Getting Started 2017 Annual Report
This document is provided to assist you in completing the ACCJC 2017 Annual Report, which
will be submitted electronically. You will be using data from Fall 2016 and the two previous
fall
semesters to complete this report except where specified otherwise. Attached are the report
questions you may use to prepare before completing the report online.
1.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO) will each
receive e-mail instructions with an individually assigned username and password. The
Commission requires the CEO to certify that the information provided in the form is
accurate and then to submit the form.
2.
If necessary at the institution, the password may be changed using the Update Profile link
once you have logged into the report. Please note that the ACCJC staff are not able to
retrieve
lost passwords if they have been changed.
3.
Please do not share your login information. Instead, you may create two
additional accounts
in the Update Profile for designated others to assist in completing the Annual Report.
4.
Only the CEO can submit the final version of the Annual Report. The CEO will use the
separate username and password sent by e-mail to the CEO, for submitting the report.
5.
You may download copies of this document from the Annual Report login screen by
clicking the Getting Started link near the bottom of the login screen.
6.
Some questions have [Read Additional Instructions]” pop-up windows that contain
important details to assist in accurately providing the requested information.
7.
If you need to skip a question because you do not have all the information or need to
validate data, a skip button is provided. The report form will retain any information that
is entered and mark the question as “skipped so that you will be able to more easily find it
at a later time to complete and Submit” the answer. If you need to go back to a previous
question, use the Review Prior Question button.
8.
If a question is not applicable, please enter n/a in that box.
9.
You may edit your answers as many times as you wish until the CEO performs the
Final Submission of the Annual Report. Upon the final submission, e-mail
notifications will be sent to the ALO and the institution’s CEO with a copy of the final
report. Please be sure to retain a copy of the final report for your college files.
10.
The report must be submitted by March 31, 2017; however, if additional time is required
to
obtain specific data, please e-mail the ACCJC at accjc@accjc.org
. If any changes are
required after you have submitted the report, please call the Commission office at 415-506-
0234.
11.
If you have any questions about the form, please call or e-mail the ACCJC.
2017 Annual Report Questions
Report Information
1. Confirm Your Institution:
"Start Survey"
2. Name of individual preparing report:
3. Phone number of person preparing report:
4. E-mail of person preparing report:
Headcount Enrollment Data
5. Total unduplicated headcount enrollment:
Fall 2016:
Fall 2015:
Fall 2014:
[Additional Instructions: Unduplicated headcount should be based on the credit and non-
credit enrollments when the general enrollment period ends (may be referred to as first
census date).]
6. Total unduplicated headcount enrollment in degree
applicable credit courses:
Fall 2016:
Fall 2015:
Fall 2014:
7. Headcount enrollment in pre-collegiate credit courses
(which do not count toward degree requirements):
Fall 2016:
Fall 2015:
Fall 2014:
Fall 2016:
Fall 2015:
Fall 2014:
[Additional Instructions: This is the number of programs which the college intentionally offers
fully online.]
Eric
Velda
Mark
Eric Berube, Research Coordinator/ALO
(661) 763-7944
eberube@taftcollege.edu
5925
4615
5349
5778
4398
5003
395
325
515
35
36
35
9. Total unduplicated headcount enrollment in all types of
Distance Education:
Fall 2016:
Fall 2015:
Fall 2014:
[Additional Instructions: Provide unduplicated enrollment numbers in distance education
courses. Distance Education is defined as education that uses technology to deliver
instruction to students who are separated from the instructor and to support regular and
substantive interaction between the students and the instructor, either synchronously or
asynchronously. Courses in which all the class hours are face to face, but some material is
posted online, are NOT DE courses.
10. Do you offer Correspondence Education?
Yes / No
[If no, move to item #12]
11. Total unduplicated headcount enrollment in all types of
Correspondence Education:
Fall 2016:
Fall 2015:
Fall 2014:
[Additional Instructions: Provide unduplicated enrollment numbers in correspondence
education courses. Correspondence education means education provided through one or
more courses under which the institution provides instructional materials (print or other
media), by mail or electronic transmission (including transmission via learning management
system), including examinations on the materials, to students who are separated from the
instructor. Interaction between the instructor and the student is limited, is not regular and
substantive, and is primarily initiated by the student. Correspondence courses are typically
self-paced within a set period of time. Online courses or online portions of courses which
primarily involve "paperwork" such as reading textbook and other materials posted by the
instructor, taking examinations, and submitting assignments will fall within the definition of
correspondence education rather than distance education. If the online portion of a class
meets the definition of correspondence education, then even if the class also meets on site, it
will be considered a correspondence education course for Title IV qualification purposes.
Correspondence education is not considered distance education within the USDE definition.
See definition of distance education in question 11 above.]
Student Achievement Data
2016
2015
2014
12.
a. What is your Institution-set standard for successful
student course completion?
