2019-2020 University Skills Immersion Program Assessment Plan

Assessment Year: 2019-2020
Division: Academic Affairs
Unit: University Skills Immersion Program
Unit Director: lraphael
Completed by: nfariha901
Other Contributors:
Date Completed: 2019/11/04 15:37:00 US/Eastern

Unit Mission

The University Skills Immersion Program at York College is committed to providing students with the skills and support to meet the requirements to be admitted to York College, placed in required math and English classes, and be better prepared to do well in first-year courses and major Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics classes.

Assessment Plan

Unit Goal(s) Unit Outcome(s) Unit Goal Alignment with Divisional Goal Unit Goal Alignment with York’s Annual PMP Goal Alignment with York’s Strategic Goals Alignment with Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs) Measure Measure Type Target
Provide workshops and opportunities for students to become eligible to be admitted to York College and enroll in required classes. Students will pass the CUNY Elementary Algebra Final Exam (CEAFE) workshop and become eligible to enroll in York College. Support educational opportunity and academic success for all students including those underserved constituencies. N/A TBA N/A

Data will be collected by looking at final grade rosters of the workshops

Direct

87% of students will pass the CEAFE workshop and become eligible to enroll in York College

Provide workshops and opportunities for students to become eligible to be admitted to York College and enroll in required classes. Students will pass the CUNY Writing workshop and become eligible to enroll in York College. Support educational opportunity and academic success for all students including those underserved constituencies. N/A TBA N/A

Data will be collected by looking at final grade rosters of the workshops

Direct

80% of students will pass the required CUNY writing workshop and become eligible to enroll in York College

Prepare and support students to be successful in college credit courses. Students will pass the Pre-Calculus workshop and become eligible to enroll in the Pre-Calculus class. Support educational opportunity and academic success for all students including those underserved constituencies. N/A TBA N/A

Data will be collected by looking at the final grade rosters of the workshops.

Direct

75% of students will pass the Pre-Calculus workshop and become eligible to enroll in the Pre-Calculus class.

Rationale for the Plan

The unit goals of the USIP Program is to make students eligible to enroll at the college and in a required Pre-Calculus math class, and to assess success, grades in CEAFE, Writing, and Pre-Calculus workshops will be evaluated. By passing these workshops, students will become math or writing proficient in CUNYfirst or eligible to enroll in Pre-Calculus at York.

Data Collection and Evaluation

The data collection will take place from May 1, 2019 through January 30, 2020. The following stuff members will evaluate, analyze and interpret the data: the Coordinator of USIP, Director of Academic Skills & School Outreach, and staff members of Institutional Effectiveness and Strategic Planning.