page 35
and governing board. Results have consistently confirmed the adequacy of controls and
accurate representation of financial data.
20. Disclosure
EITC has and will continue to disclose to the Commission all information the Commission
may require to carry out its evaluation and accreditation functions.
21. Relationship with the Accreditation Commission
EITC maintains a collegial relationship with NWCCU. A number of faculty, staff, and
administrators are trained evaluators and there is full acceptance of the standards and
related policies of the Commission. The College agrees to comply with these standards and
policies as currently stated or as modified in accordance with Commission policy. The
College also agrees that the Commission may, at its discretion, make known the nature of
any action, positive or negative, regarding the institution’s status with the Commission to
any agency or members of the public requesting such information.
22. Student Achievement
Intended learning outcomes for each degree and certificate program are listed in the
catalog. Outcomes are measured and evaluated at both the program and course level.
Results are used to improve curriculum and instruction.
23. Institutional Effectiveness
EITC systematically evaluates teaching and learning effectiveness through surveys, program
reviews, student evaluations, faculty evaluations, enrollment and placement. Data is used
to guide and revise outcomes and planning for continuous improvement. Faculty do an
excellent job of assessing and planning via student learning outcomes. Program and student
outcomes are shared annually with industry advisory committees to ensure that they are
meeting employer and industry standards. Core-themes assessment and strategic planning
are combined with Idaho SBOE strategic goals to create greater alignment between other
Idaho educational institutions. Advisory committees suggest programmatic changes and
revisions to curriculum to keep instruction aligned with industry and technology changes.
24. Scale and Sustainability
EITC is committed to and maintains a sustainable level of enrollment, human resources, and
financial resources sufficient for mission fulfillment and achievement of core themes.
2.A: Governance
2.A.1 Open and Widely Understood System of Governance
EITC’s system of governance is clearly defined in terms of authority, roles and
responsibilities. The Idaho SBOE Policies and Procedures Manual provides a comprehensive
policy for all postsecondary institutions in the State of Idaho
III.C. addresses the
governance roles and responsibilities of the board, president, vice-presidents, faculty
advisory groups and other representative organizations.,
1...,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35 37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,...106
Powered by FlippingBook