Human Services

Student Achievement Outcomes

An institution shall demonstrate that, wherever applicable to its programs, its consideration of outcome data in evaluating the success of its students and its programs include course completion, job placement, and licensing examination information.

“that accrediting agency (accreditor) standards effectively address the quality of the institution or program in regards to success with respect to student achievement in relation to the institution’s mission, which may include different standards for different institutions or programs, as established by the institution, including, as appropriate, consideration of course completion, State licensing examination, and job placement rates.” 

study consistent with the institution’s mission, are appropriate to higher education, and culminate in student attainment of identified student learning outcomes, and achievement of degrees, certificates, employment,

The institution demonstrates responsibility for the quality of its educational programs, learning environments, and support services, and it evaluates their effectiveness for student learning through processes designed to promote continuous improvement.

Based on verifiable information, the institution understands what its students have gained as a result of their education and has useful evidence about the success of its recent graduates. This information is used for planning and resource allocation and to inform the public about the institution.

  • Demographics

    The demographics section will list numbers of graduates by term, number of declared majors by term, and the ethnicity, gender, and full- or part-time status of declared majors.

  • Graduation to Employment Rates

    The graduation to employment rates section will list numbers of graduates by year who are working and whether or not they are working in their field.

  • HS-BCP Pass Rate

    The HS-BCP pass rate section will list the numbers of students who sit for the HS-BCP exam and whether the test was passed or failed.

  • Internship Evaluations (Supervisor and Student) 

     Both student and the internship supervisor evaluate the internship experience.