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CPP’s commitment to “Student Learning and Success” - codified in the Strategic Plan and institutionalized in the Office of Student Success (OSS) - influences every aspect of the University. This is because CPP understands student success through an integrated, holistic model of student learning, engagement, and growth.
In essay 4, CPP is asked to present and analyze the University’s direct evidence of educational quality. The essay aligns CPP's GE learning outcomes to WSCUC's “core competencies," and works with faculty-generated data to evaluate the University’s success regarding student learning.
In contrast, essay 6 presents CPP's assessment infrastructure: past, present, and future. From MQID-creation to semester conversion “Re-visioning” to Program Review, essay 6 evaluates CPP’s assessment practices and the resources committed to this work, and anticipates the opportunities and challenges ahead.
The future of CPP’s polytechnic education - its ability to respond to social and economic changes that impact student success and professional development - requires the careful planning of University resources with an emphasis on sustainability. This essay reviews the recent history of CPP’s budget, the recent changes made, and the University’s priorities moving forward.