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The mission of Allan Hancock College is to provide quality educational opportunities that enhance student learning and reflect the creative, intellectual, cultural and economic vitality of our diverse community.  Assessment processes are integral to accomplishing this end. The purpose of assessment is to improve teaching and learning at Allan Hancock College. The purpose of this document is to:

  1. Document the assessment policy for Allan Hancock College;
  2. Provide a structure and reference for campus wide outcomes and assessment efforts;
  3. Clearly state roles, responsibilities and timelines for outcomes and assessment activities.

AHC Assessment of Institutional learning outcomes Report

Allan Hancock College conducts assessment of student learning outcomes at the course, program, student services, and institutional levels.  Learning outcomes will continually be assessed at least once every six years.  In many cases, assessment is occurring every academic year or even every semester.  Here is a report that summarizes that assessment.

AHC Learning Outcomes & Assessment Committee Reports

Annual reports are submitted each spring to the appropriate Council for review.

Additional Resources

For more information, contact Jennie Robertson, Liz West (Academics) or Mayra Morales or Juanita Tuan (Student Services).

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