Student Learning Outcomes
Service Area Outcomes
Service Area Outcomes include structured events that occur outside of the classroom,
complement the academic programs, and enhance the overall educational experience of students.
Administrative Outcomes complement the academic programs and enhance, maintain
and support the educational experience of students.
Program Learning Outcomes
Program learning outcomes are statements that describe what learners will know
and be able to do when they graduate from a program.
Institutional Learning Outcomes
Institutional Learning outcomes encompass the whole student experience.
The Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) and Assessment initiative at Foothill College
is chaired by the Academic Senate and the Senate's Curriculum Committee.
Faculty use a team approach toward developing student learning outcomes
and assessments for their courses and the programs at the college. Along
with the Curriculum Committee, the Student Learning Outcomes Coordinator
led the effort to develop the institutional/degree level student learning
What are Student Learning Outcomes?
Student Learning Outcomes are explicit statements describing knowledge,
skills, abilities, and attitudes that a student will be able to demonstrate
at the end (or as a result) of his or her engagement in a particular lesson,
course, program, or collegiate experience.
Student Learning Outcomes address the learning from the student's point of
view: "At the end of this course, the student will be able to..."
To view SLO statements for a course, use the Course Outlines Search Form.