The Administrative Assessment Committee is a non-elected committee made up of deans, department chairs, and coordinators, from the administrative and student support areas of Passaic County Community College. The committee meets several times a year to discuss administrative assessment planning and reporting.
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About Administrative Assessment
Assessment is the process of defining a program, department or unit’s goals, developing desired outcomes, continuously monitoring progress towards those outcomes, communicating results, and using those results to make improvements in programs and services.
Ongoing assessment of academic and administrative units at Passaic County Community College is administered in support of institutional effectiveness, strategic planning, and resource allocation.
Administrative Assessment involves the planning, administration, and review of the assessment of student and academic support units. Administrative assessment at PCCC has been conducted and reported in two-year cycles beginning in 2010.
- Passaic County Community College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (http://www.msche.org/).
- Current MSCHE standards for accreditation can be found at: (http://www.msche.org/publications/RevisedStandardsFINAL.pdf)