The Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Seminole State College seeks to be an institution of unparalleled excellence, regarded by both internal and external constituents as a college whose quality is second-to-none, where employees and regents make a continual effort to meet the needs and exceed the expectations of our community and our students. To meet this degree of excellence, SSC has adopted an institutional effectiveness process for measuring and documenting how well the college is achieving its mission and addressing its strategic agenda for the purpose of continuous quality improvement of student learning, student development, and administrative departments.
SSC’s Institutional Effectiveness process is carried out by the work of Administrative Council and the Assessment of Student Learning committee members. The purpose of their work is two-fold: 1) to create and sustain an environment that supports a culture of continuous quality improvement, and 2) to facilitate an ongoing systematic process of assessment to support SSC’s mission and strategic agenda.
Seminole State College Strategic Plan
The Higher Learning Commission
Dr. Deanna Miles, Coordinator of Accreditation
Dr. Amanda Estey, Accreditation Liaison Officer
SSC follows HLC’s Open Pathway Accreditation program, which consists of several components:
1. The Quality Initiative Proposal, Project, and Report, 2. The Assurance Argument — the Five Criteria for Accreditation, 3. The Evidence File, 4. The Federal Compliance Form and Appendices, and 5. The Comprehensive Visit.
Assessment of Student Learning Committee and Procedures
- Institutional Statistics Summer 2020
- Institutional Statistics Fall 2020
- Institutional Statistics Spring 2021
- Institutional Statistics Summer 2021
- Institutional Statistics Fall 2021
- Institutional Statistics Summer 2022
- Institutional Statistics Fall 2022
- Institutional Statistics Spring 2022
- Institutional Statistics Spring 2023