On this page you will find information regarding the assessment of student learning and other academic assessment such as general education and program assessment. There is also information about the Monroe County Community College Learning Assessment Committee (LAC) here. The Institutional Research Office and college as a whole are committed to assessing student learning and academic program effectiveness as a key strategic planning component to continually evaluate the impact of our institution on students and the community. If you have any questions regarding these surveys and reports, please contact:
Monroe County Community College faculty devised a detailed plan to guide instructional assessment at the general education, program, course and classroom levels. This plan is reviewed with each assessment cycle.
Program-level assessment encompasses degree programs within each of the divisions. In this form of assessment, the faculty with the division dean will gather and analyze the aggregate data of the required core courses within a program.
Effective program-level assessments are affected by the division mission statement, program mission statement, and the culmination of course-level student-learning outcomes. They are ongoing and build a body of evidence for program improvement and program development.
Program-level assessment is a systematic way of monitoring whether students have actually acquired the skills, knowledge and competencies intended by their program of study. The main purpose of the program assessment process is to evaluate how well intended program level student learning outcomes were achieved and develop strategies for improvement.