NEASC Annual Meeting December 4-6, 2013 Philip J. Sisson Provost/VP of Academic and Student Affairs Middlesex Community College [email protected] Measuring Civic Engagement. MCC Fast Facts. Two Campuses – Bedford and Lowell Majors : 75 degree and certificate programs
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Two Campuses – Bedford and Lowell
(12 credits per semester): 5,307 (44%)
The MCC graduate will demonstrate Social Responsibility within the college community with:
The Vision Project – A Public Agenda for Higher Education in Massachusetts
Raising the percentage of high school graduates going to college—and the readiness of these students for college-level work.
Increasing the percentage of students who complete degree and certificate programs.
Achieving higher levels of student learning through better assessment and more extensive use of assessment results.
Aligning occupationally oriented degree and certificate programs with the needs of statewide, regional and local employers.
Providing students with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to be active, informed citizens.
Closing achievement gaps among students from different ethnic, racial and income groups in all areas of educational progress.
Conducting research that drives economic development.
Time to Lead: The Need for Excellence in Public Higher Education, September 2012
UMass/Lowell - Integrative Learning and Community Engagement Rubric
Appendix B: Massachusetts Civic Learning and Engagement Assessment Framework
(Massachusetts Vision Project Frameworks for Civic Learning)