Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness
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Annual Assessment Results

2008-2009 Assessment

2009-2010 Assessment

2010-2011 Assessment

2011-2012 Assessment

2012-2013 Assessment
 

Division Annual Planning

2012-13
Division Annual Strategies
and Planning

bullet Allied Health
bullet Applied Technology
bullet Arts and Sciences
bullet Adult and Developmental Education
bullet Business and Information Systems
              

Graduate Survey Results

Graduate Survey Responses 2002-2004

Graduate Survey Responses 2004-2013

Graduate Survey Responses 2004-2014

 


2011-12
Division Annual Strategies
and Planning
 
bullet Allied Health
bullet Applied Technology
bullet Arts and Sciences
bullet Adult and Developmental Education
bullet Business and Information Technology
 

Student Engagement Survey Results

Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) 2012

Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE) 2013

For more information on student engagement: http://www.pccua.edu/student_engagement/

 

2010-11
Division Annual Strategies
and Planning
 
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Allied Health

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Business and Information Technology

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Applied Technology

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Adult and Developmental Education

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Arts and Science
 

Achieving the Dream
http://www.pccua.edu/Achieving%20the%20dream/

 

Assessment Templates

PCCUA Annual Divisional Planning

Annual Assessment Template


Assessment of Student Learning

Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas believes that its assessment of student
academic achievement is closely linked to and directly supports the mission and objectives of the institution. 

The mission of PCCUA emphasizes a commitment to helping every student succeed.  The college
provides high-quality, accessible educational opportunities and skills development to promote
 life-long learning, and engages in the lives of our students and our communities.

What is Assessment?

Assessment is the ongoing process of establishing clear, measurable expected outcomes of student   learning; systematically gathering, analyzing, and interpreting evidence to determine how well
performance matches those expectations and using the resulting information to understand and improve student learning throughout the college.

Good assessment can promote quality at all levels of the institution by providing the necessary evidence
to guide effective decision making in several areas such as programmatic changes, classroom teaching modifications, and institutional changes.    

 Three key purposes of assessment:

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To Inform - Assessment activities show a clearer picture of what is really happening in
a program and informs others of contributions the program makes.
 

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To Improve - This evaluation is formative. Assessment activities provide a feedback
loop to help shape or form better programs and services.
 

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To Prove - This evaluation is summative. Assessment activities provide evidence to
sum up what a program is accomplishing and provides persuasive indicators to students, faculty, staff and the larger community.

 

For assessment information contact: Debbie Hardy,
Director of Assessment and Student Success
at 870-338-6474, ext. 1242 or  email at
dhardy@pccua.edu

     
Phillips Community College
of the University of Arkansas
Helena Campus
1000 Campus Drive
P.O. Box 785       
Helena, AR 72342   
DeWitt Campus
1210 Rice Belt
DeWitt, AR 72042
Stuttgart Campus
2807 Hwy 165 S-Box A
Stuttgart, AR 72160
870-338-6474 870-946-3506 870-673-4201
870-338-7542
(Fax)    
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E-mail: dhardy@pccua.edu   Phone: (870) 338-6474 ext. 1242
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