The Self-Study Design

The self-study design is linked directly to the organization of the criteria for accreditation as outlined by the HLC and to address the following themes: the future oriented organization; the learning-focused organization; the connected organization; the distinctive organization.

Introduction

  1. Profile and History of the College
  2. Organization of the Self-Study
  3. Accreditation History
  4. Major Changes since Last Self-Study
  5. Responses to Former Challenges

Chapter One: Mission and Integrity

  1. Introduction
  2. Core Component 1A
  3. Core Component 1B
  4. Core Component 1C
  5. Core Component 1D
  6. Core Component 1E
  7. Summary

Chapter Two: Preparing for the Future

  1. Introduction
  2. Core Component 2A
  3. Core Component 2B
  4. Core Component 2C
  5. Core Component 2D
  6. Summary

Chapter Three: Student Learning and Effective Teaching

  1. Introduction
  2. Core Component 3A
  3. Core Component 3B
  4. Core Component 3C
  5. Core Component 3D
  6. Summary

Chapter Four: Acquisition, Discovery, and Application of Knowledge

  1. Introduction
  2. Core Component 4A
  3. Core Component 4B
  4. Core Component 4C
  5. Core Component 4D
  6. Summary

Chapter Five: Engagement and Service

  1. Introduction
  2. Core Component 5A
  3. Core Component 5B
  4. Core Component 5C
  5. Core Component 5D
  6. Summary

Chapter Six: Federal Compliance

  1. Introduction
  2. Summary

Chapter Seven: Conclusions

Appendices (featuring material on federal compliance)