%
%
%
b. Actual successful course completion rate:
%
%
%
Velda
Mark
Velda
SPC
Velda
2005
1916
1832
457
244
258
Yes
68.7
67.7
N/A
70.2
68.5
66.7
2016
2015
2014
13.
a. What is your Institution-set standard for degrees?
b. Actual number degrees awarded:
OR
C. Insert percentage
2016
2015
2014
14.
a. What is your Institution-set standard for
certificates?
b. Actual number certificates awarded:
2015
2014
2013
15.
a. What is your Institution-set standard for number of
students who transfer to 4-year
colleges/universities?
b. Actual number of students who transferred to 4-
year colleges/universities:
16. Number of CTE certificates and degrees for which the
institution has set a standard for licensure pass rates:
2016:
2015:
2014:
[Additional Instructions: Institutions are required to have institution-set standards for licensure
passage rates in all applicable certificate and degree programs.]
17. Number of CTE certificates and degrees for which the
institution has set a standard for graduate employment
rates:
2016:
2015:
2014:
[Additional Instructions: Institutions are required to have institution-set standards for job
placement rates (graduate employment rates) in all applicable certificate and degree
programs.]
18. Examination pass rates in programs for which students must pass a licensure examination
in order to work in their field of study:
SPC
SPC
SPC
SPC
SPC
Velda
Velda
Velda
Mark
2
2
2
7
7
7
305
305
N/A
321
294
280
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
57
66
57
199
203
N/A
224
232
207
Program
Exam
state
national
other
Institution
set standard
(%)
2015
Pass
Rate
(%)
2014
Pass
Rate
(%)
2013
Pass
Rate
(%)
[Add Row] [Delete Checked Row]
[Additional Instructions: Please only list each program for which a license examination is
required to qualify for employment, and where there were at least 10 students who completed
the program in the designated year. State the institution set standard for expected licensure
examination pass rates. Also state the pass rate of students who took the examination.]
19. Job placement rates for students completing certificate programs and CTE (career-technical
education) degrees:
Program
Institution set
standard
(%)
2015 Job
Placement
Rate (%)
2014 Job
Placement
Rate (%)
2013 Job
Placement
Rate (%)
[Add Row] [Delete Checked Row]
[Additional Instructions: Please only list each program where reliable data is available and where
there were at least 10 students who completed the program in the designated year. State the
institution set standard for job placement rates. Also state the job placement rate, as measured
in the year following graduation, of students who graduated from the program.]
Student Learning Outcomes and Assessment
Note: Colleges were expected to achieve the proficiency level of
Student Learning
Outcomes assessment by fall 2012.
At this time, colleges are expected to be in full
compliance with the Accreditation Standards related to student learning outcomes and
assessment. All courses, programs, and student and learning support activities of the
college are expected to have student learning outcomes defined, so that ongoing
assessment and other requirements of Accreditation Standards are met across the
institution. In completing the 2017 Annual Report, please refer to the revised
Accreditation Standards adopted June 2014.
20.
Courses
2016
2015
2014
a. Total number of college courses:
b. Number of college courses with ongoing
assessment of learning outcomes:
Eric
Vicki
Dental Hygiene
State
95%
100%
100%
100%
Dental Hygiene (AS)
N/A
77%
81%
75%
352
381
442
241
314
202
[Additional Instructions: Provide the number of active credit and noncredit courses at the
college. Courses in the college catalog are considered active. Do not include not-for-credit
offerings of the college. The cycle of assessment is defined by the institution.]
21.
Programs
2016
2015
2014
a. Total number of college programs (all certificates
and degrees, and other programs as defined by
college):
b. Number of college programs with ongoing
assessment of learning outcomes:
[Additional Instructions: Provide the number of active credit and noncredit programs at the college.
Programs in the college catalog are considered active. Do not include not-for-credit offerings of
the college. The cycle of assessment is defined by the institution.]
Vicki
Mark
91
90
80
91
90
58
22.
Student Services and Learning Support
2016
2015
2014
a. Total number of student services and learning
support activities (as college has identified or
grouped them for SSO/SAO implementation):
b. Number of student and learning support activities
with ongoing assessment of learning outcomes:
[Additional Instructions: The institution defines its student and learning support activities and
how they may be grouped for assessment of learning outcomes. Definition and grouping of like
student or learning support activities should be based upon a determination of how the
assessment will best provide information to improve services for students. Learning support
programs include, but are not limited to: tutoring, supplemental instruction, information literacy
support, and/or any other student services and administrative units where outcomes to support
student learning have been developed and assessed.]
23. Add open text box as optional item. [Additional instructions: Please use this text box to
provide any comments regarding the data submitted in this report.]
NOTE: The Annual Report must be certified as complete and accurate by the CEO. Once all
the questions have been answered by the ALO, there will be an option to send an email
notification to the CEO that the report is ready for certification. The CEO will be able to
login
and certify the answers.
Only the CEO may submit the final Annual Report.
End of Annual Report
Vicki
Eric
5
5
5
5
5
4
Question 15a: Ratio projection using degrees awarded/degree seeking enrolled
headcount over three prior academic years. 199 = 6.6% x 3,024 transfer seeking.
Question 16: Dental Hygiene Associate and Certificate
Question 17: (1) CJ, (2) Welding, (3) ECE, (4) ADMIN SRVCS, (5) DNTL HYGIENE,
(6) Energy, and (7) Industrial Safety.
Question 19: The Dental Hygiene Program Director indicates that the current job
placement rate based on a survey of graduates is 79.3%
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