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Program Outcomes:
   1. Student Services will support student learning and contribute to the financial
      health of the institution by promoting enrollment through marketing of academic
      programs and active outreach to prospective students.

    2. Student services will support student learning and contribute to the financial and
       cultural health of the institution by providing students with accurate and timely
       information about academic, financial aid, and institutional policies and
       procedures and the consequences of failing to adhere to or follow those policies
       and procedures.

    3. Student Services will support student learning by maintaining accurate student
       academic and financial records and by making those records or data related to
       those records available to governmental agencies, students, graduates, and other
       authorized persons in a timely manner.

    4. Student Services will celebrate student learning outcomes achievement and
       contribute to the cultural health of the institution by certifying students’ eligibility
       for graduation and organizing an appropriate graduation ceremony.


Essential Functions:

Registrar:
    1. Registration
    2. Schedule Changes &Withdrawal Processing
    3. Mid-term Evaluation
    4. Processing of Grades

Financial Aid:
    1. Application Process
    2. Award Process
    3. Advising
    4. Scholarship

Admissions and Records:
   1. Recruitment
   2. Acquaint new students with CMI college programs, services, and foster as much understanding as
        possible among students with regard to admission and the consequences of student’s academic
        grades likewise absenteeism
   3. Maintain, improve and creatively expand student records in order to provide effective and
        response services
   4. Graduation
   5. Alumni Data
Research and Planning

Program Outcomes:
   1. Research and Planning supports student achievement of learning outcomes and
      contributes to the financial and cultural health of the institution through collection
      of accurate and timely data related to academic and institutional activities and
      performance.

   2. Research and Planning supports student achievement of learning outcomes and
      supports the financial and cultural health of the institution by providing processes
      and services that enable key constituents to access institutional information and
      data.

   3. Research and Planning informs and educates the campus community about the
      implications inherent in its analysis of accurate institutional data.

   4. Research and Planning takes active steps to ensure the accuracy and integrity of
      data used across the campus.

Essential Functions:
   1. Ongoing intranet and website enhancements
   2. Survey/Project/Ad hoc Data Analysis and Results
   3. Distribution of Data and Reports
   4. Deliver Cross campus electronic data/information sharing
   5. Increased integration and accessibility of School Information Systems
   6. Confirm data integrity and accuracy of student records


Student Life and Development
Program Outcomes:
Student Life and Development, in collaboration with all divisions on campus, will help
develop an atmosphere conducive to student learning

       A. by providing programs and services that enhance the physical, psychological,
          spiritual, and social well-being of the student body.
       B. by providing opportunities for informal learning that connect to and support
          the institution’s curriculum.

       C. through programming and initiatives to increase student

       D. through programming and initiatives that will strengthen and enlarge the
          residential student population.

Essential Functions:
   1. Student Advocacy
2.   Student Programming and Services
3.   Residential Life
4.   Health and Wellness
5.   Student Life and Development
Human Resources Program Level Outcomes
The Human Resources Department will support student learning through the
development of a productive workforce in a satisfactory workplace by:
      i. assuring that the institution’s employment policies and practices are fair,
         equitable, and lawful.
     ii. effectively administering and communicating to campus constituencies the
         employment, wage, and benefit policies authorized by the Board of Regents.
    iii. effectively administering all processes related to employee recruitment, hiring,
         retention, discipline, and termination.
    iv. providing or providing access to appropriate training and professional
         development opportunities.

