Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science (GSC) engages in ongoing assessment aimed at enhancing institutional quality and effectiveness. Assessment occurs at multiple levels: institutional, co-curricular, and curricular (both program and course level). Effectiveness measures - linked to the College’s Mission, Vision, and strategic plan - are systematically reviewed through an on-going cycle.
At the operational level, institutional, co-curricular, and program-level assessments provide valuable information related to our processes, practices, and development. These practices and process should create a culture that encourages and supports student learning. Course level assessment utilizes specific tools and techniques to determine what and how well students learn. Taken together, these assessment activities serve to enhance student learning, promote continuous improvement, and encourage development.