Seward County Community College Outcomes

 

Students who graduate from SCCC will demonstrate the ability to meet the following outcomes:

 

  1. Read with comprehension, be critical of what they read, and apply knowledge gained to real life situations.
     
  2. Communicate ideas clearly and proficiently in writing, appropriately adjusting content and arrangement for varying audiences, purposes, and situations.
     
  3. Communicate their ideas clearly and proficiently in speaking, appropriately adjusting content and arrangement for varying audiences, purposes, and situations.
     
  4. Demonstrate mathematical skills using a variety of techniques and technologies.
     
  5. Demonstrate the ability to think critically by gathering facts, generating insights, analyzing data, and evaluating information.
     
  6. Exhibit skills in information and technological literacy.
     
  7. Understand each other, moving beyond simple acceptance to embracing and celebrating the rich dimensions of diversity by working as a team to learn, engaging with community, exhibiting cultural awareness, and creating equity.
     
  8. Show the ability to contribute to political, civic, and community responsibilities as an informed member of society.
     
  9. Exhibit workplace skills that include respect for others, teamwork competence, attendance/punctuality, decision making, conflict resolution, truthfulness/honesty, positive attitude, judgment, and responsibility.

Assessment Links

SCCC Outcomes
 

Student Learning Goals

Effective Communication Learning

Intellectual Skills Learning

Personal and Social Responsibility Learning

Staging Enabled