Mission Fulfillment Review
Established in 2022, the program Mission Fulfillment Review process is designed to connect the college’s Mission, Vision, and strategic goals to program processes and planning. This process includes the use of program data (including disaggregated data), where available, and other valuable college processes (e.g., equity action plans referenced above), to eliminate redundancy and support programs in making evidence-informed decisions related to program improvement.
The review cycle includes an annual program reporting process, known as Standardized Evaluation of Programs & Services (STEPS), that feeds into a comprehensive five-year Mission Fulfillment Review that uses information collected in the annual STEPS report to incrementally inform the larger program review. Both the STEPS report and Mission Fulfillment Review processes are unique in that they can be equitably applied to all areas of the college, including instructional programs, student services, and college operations, and are designed to assist each area in measuring progress toward mission fulfillment. Each process is informed by data and encourages action, including resource allocation, aligned with the college’s Mission, Vision, and Strategic Plan.