The Assessment Committee is a standing governance committee that coordinates all processes related to the assessment of Institutional, Program, and Student Learning Outcomes. The primary purpose of this committee is to help support student learning by ensuring that learning outcome assessment is consistent with the mission of the college, addresses the needs of students and the community, and meets the requirements of law and regulation. As such, the Assessment Committee:
The Assessment Committee Charge document was reviewed and approved in Fall 2017.
In order to maintain administrative oversight of the entire range of campus assessment activities, the Assessment Committee meets at least once per month (during the academic year) to set college-wide assessment goals, plan for the Community College Survey of Student Engagement and Noel-Levitz schedules, and assess needs of faculty and staff in regard to assessment training.
The Assessment Committee reports to the Vice President of Instruction
The Assessment Committee communicates regularly with faculty through Assessment Committee representatives, Academic Senate, College Council, and the Faculty Chairs and Deans Council.
The Assessment Committee will have one faculty co-chaired and one administrative co-chair.
|Administrative Co-Chair||Billie Jo Rice|
|Faculty Co-Chair||Brent Wilson|
|Committee Administrative Support||Edie Nelson|
|Committee Administrative Support||Linda Allday|
|Administrative Rep||Stephen Waller|
|Administrative Rep||Maria Wright|
|Institutional Effectiveness Rep||Amber Hroch|
|Adjunct Rep||Lori Pesante (Criminal Justice)|
|Academic Development||Teresa McAllister|
|Allied Health||Kellie Smith|
|Behavioral Sciences/Criminal Justice||Dana Heins-Gelder|
|Biological Sciences||Milena Lilles|
|Business Management & Information Technology||Rudy Menjivar|
|English for Multilingual Students||Michael Westwood|
|Engineering Systems||Justin Flint|
|Family & Consumer Education||Lily Pimentel|
|Fire Technology (Public Safety)||Jana Richardson|
|Foreign Language/American Sign Language||Pam Davis|
|Health & Physical Education||Tina Cummings|
|Industrial Technology||Robert Stewart|
|Performing Arts||Brian Sivesind|
|Physical Science||Ximena Da Silva Tavares|
|Social Science||Olivia Garcia|
|Member-at-Large||Jordan Rude (Behavioral Science)|
|Classified Rep||Pearl Urena|
|Student Government Association Rep||Ashley Harp|
|Student Government Association Rep||Armando Dimas|
Bakersfield College is committed to facilitating collegial dialogue across disciplines of Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for continuous improvement of student learning and student achievement. SLO assessment examples are found on the Roundtable Discussions for SLO Assessments page.
Bakersfield College utilizes eLumen for assessment. Step-by-step tutorials and videos for assessment in eLumen can be found on the Bakersfield College eLumen Assessment page. Student Learning Outcomes assessment plans can be found on the SLO Assessment Plans page.
Course Outlines of Record (CORs) and Program Outlines of Record (PORs) for any course or program at Bakersfield College can be viewed on the Public eLumen site.
Bakersfield College demonstrates on-going assessment. Data for 2014-2018 can be found on the Archived Learning Outcomes Data page.