Welcome! Here you will find resources about Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

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Tools to help you with your SLOAC assessment:

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In the SLO news: 


Program Level Outcomes by Division:


Student Learning Outcomes for all courses by Division/Department: 


Student Learning Outcomes Purpose Statement

The purpose of Student Learning Outcomes is to establish and institutionalize cyclical processes and procedures developed and driven by De Anza faculty and staff to define and assess specific observable characteristics or outcomes that demonstrate evidence of learning that has occurred as a result of a specific course, program, activity, or process. The college has created three assessment unit types: SLO/SSLO/AUO

  • SLO - Faculty assessors. ie course and program level
  • SSLO - Student support services, staff and faculty assessors (SSLO Handbook & Presentation)
  • AUO - Administrative leaders, faculty and support personnel for administrative assessors

Expanded definitions and purpose statements can be found at SLO Assessment Units


Your coordinators are here to help:

SLO Instructional Coordinators:

SSLO/AUO Coordinator:

SLO Process Drop-In Office Hours:

These SLO Office Hours are to assist you with all aspects of the SLO process (including planning, conducting and documenting assessments at the course and program levels).

Academic Senate Office (Admin 117) 

  • Wednesdays
    4:00 - 5:00 pm
  • Thursdays
    10:00 - 11:00 am

SLO Newsletter

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Your coordinators are here to help:

SLO Inst. Coordinators

SSLO/AUO Coordinator

SLO Process Drop-In Office Hours

These SLO Office Hours are to assist you with all aspects of the SLO process (including planning, conducting and documenting assessments at the course and program levels).

Academic Senate Office (Admin 117)

Wednesdays
4:00 - 5:00 pm
Thursdays
10:00 - 11:00 am


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