The Assessment Committee is a standing governance committee that functions as a vital subcommittee of the Academic Senate. The primary purpose of this committee is to help support student learning by ensuring that all processes related to assessment are 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 2020.
The Assessment Committee has primary responsibility of the development, implementation, and evaluation of assessment in accordance with the mission of the college. The Committee meets twice a month during the academic year to oversee the assessment process.
The Assessment Committee reports to the Vice President of Instruction and Academic Senate.
The Assessment Committee communicates regularly with faculty and staff through College Council, Academic Senate, Faculty Chairs and Directors Council, Accreditation & Institutional Quality Committee, Curriculum Committee, Program Review Committee, and Assessment Committee representatives.
The Assessment Committee membership (with voting rights) includes:
|Administrative Co-Chair||Stephen Waller|
|Faculty Co-Chair||Faith Bradham|
|Committee Administrative Support||Edie Nelson|
|Committee Administrative Support||Denice Mccauley|
|Institutional Effectiveness Rep||Sooyeon Kim|
|Adjunct Rep||Michael Huerta|
|Allied Health||Kellie Smith|
|Applied Science||Justin Flint|
|Behavioral Sciences/Criminal Justice||Dana Heins-Gelder|
|Biological Sciences||William Rockey|
|Business Management & Information Technology||Kyungjin (Jen) Menjivar|
|English for Multilingual Students||Michael Westwood|
|Engineering Systems||Maryam Jalalifarahani|
|Family & Consumer Education||Alex Gomez|
|Foreign Language/American Sign Language||Pam Davis|
|Industrial Technology||Catherine Jones|
|Performing Arts||Brian Sivesind|
|Physical Sciences||Mike Daniel|
|Public Safety Training Programs||Jana Richardson|
|Social Sciences||Jennifer Grohol|
|Classified Rep||Edie Nelson|
|Student Government Association Rep||Simran Singh|
|Student Government Association Rep-Alternative||Jordan Amey|
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 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 demonstrates on-going assessment. Data for 2014-2021 can be found on the Archived Learning Outcomes Data page.