AACC is committed to helping students achieve their educational goals. In fact, we made completion the theme of our strategic plan. With every move we make we ask how this can help students achieve academic excellence and remain engaged with their own goals.
Engagement Matters II - Excellence through Innovation
With learning as its central mission, Anne Arundel Community College responds to the needs of our diverse community by offering high quality, affordable, accessible and innovative lifelong learning opportunities.
- Community and Relationships
- Innovation and Creativity
- Equity and Inclusion
Engagement and Entry
Increase engagement with students, employees and community.
Progress and Growth
Increase progress, growth and connection of students and employees.
Retention and Completion
Increase retention and completion of all students.
Ensure that every interaction contributes to a high-quality education.
- Establish collegewide expectations for employee interactions with students and one another.
- Use high-quality educational practices and learning to eradicate systemic inequalities.
- Revise and implement a college-wide ADA/accessibility plan.
Create an equitable culture of engagement where each member of the college community is committed to providing high-quality student and employee experiences.
- Create and implement an employee engagement program.
- Enhance decision-making, equity and shared governance processes.
- Ensure all students have a college advocate throughout their entire educational journey.
- Create a student engagement experience focusing on high-enrollment courses and student development learning outcomes.
- Enhance and implement a comprehensive training program on equity.
- Collaborate with community stakeholders to prepare students to succeed and address the needs of our local economy.
Innovate to ensure equity in college systems and practices to provide positive student and employee experiences.
- Ensure new educational initiatives that anticipate the needs of an evolving student population.
- Meet the expectations of students and stakeholders through data-driven strategies.
Allocate resources in support of the college mission in responsible, sustainable, and equitable ways.
- Regularly review institutional structures and processes for relevancy and efficiency.
- Implement a unit-level assessment model that informs planning for resource allocation.
- Engage in strategic resource development to grow new private and public investment in innovative practices and student support.
Key Performance Indicators
Goal: Engagement and Entry
- Market share of recent, college-bound public high school graduates
- Market share of first-time, full-time freshmen
- Market share of part-time freshmen
- Dual enrollment
- Enrollment in online courses
Goal: Progress and Growth
- Completion Developmental Requirements (by student characteristics)
- First-time students that earn 15+ credits in Year 1
- Gateway Math courses in Year 1
- Gateway English courses in Year 1
Goal: Retention and Completion
- Fall-to-Fall Retention (by student characteristics)
- Persistence Rate (by student characteristics)
- Associate Degrees awarded
- Credit Certificates awarded
- Gainful Employment non-credit workforce credentials awarded
- 150% Graduation Rate (by student characteristics)
- 200% Graduation Rate (by student characteristics)
- Overall credit course success rate (by student characteristics)
- Licensure/certification examination pass rate
- Student Learning Outcomes Met Target: Program Assessment
- Student Learning Outcomes Met Target: Highly Enrolled and/or General Education Courses
- Online courses that model QCAR standards
- Transfer after 1 year graduation
- Credit FTE
- Credit Headcount
- Non-credit FTE
- CCSSE Comprehensive Score on Support for Learning
- Student participation in high impact practices
- Course sections with embedded support
- Course Success Rate after interim grade date
- Employees enrolled in professional development classes
- Comprehensive score on employee engagement
- New non-credit programs (by delivery mode)
- New credit programs (by delivery mode)
- Enrollment in contract training courses
- Enrollment in CEWD leading to government or industry-required certified or licensure
- Net revenue generated by college operations
- Dollars raised for support of college programs and scholarships
- Bond ratings
- Return on net assets ratio