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College of Health Professions - Student Services Office

Student Outcomes

Assessment of Student Outcomes

Outcome ADV-A AHS Graduation Requirements

Allied Health Science majors within the College of Health Professions will effectively meet graduation requirements.
Objective 1 Allied Health Science students will complete the appropriate courses necessary to meet the general education requirements.

Measure 1

2018 Status
Achieved
Due to a delay in securing data, the reports for ADV A.1-3 are based on calendar year rather than school year. This report pertains to the Winter, Spring/Summer and Fall semesters of 2018. Of the 313 AHS students who were eligible to graduate in 2018, 37 were deemed ineligible to graduate. Within this group of students, 0% of the deficiencies were related to the General Education requirements. This percentage falls well below the 15% target.

Objective 2 Allied Health Science students will complete the appropriate courses necessary to meet the university requirements.

Measure 1

2018 Status
Achieved
Due to a delay in securing data, the reports for ADV A.1-3 are based on calendar year rather than school year. This report pertains to the Winter, Spring/Summer and Fall semesters of 2018. Of the 313 AHS students who were eligible to graduate in 2018, 37 were deemed ineligible to graduate. Within this group of students, 33% of the deficiencies were due to unfulfilled University Requirements. This percentage falls well below the 55% target.

Objective 3 Allied Health Science students will complete the appropriate courses necessary to meet the major requirements.

Measure 1

2018 Status
Not Yet Achieved
Due to a delay in securing data, the reports for ADV A.1-3 are based on calendar year rather than school year. This report pertains to the Winter, Spring/Summer and Fall semesters of 2018. Of the 313 AHS students who were eligible to graduate in 2018, 37 were deemed ineligible to graduate. Within this group of students, 66.5% of the deficiencies were related to unfulfilled Major requirements. This percentage is greater than the 35% Target and 38% Threshold.

Outcome ADV-B New Student Registration Schedule Check

FTIAC (First Time in Any College) students who declared a College of Health Professions major at New Student Registration will start their first semester at GVSU with an appropriate schedule.
Objective 1 As a result of checking the class schedule of each student who declared a College of Health of Profession's major at New Student Registration, CHP students will start the fall semester with an appropriate schedule.

Measure 1

2019 Status
Achieved
2.4% of students who declared a College of Health Profession's major had errors in their schedules after attendance at New Student Registration.

Outcome ADV-C Student Retention

Students who apply to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) and Cardiovascular Sonography (CVS) programs but are denied admission will remain at GVSU.
Objective 1 Students will attend a parallel planning workshop to learn about alternative major options at GVSU, which will increase retention rates by 5%.

Measure 1

2019 Status
Not Yet Achieved
During the 2019 application cycle, 22 students applied and were not admitted into either the CVS or DMS program. Of those 22 students, 18% (4 students) attended a parallel planning workshop. Likewise, 68% (15 students) were retained and registered for classes for the F19/W20 academic year. We hit our threshold for the year and were below the target percentage.

Measure 2

2019 Status
Not Yet Achieved
During the 2019 application cycle, 22 students applied and were not admitted into either the CVS or DMS program. Of those 22 students, 18% (4 students) completed the Focus 2 exam. Overall, 68% (15 students) were retained and registered for classes for the F19/W20 academic year. We did not hit our threshold or target percentage.