and ProLO reports for instructional areas and for student services.

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