- Institutional and Program Outcome Assessment
- Program Review Timeline (PDF)
- Program Review Planning Cycle (PDF)
- Assessment for Improved Learning, Intended Roles and Intended Outcomes (Word)
- Outcomes Report (PDF)
- Program Outcome Guide (PDF) - an example is available (PDF).
- Strategic Plan Worksheet (PDF)
- Institutional Effectiveness Committee (IEC)
- UH Manoa's Office of Assessment
- WASC Gen Ed Assessment Rubric (PDF)
- Reports from the UHCC system
Assessment is a process for determining how effectively we are acheiving our goals, whether in teaching or working. The goal of assessment is to improve what we are doing.
Types of Assessment
- Classroom Assessments - of your students
- Student Learning Outcomes - for courses
- Program Learning Outcomes - for degrees and certificates
- To view PLOs, go to the specific program page
- General Education (Gen Ed) - for the general education
- Process Outcomes - for offices
- Other Assessments
- Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE)
- 360° Evaluation - for administrators
Philosophy of Assessment
The Windward Community College’s Philosophy of Assessment is inspired by the core values of the institution’s Mission.
Na’auao (learning): Assessment allows us to better understand our institution, our students, and our effectiveness.
Ho`okuma (access): Assessment practices, evaluations, and conclusions are clear and public, allowing input from all constituencies within the college.
Laulima (collaboration): Whenever possible, the entire institution is involved in all stages of the assessment process.
Hō‘ihi (respect): Assessment promotes the ethical use of data by ensuring confidentiality, promoting respectful feedback, and ensuring the proper use of all results. Assessment exists to continuously improve the institution without evaluating the individual performance of campus stakeholders.
Mea hou (innovation): Assessment supports effective innovation by providing evidence to evaluate procedures, pedagogies, and policies.
Mālama ‘āina (sustainability): All aspects of assessment, including the assessment process itself, will sustain the college’s ongoing activities, and the results of assessments will be part of the college’s record.