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MIDDLE STATES SELF-STUDY DESIGN FINAL DRAFT
QUESTIONS SUBMITTED BY WORKING GROUPS

Working Group #6

Standard 11: Educational Offerings

  1. How effectively do the college’s educational offerings reflect its mission?
  2. What processes are in place to establish and maintain a relevant, well-integrated academic programs?
  3. How effectively does the college ensure that course syllabi clearly communicate learning outcomes, and how are these assessed?
  4. How effectively is information literacy integrated into the curriculum?
  5. How are learning support sources made available to all students and how well do they respond to student needs?
  6. How well does curriculum review measure effectiveness, ensure transfer and articulation, and initiate improvement?

Standard 12: General Education

  1. To what extent do Hostos graduates meet college-level standards in Gen Ed?
  2. To what extent has Hostos used assessment to modify and/or improve Gen Ed courses?
  3. How well are Gen Ed goals communicated to students and how well are they reflected in course and program goals?
  4. How well and how appropriately does the Gen Ed program transfer to CUNY four-year colleges?
  5. How effectively are Gen Ed goals and requirements linked to academic program requirements?

Standard 13: Related Educational Activities

  1. How does the retention and graduation rate of students who place in developmental levels compare to those of students who place into college level courses?
  2. How effective are Hostos’ programs offered through contractual partnerships?
  3. How are distance learning course offerings, non-credit offerings and certificate programs assessed?
  4. How effective are Hostos’ off campus continuing education efforts in serving the community (e.g., CUNY in the Heights, Jobs Plus)?

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