Program Review 2011-12
Program Review at LATTC will be conducted every year by all Disciplines, Units, Departments, Programs, and Divisions. Each year, Program Review will consist of four Sections in two Phases. The comprehensive module (Section B) will change in alignment with the college’s planning cycle. The annual modules (Sections A, C, and D) drive the need to assess the results and reports on the progress of goals established during the prior year.
To complete the LATTC Program Review 2011-2012 you will need to download the appropriate documents from this website or obtain your USB flash drive at one of the training sessions
PR 2011-12 Time-line
Looking for the Program Review 2011-12
Following Directions for Finding and Completing PR 2011-12
Career Technical Education CTE only
Resource Request Rubric
PR 2011-12 Forms
Phase I, Instructional – Discipline Level
Phase I, Instructional – Department Level
Phase I, Student Services
Phase I, Validation Team
Phase 2, Goal and Objectives Form (use separate form for each Goal)
Phase 2, Activity and Resource Requests Form (use separate form for each Activity)
PR 2011-12 Data Packs
Los Angeles Trade-Technical college conducts surveys of its students and employees on a periodic basis to measure and assess the institutional effectiveness and services we provide. As part of these services this office:
If you are in need of these services, please feel free to contact the Office of Institutional Effectiveness Office at email@example.com.
General population Student Profiles are published at the end of each Spring and Fall term. Special population Student Profiles are published at the end of each catalog year. Information presented in each Student Profile includes a snapshot of student demographics and characteristics for that term/year and other related data.
ARCC and IPEDS
Community colleges contribute significantly to the quality of life for both students and communities. To help us fully meet these expectations, accountability reports help us define, assess, and benefit from better measures of institutional effectiveness, especially in terms of student achievement.
Accountability reports provide the college with an improved ability to assess our own performance, identify areas for improvement, and clearly demonstrate our commitment to our academic mission.
These reports fundamentally enable us to diagnose our own effectiveness and demonstrate to legislators, funders, and other key decision makers the considerable value we deliver to students and communities.
Administrative Services and President’s Office
Validation Form: Team Member Form ; Validation Teams: Excel_File
Campus Level Data: Enrollment ; Awards