University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu
极速快3代理 of quality and effectiveness.

极速快3代理On March 6, 2015, the Commission announced that it reaffirmed UH West O‘ahu’s accreditation for seven years, through 2022, upon the strengths of its student-centered environment and creation of an organizational commitment to quality assurance by formalizing planning processes across constituencies.

Dr. Sharon Valente
Director of Assessment, Evaluation, and Accreditation
valentes@hawaii.edu

WSCUC Core Competencies

极速快3代理In the 2013 Handbook of Accreditation, Criteria for Review 2.2a states: Baccalaureate programs engage students in an integrated course of study of sufficient breadth and depth to prepare them for work, citizenship, and life-long learning. These programs ensure the development of core competencies including, but not limited to, written and oral communication, quantitative reasoning, information literacy, and critical thinking.

极速快3代理Now, at a time when there is widespread concern about the quality of graduates’ learning, and when assessment practices have emerged that are able to address these outcomes in nuanced ways, the Commission is asking for documentation of actual achievement. While CFR 2.2a mentions additional outcomes beyond the five core competencies – e.g., creativity, appreciation for diversity, and civic engagement – the five that are the focus of component 4 were deemed generic, fundamental to students’ future success, and assessable.

Upcoming Reviews

Semester Review
Summer 2019 Mid-Cycle Review
Fall 2021 Offsite Review
Spring 2022 Accreditation Visit

Documents





Interim Report Action Summary, February 2019 (PDF)