ICCB 5-Year Program Review and Annual Update Process Map

Program Review is an annual process that includes the assessment of student learning.  Every year, programs and disciplines receive data to assist with the completion of the ICCB 5-year Program Review or a Waubonsee Annual Update Report. In addition, faculty complete a Plan/Report for Learning Improvement aligned with this process.  All reports are due December 1st.  

Program Review Process

Program Review Process

Data Provided to Faculty
  • APR Comparison Reports (Enrollment, retention, persistence, demographics, graduation rates).¬†
  • APR Course Reports¬†
  • Occupational Outlook for CTE programs.¬†
  • Program Cost Report for ICCB program review Disciplines and Programs¬†
August-November
  • Programs/Disciplines analyze APR Comparison Report data provided in August.
  • Programs/Disciplines review assessment data collected from courses the previous academic year.
  • Programs/Disciplines in an ICCB review year complete the ICCB Program Review Report.¬†
  • Programs/Disciplines not in a review year complete the Wabuonsee¬†Annual Update Report.¬†
  • All Programs/Disciplines complete the Learning Improvement Report from the previous year and create a Learning Improvement Plan for the current year. ¬†¬†
December
  • Turn in Final Learning Improvement Reports and¬†submit the Learning Improvement Plan and Program Review or Annual Update in AEFIS.¬† (Information on submission of these plan/reports can be found on the AEFIS¬†page.)
  • All reports are due December 1st or the next business day if it falls on a weekend
January-May
  • Prepare to implement curricular improvements articulated in the most recent Report for Learning Improvement.
  • Continue collecting data according to 5-year Assessment Schedule created fall 2017. Schedule can be revised as needed.¬† All courses and outlines need to be assessed within a 5-year period beginning after your first ICCB program review.¬†