Minnesota State Community and Technical College has many documents and appendices which illustrate and support our continuous improvement efforts. This repository includes a home for those documents included as links in our 2013 systems portfolio.
The guidelines for the 2017 systems portfolio did not include links to external documents or document repositories. In 2020, the College will move to using an online system, called the Assurance System, to submit its portfolio.
Helping Students Learn focuses on the design, deployment and effectiveness of teaching-learning processes that underlie our organization's credit and non-credit programs and courses and on the processes required to support them.
1P1 College Catalog
1P6 Course Outlines
Category Two addresses the key processes (separate from our instructional programs and internal support services) through which we serve our external stakeholders - the processes that contribute to achieving our major objectives, fulfilling our mission and distinguishing M State from other educational institutions.
Category Three Understanding Students' and Other Stakeholders' Needs examines how M State works actively to understand student and other stakeholder needs.
Valuing People explores M State's commitment to the development of our faculty, staff and administrators.
This category addresses how leadership and communication processes, structures and networks guide the organization in setting directions, making decisions, seeking future opportunities and communicating decisions and actions to internal and external stakeholders.
5I1 AQIP Newsletter
This category addresses how the organizational support processes help to provide an environment in which learning can thrive.
This category examines how the organization collects, analyzes, distributes and uses data, information and knowledge to manage itself and to drive performance improvement.
This category examines the organization's planning processes and how the strategies and action plans help achieve the mission and vision.
Last modified: May 31st, 2013 at 10:38am