Program review is the process by which instructional and non-instructional programs systematically assess themselves to ensure currency, relevance, appropriateness, and achievement of stated goals and outcomes related to student learning and institutional effectiveness. The Foothill College Program Review Committee will be responsible for evaluating (comprehensive) program reviews.
Program Review Committee Role:
The Program Review Committee will consist of nine to twelve members appointed through the Academic, Classified Senates and the President (3 or 4 of each), and a student advisory member. Constituent groups are strongly encouraged to appoint members representative of all three Core Missions, as well as a wide range of college programs, including but not limited to: student services, cross-divisional support services such as the Library, and instruction. Senate presidents will confer with each other to ensure that membership is balanced and representative. “Expert” resources will be consulted as needed, such as the SLO-coordinator, CCC faculty co-chair, articulation officer, director of facilities, and Chief Financial Officer.