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Accreditation Training

Be AccredibleYou can be accredible!

Just take a look at a brief training presentation. Then take the quiz below.

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Quiz


1) The evaluators are peers from other institutions.

 

Yes

Correct!

No

Incorrect!

Evaluating teams are comprised of peers from other institutions. These are members of other colleges and universities who have received training from NWCCU to provide feedback to us based on our self-report and conversations that they have with us during the visit.

 

2) We have seven core themes.

 

Yes

Incorrect!

We have five core themes that are derived from our mission. The core themes are 1) Promoting Student access and Success; 2) Supporting quality learning and achievement through Academic Transfer Education; 3) Supporting quality learning and achievement through Career and Technical Education; 4) Supporting quality learning and achievement through student transition education; and 5) Serving our community through life-long learning in the areas of cultural, economic, workforce, self-improvement, and professional development.

No

Correct!

 

3) The data indicators provide us a way of measuring mission fulfillment.

 

Yes

Correct!

No

Incorrect!

The data indicators are key measures that help us determine if we are achieving mission fulfillment.

 

4) Accreditation relates to other initiatives and the strategic plan.

 

Yes

Correct!

No

Incorrect!

Accreditation core themes, objectives and indicators are closely linked to our strategic plan. Accreditation planning also connects with financial resource planning and with initiatives that support student success, like Achieving the Dream.

 

5) Evaluators will ask faculty about how core themes and data indicators are relevant to their classroom practice and assessment.

 

Yes

Correct!

No

Incorrect!

Evaluating team members will be likely to ask questions about how faculty see their classroom learning outcomes and program outcomes connecting to the core themes and data indicators.

6) The Year Seven visit dates are October 19-21, 2015.

 

Yes

Correct!

No

Incorrect!

The visit dates for the Year Seven visit are October 19-21, 2015.

 

7) A green symbol means the indicator is below the mission fulfillment range.

 

Yes

Incorrect!

A green symbol indicates that the indicator is well within the mission fulfillment range that has been established for that indicator. A red symbol indicates that the indicator is below the mission fulfillment range.

No

Correct!

 

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