Essential Functions:
   1.      Benefits                                     Sabbatical
    RMI Retirement                                     Special
    RMI Health Insurance                               Time and Attendance
    Sick Leave                                     5.      Performance
    Sick Leave Bank                                    Faculty
    Annual Leave                                       Classified
    Life and ADD                                       Administration
    Workers Comp
    Housing                                        6.   Recruitment
    Tuition Reimbursement                           Succession Planning
                                                     Recruitment Process
   2.      Communication                               Management
       Faculty Handbook
       HR Manual                                   7.       Staff Development and
       Explanation of Benefits                              Training
       Compensation                                    Training Program Development
       New Employee Orientation                         and Management
                                                        Professional Development
   3.   Compensation                                    Jitdam Kapeel Program
    Faculty                                             Management
    Classified
    Administration                                 8.   Records and Reporting
                                                     Payroll System Support
   4.       Contracts                                HR Database Development and
       Initial                                        Management
       Renewal
       Extension
       Adjunct
       Overload
Library
Program Learning Outcomes:
   1. Students and other users will use the library resources.
   2. Students in CMI 101 (formerly SS 105) and new intakes in the Upward Bound Program will display the
      ability to use the library and its resources.
   3. The library will meet the information needs of the CMI community.
   4. Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills by evaluating information resources.
   5. The library to establish and increase its liaison with the various academic departments on collection
      development and library instruction.
   6. The library will increase its staff involvement and understanding of library and campus issues.
   7. The library will increase its computer and information technology resources to provide better access to
      computer and information technology resources to students and other library users.
   8. The library will assist in meeting the information needs of the local community.


Essential Functions:

   1.   Library usage
   2.   Library instruction – orientation
   3.   User information needs
   4.   Library instruction – competency skills
   5.   Library/Faculty liaison for collection development and library instruction programs
   6.   Staff development and management with staff involvement in library and college issues
CRE/Land Grant
Essential Functions:
   1.   Research projects

PLO #2: The CRE/Land Grant will help develop an atmosphere conducive to student learning by providing
programs that make substantive contributions to meeting the critical needs of the Republic. [ILOs: 1a, 1b, 1e,
1f, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a-c, 4e, 4g, 4h, 4i, 5a-d]
   2. Extension activities & projects

PLO #1: The CRE/Land Grant will help develop an atmosphere conducive to student learning and will
contribute to the cultural health of the institution by modeling community leadership skills and excellence in
design and delivery of outreach programming. [ILOs: 1c, 1e, 1f, 2a-c, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 5b and 5d]
PLO #2: The CRE/Land Grant will help develop an atmosphere conducive to student learning by providing
programs that make substantive contributions to meeting the critical needs of the Republic. [ILOs: 1a, 1b, 1e,
1f, 2b, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a-c, 4e, 4g, 4h, 4i, 5a-d]
   3.   Residential instructions

PLO #1: The CRE/Land Grant will help develop an atmosphere conducive to student learning and will
contribute to the cultural health of the institution by modeling community leadership skills and excellence in
design and delivery of outreach programming. [ILOs: 1c, 1e, 1f, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 5b and 5d]
PLO #2: The CRE/Land Grant will help develop an atmosphere conducive to student learning by providing
programs that make substantive contributions to meeting the critical needs of the Republic. [ILOs: 1a, 1b, 1e,
1f, 2b, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a-c, 4e, 4g, 4h, 4i, 5a-d]
                                       General Education Degree (GED)

Program Level Outcome:

   1. The General Education Degree program will help develop an atmosphere conducive to student learning
      by providing instruction, tutoring, and other services to enable students to take and pass the High School
      Equivalency Examination.
   Link to ILO: 1a, 1b, 1c.

   2. The General Education Degree program will help develop an atmosphere conducive to student learning
      by providing counseling and services to students to prepare them for productive employment or
      postsecondary matriculation.
   Link to ILO: 2a, 3a, 3b, 3e, 5c, 4g,.

   3. The General Education Degree program will celebrate student learning outcomes achievement and
      contribute to the cultural health of the institution by:
         a. Certifying students’ eligibility for graduation.
         b. Organizing an appropriate graduation ceremony.

      Link to ILO: 1a, 1c, lf, 2a, 3e, 4i


   Essential Functions:

   1. RMI Equivalency Diploma/US GED Diploma
      Link to PLO: 1 and 2

   2. CMI Applications for Admission/Others
      Link to PLO: 2

   3. Registration and Tuition Fees
      Link to PLO: 2

   4. Annual Retreat
      Link to PLO: 2

   5. Program Expansion
      Link to PLO: 1 and 2

   6. Graduation
      Link to PLO: 1 and 2
Marshallese Culture Programs Office (MCPO)


Program Level Outcome                                                       Links to ILO’s
1. The MCPO will collect, catalog, and store data and resource material     2a, 2d, 3c
related to Marshallese culture, history, and tradition.

