AQIP Action Projects
Action Projects provide assurance of the college's ongoing commitment to the Academic Quality Improvement Program, the college's accreditation pathway.
Program Review Pilot
Contacts: Martin Maliwesky, Bruce Massis, David Tom
In an effort to adhere to the AQIP criteria for accreditation core component 4.A.1, this Action Project is designed to deliver a Program Review process completed by each program's faculty at the College, using the updated Program Review format. During the pilot, each program will appoint a Program Review Coordinator to lead the team through the data analysis, Program Review questions and identification of success targets/goals for the next three years. Once completed, each program review will also be sent through faculty division and college assessment committees for review as well as through an administrative review.
Program Review is a Category 1 – Helping Students Learn project.
Completed Action Projects
Project leaders sum up their work.
ALEKS Placement Boot Camp
Professors Beth Barnett, T.J. Duda and Phil Maclean on the new math placement process.
Orientation and First Year Mobile App Development
The Advising Department pilots a custom phone app for first year student
Aligning and Communicating Strategic Priorities, Phase I
Planning and budgeting are re-evaluated in Stage I of this project. (video coming soon)