Cankdeska Cikana Community College (CCCC) emphasizes the importance of student learning and teaching effectiveness. The goal of CCCC is student self-sufficiency and independence through academic achievement. The College is dedicated to providing excellence in education and to providing services necessary for students to succeed. The College provides support systems that encourage student success. Faculty are available to provide assistance to students; tutoring and counseling sessions are available to students as needed; and CCCC provide appropriate learning environments. The state-of-art building and instructional equipment are well-maintained for students which includes the bookstore, library, and student services. These items are all geared toward student success at Cankdeska Cikana Community College.

Goals of CCCC Assessment

• Provide a continuous source of the knowledge essential for instructional improvement and assessment of student learning.
• Provide information for making institutional decisions about budget, strategic planning, faculty development, and program changes.
• Develop and retain a well-planned systematic process of data collection.
• Disseminate results that link the institutional outcomes to the mission statement.
• Assure educational quality and improve student learning.
• Improve the delivery of Essential Studies coursework and strengthen the links between Essential Studies and the major programs.
• Assist Institutional Review and Curriculum Planning.

Assessment Documents 

CCCC Assessement Plan [pdf] Student Satisfaction Inventory Results 2012-2013
Formative Assessment Strategies [pdf]  
PEEC Evaluation Report 2013  

Annual Assessment Reports
2015-2016 Annual Assessment Report
2013-14 Annual Assessment Report
Program Evaluation & Assessment 
Spring 2013 Program Trends
Enrollment Trends 2012 – 2015

Student Achievement Data