St. Augustine College identifies and evaluates the success of students using a broad range of criteria, aligned and consistent with the mission of the institution and driven by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Criterion Four accreditation guidelines focused on Teaching and Learning: Evaluation and Improvement as indicated below:
Criterion Four. Teaching and Learning: Evaluation and Improvement
4.A. The institution demonstrates responsibility for the quality of its educational programs, learning environments, and support services, and it evaluates their effectiveness for student learning through processes designed to promote continuous improvement.
4.B. The institution demonstrates a commitment to educational achievement and improvement through ongoing assessment of student learning.
4.C. The institution demonstrates a commitment to educational improvement through ongoing attention to retention, persistence, and completion rates in its degree and certificate programs.
St. Augustine College is devoted to the achievement of all students through the institutionalization of metrics and measures that serve as indicators of accountability to our students. These measures are student enrollment, student retention and persistence, and graduation rates. Student success is connected to institutional assessment goals that articulate the institution’s distinctiveness and commitment to excellence, innovation, and the acquisition of knowledge.
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