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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

2020 Status
Achieved
Of the 264 Allied Health Science students who were eligible to graduate Winter 2020 and Fall 2020, 25 students (9.5%) got a letter from the Registrar stating deficiencies were preventing them from graduating on time. These 25 students had a total number of 68 deficiencies (1.7%); three of the 68 deficiencies (4.4%) dealt with general education requirements. This deficiency falls well below the 15% target. Spring/Summer 2020 data was not available due to covid.

2019 Status
Achieved
Of the 284 Allied Health Science students who were eligible to graduate calendar year 2019, 25 (8.8%) students got a letter from the Registrar stating deficiencies were preventing them from graduating on time. These 25 students had a total number of 57 deficiencies (1.3%); two of the 57 deficiencies (3.5%) dealt with general education requirements. This deficiency falls well below the 15% target.

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

2020 Status
Achieved
Of the 264 Allied Health Science students who were eligible to graduate Winter 2020 and Fall 2020 25 (9.5%) students got a letter from the Registrar stating deficiencies were preventing them from graduating on time. Of all the conceivable deficiencies among the 264 students, there were 68 deficiencies (1.7%); 24 of the 68 deficiencies (35.3%) fell within university requirements. This deficiency is below the 55% target. Spring/Summer 2020 data was not available due to covid.

2019 Status
Achieved
Of the 284 Allied Health Science students who were eligible to graduate calendar year 2019, 25 (8.8%) students got a letter from the Registrar stating deficiencies were preventing them from graduating on time. These 25 students had a total number of 57 deficiencies (1.3%); 27 of the 57 deficiencies (47.4%) dealt with university requirements. This deficiency falls below the 55% target.

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

2020 Status
Not Yet Achieved
Of the 264 Allied Health Science students who were eligible to graduate calendar year Winter 2020 and Fall 2020, 25 (9.5%) of the students got a letter from the Registrar stating deficiencies were preventing them from graduating on time. These 25 students had a total number of 68 deficiencies (1.7%); 41 of the 57 deficiencies (60.3%) dealt with major requirements. This deficiency is greater than the threshold of 35 and target of 38. Spring/Summer 2020 data was not available due to covid.

2019 Status
Not Yet Achieved
Of the 284 Allied Health Science students who were eligible to graduate calendar year 2019, 25 (8.8%) students got a letter from the Registrar stating deficiencies were preventing them from graduating on time. These 25 students had a total number of 57 deficiencies (1.3%); 28 of the 57 deficiencies (49.1%) dealt with university requirements. This deficiency is greater than threshold of 35 and target of 38.

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

2020 Status
Achieved
Due to covid the forms used previously to gather data were altered and no longer included the information needed to determine accuracy of schedules. This concludes the New Student Registration Schedule check assessment.

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

2020 Status
Not Yet Achieved
In 2020, 36 students applied and were not admitted to either the DMS, CVS, or RT programs. Of that group, 28 (77%) enrolled in courses for the Fall 2020 semester. 66% (24 students) met with an academic advisor and 36% (13 students) attended either a group or 1:1 parallel planning session. For context, most parallel planning sessions are offered during March/April. The university shut down did force one group session to be cancelled. That factor could have contributed to the lower number.

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

2020 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The Career Center did away with the Focus 2 and changed over to PathwayU. This change was implemented in Fall 2020. The PathwayU program is similar in nature to Focus 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.