Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILO)
1. Critical Thinking Students apply critical, creative and analytical skills to identify and solve problems, analyze information, synthesize and evaluate ideas, and transform existing ideas into new forms.
2. Communication Students effectively communicate with and respond to varied audiences in written, spoken or signed, and artistic forms.
3. Community and Personal Development Students are productive and engaged members of society, demonstrating personal responsibility, and community and social awareness through their engagement in campus programs and services.
4. Information Literacy Students determine an information need and use various media and formats to develop a research strategy and locate, evaluate, document, and use information to accomplish a specific purpose. Students demonstrate an understanding of the legal, social, and ethical aspects related to information use.
ILO Assessment Reports
Currently unavailable as we transition to eLumen.