Student Learning Outcomes

Charge of Committee

To elicit broad perspectives and advice regarding learning goals for all Las Positas students, faculty, administrators, and staff. This group provides an advisory linkage to the Academic Senate on matters pertaining to the College’s immediate and long range plans to integrate student learning outcomes and assessment at the course, program, and institutional levels. With the advice and consent of the Academic Senate, this group reviews core competencies for LPC students and develops strategies and timelines for incorporating ad coordinating these competencies into learning outcomes inherent in courses and programs. The Student Learning Outcomes group works with the Curriculum Committee, Program Review, and Staff Development, establishing policies and procedures concerning the institutionalization of SLOs and assessment at LPC, which will be brought to the Senate for review and approval. In addition to providing support and materials needed for the development of SLOs and assessment, this group also coordinates, collects, and archives assessment activities in all sectors and organizes campus dialogue process concerning student learning outcomes and assessment.

Reporting Relationship

Academic Senate


Appointments by:

Academic Senate
Associated Students
Classified Senate

Term: One Year

Student Learning Outcomes 2012-13

As part of its next accreditation, Las Positas College will focus on Student Learning Outcomes. Student Learning Outcomes, or SLOs, are the results or evidence of student learning. They demonstrate the extent to which student performance meets expectations of learning.

These results, to be collected at the course, program and college levels, will be shared widely and used for the improvement of teaching and learning and for the improvement of the college as a whole.

The LPC Student Learning Outcomes Committee hopes that the new emphasis on learning outcomes will:

  1. Facilitate agreement about the content and skills we expect students to attain;
  2. Help assure students are prepared for their next course, transfer, workplace;
  3. Make public what we expect students to know and do;
  4. Bring recognition to many excellent teaching strategies already in place;
  5. Lead to significant professional development for faculty;
  6. Build collaboration among faculty;
  7. Help departments conduct more meaningful program reviews;
  8. Help secure resources;
  9. Help us pace ourselves to meet accreditation goals;
  10. Make the accreditation process more purposeful and useful.

List adapted from CVC presentation by Jerry Rudmann (Coastline College/Irvine Valley College), March 18, 2004


Student Learning Outcomes

Tina Inzerilla
SLO Committee Chair


First Monday
2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Room 2411A