This page contains information about the Annual Program Review (APR) documents being developed by the Accreditation Steering Committee. The APR is a slightly expanded version of the former Unit Plan and will more closely align and link budget decisions with collegewide planning than the former Unit Plan. From the introduction to the APR itself: The Annual Program Review is a data-informed review, needs assessment, and goal setting mechanism. It must contain linkages to District and College goals. It is also a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) analysis to the College on findings of ongoing assessment and evaluation of instructional programs and service units. The College is looking for quantitative data which document the program’s and unit’s quality initiatives and outcomes. While anecdotal accounts may be beneficial, they should only supplement other data which establish longitudinal trends and patterns. In addition, each review should show the progress of the Action Plan from the previous review, if applicable. Start by filling in the chart below. These data points are areas which the District and College have identified as key performance indicators of College and student success.
Below are documents that are used in the APR.
This page was last updated: August 17, 2011
Contact for this page: Nick Strobel