Fall 2010Spring 2011Fall 2011 # Departments Assessed142324 # Courses Assessed156320339 # Sections Assessed447786987 # Course-level SLOs Assessed390782848 # Course Enrollments Assessed11,62826,34927,258 # Assessments 1 26,80150,36266,203 1 This count is greater than the count of course enrollment assessed because some courses had multiple SLOs DESCRIPTION OF COURSE-LEVEL ASSESSMENT
SLO Assessment Summary Fall 2011 (cont. ) Fall 2010Spring 2011Fall 2011 # Assessments26,80150,36266,203 # Assessments – Mastered SLO 22,63042,37256,051 % Assessments – Mastered SLO 84.4%84.1%84.7% SLO Assessment Result Summary – All Departments
Institutional Learning Outcomes # Assessments# Mastered ILOFall 2010Spring 2011 % Mastered ILO Fall 2011 % Mastered ILO ILO #1: Personal Attributes 80,85770,47788.1%87.3%87.2% ILO#2: Analytical & Communication Skills 227,329195,96686.4%86.9%86.2% ILO#3: Applied Social Knowledge & Values 50,60243,78587.3% 86.5% ILO #4: Applied Knowledge & Valuation of the Physical World 23,71220,58184.7%87.4%86.8% ILO Assessment Result Summary by ILO
SMC Spring Fiscal Update Not only did we get hit with a $6.2 million reduction in state funds at the beginning of this fiscal year, we sustained another $1.4 million in trigger mid- year cuts and a totally unanticipated February cut of $2.85 million that resulted from lower-than-anticipated student enrollment fees and property tax revenues. This is both a result of new cuts imposed by the state and a lesser amount of revenue than planned from non-resident tuition. The projected current fiscal year-end fund balance (reserves) for the college has worsened in the five months since the college's budget was adopted. *From Dr. Tsangs Spring Update e-mail dated March 1, 2012
SMC Spring Fiscal Update (cont.) For 2012-13, Gov. Jerry Browns proposed budget will be flat even if voters pass proposed state ballot measures this November to raise taxes Since 2008, weve been forced to eliminate 1,000 class sections, squeezing many students out of our classrooms. That brings our total cuts to a stunning $11.1 million for this fiscal year. *From Dr. Tsangs Spring Update e-mail dated March 1, 2012
Nursing 2010-2011 SMC has a 94% pass rate for the Registered Nursing Program (NCLEX Examination)
Cosmetology April 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011 Written Cosmetology Exam 8 students passed 100% pass rate Practical Cosmetology 9 students passed 82% pass rate Written Esthetician 9 students passed 90% pass rate Practical Esthetician 9 students passed 100% pass rate
Disabled Student Center 2005-06 Served 1,001 students 2010-11 Served 1,600 students 32.6% increase in the last 6 years
Disabled Student Center # of students in the Autism Spectrum have quadrupled in the past 5 years 15 in 2007-08 65 in 2010-11
Alternate Media Department can caption all videos shown in class Close- Captioning Flexible CCTV for visually- impaired students Offered at the High Tech Training Center Zoom-Twix The High-Tech Training Center and Alternate Media Specialist converts approx. 215 books in electronic format each semester Electronic Books Resources for disabled students…
SMC Program Facts 1 st College in nation to offer a certificate and AA degree in Recycling and Resource Management Since beginning their partnership in 2002, Sustainable Works has graduated over 4,000 students through their 9-week sustainability workshops
7,500 students use the Big Blue Bus every day Thats over half of our daily population!
Thanks! Special thanks to: – Hannah Alford and Daniel Berumen (Institutional Research) – Genevieve Bertone (Sustainability) – Lisette Rabinow-Palley (DSPS) – Denise Kinsella (International Student Center) For their assistance in gathering the facts presented in this informative slideshow!