INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT AREA
DIVISION
RESPONSIBLE
PARTY
DUE DATE
COMPLETED
NEXT
DUE
Facilities and ConstructionFinance and Administrative ServicesVP of Finance and Administrative Services Fall 2008Fall 2014
Fiscal ServicesFinance and Administrative ServicesVP of Finance and Administrative Services Fall 2009 
Human ResourcesHuman ResourcesDirector of HR Spring 2011  
Institutional AdvancementDevelopment, External Relations and FoundationExecutive Director of Development and External Relations Spring 2011 
Institutional ResearchInstitutional ResearchDirector of IR Spring 2011 
Purchasing, Warehouse and TransportationFinance and Administrative ServicesVP of Finance and Administrative Services Fall 2009 
TeCSInformation ServicesChief Information Services Officer Spring 2011 

 

While institutional support areas may not contribute directly to student learning outcomes, their services enable students, faculty, and staff to engage in learning, teaching, and supportive services. This program review process addresses the need for a department's services and the ways it contributes to college-wide institutional outcomes.

Citrus College Institutional Outcomes (approved by Steering Committee June 9, 2009)
Institutional outcomes are not limited to students in programs and services, but may apply to the broader community served by the college.

Institutional outcomes demonstrate commitment to the college mission which states,
Citrus College delivers high quality instruction that empowers students to compete globally and to contribute to the economic growth of today's society. We are dedicated to fostering a diverse educational community and cultural learning environment that supports student success in pursuit of academic excellence, economic opportunity, and personal achievement.

Citrus College fosters a diverse educational community and cultural learning environment that supports student success in the areas of core competencies adopted by the college in order to assure an informed and ethical citizenry.

· Academic Excellence (General Education): Students transferring or completing degrees or certificates from Citrus College must demonstrate effectively assessed learning in the six areas of general education competency.
       · Instructional programs and services
       · Student support services
       · Institutional support

· Economic Opportunity (Career and Technical Education): Participants preparing for employment and/or career advancement demonstrate effectively assessed learning in the six areas of core competency adopted by the college.
· Instructional programs and services
· Student support services
· Institutional support

·  Personal Achievement (Life-long Learning): Participants engaged in life-long learning demonstrate effectively assessed personal achievement in the six areas of core competency adopted by the college.
      · Instructional programs and services
      · Student support services
      · Institutional support