2. The MPCO will facilitate and coordinate co-curricular                    1a, 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 3c
programs/activities with a Marshallese theme between the academic
and non-academic divisions of the College.

3. The MPCO will act as liaison and resource person between students        1f, 2a, 2b, 2c, 3b
and faculty, faculty and staff, and the College and community-at-large
regarding issues that highlight and focus on Marshallese traditions.
4. The MPCO will develop and implement College programs and                 2a, 2b, 2c, 5b
services deemed necessary and appropriate to instill pride in the
Marshallese culture.

Essential Functions                                                         Links to PLO’s
Assist instructors in the development of courses that contain elements      1, 2, 3, 4
of Marshallese culture, history, and traditions.
Retain services of local resource persons to share their knowledge and      1, 2, 3, 4
expertise with the College community and interested others.
Assist in the integration of Marshallese studies into the First Year        2, 3, 4
Program.
Initiate programs and activities that provide insight to traditional        1, 2, 3, 4
methods of fishing, food preparation, and other types of arts and crafts.
Assist in the translation of College surveys, announcements, public         1, 3, 4
presentations.
Initiate programs and activities that provide insight to cultural norms     1, 2, 3, 4
and practices.
Assist in the cultural assimilation of new faculty and staff.               2, 3
                                                                NUCLEAR INSTITUTE

Program Level Outcome:                                                                                                                             Link to
                                                                                                                                                   ILO
     1. The Nuclear Institute, with other CMI departments’ supports will help develop an atmosphere
        conducive to student learning and will contribute to the cultural health of the institution by:

  a) Identifying, acquiring, preserving, and making accessible documents and                                                                       3d; 4a, c, g,
     other items related to the Nuclear Legacy of the Marshall Islands.                                                                            i

  b) Disseminating information about the Nuclear Legacy to internal and                                                                            1e; 3b, d, e;
     external constituents and by sponsoring and engaging with a student                                                                           4a, b, c, d,
     organization.                                                                                                                                 h, i; 5b

  c) Designing, delivering, and assessing student performance in SS260 Nuclear                                                                     1f; 2c; 3d;
     Tests in the Pacific.                                                                                                                         4a, c, f, g,
                                                                                                                                                   h, i


Essential Function:                                                                                                                                Link to
                                                                                                                                                   PLO
     1. Preservation of Nuclear Legacy in the Marshall Islands                                                                                     1a, 1b
        (IT: Technical support thru equipment and demo; IR: Technical support thru storage of materials
        in hard drive; Nuclear Club & 4-Atolls: Acquisition of oral histories; Grant Division: Grant
        writing support in writing a small grant; V-P for Academic & Student Support: Support in writing
        a book, collection of oral histories)


     2. Provide research base for patrons / researchers                                              1a, 1b
        (CMILIB: Information & database sharing; IR: Survey support; Business Office, NCT, 4-Atoll
        offices & MOFA: Information & materials acquisition support; Land Grant: Radio announcement)


     3. Dissemination of information to the community and schools; join projects with Nuclear Club   1a, 1b
        (CMI Library: Make duplicates of films; IR: Help with Power Point; Student-Life and
        Engagement: Support Nuclear Club activities; Physical Plant: Make billboards; Foundation Day
        Committee: Support Nuclear Club Display; Land Grant: Radio announcement)
     4. Dissemination of information to campus community; join projects with Nuclear Club (CMILIB: 1a, 1b
        Display support thru display area; Physical Plant: Support display by making billboards;
        Instructors: Encourage stds to use topics related to nuclear issues)

     5. Delivery of course SS260 Nuclear Tests in the Pacific                                                                                      1a, 1b, 1c
        (Dean and Program chairs: Support course thru revision of course outline and promotion of the
        course)

Note:
Old Function #1) Preservation of Nuclear Legacy in the Marshall Islands was initially a join project between CMINI, CMI Nuclear Club, CMI IT and 4-atolls; now, it is
carried out with the support of the mentioned groups.

Old Function #6) Increasing club members’ engagement across campus has been integrated into Function #3) Dissemination of information to the community and
schools; join projects with Nuclear Club and #4) Dissemination of information to campus community; join projects with Nuclear Club.
Business Office

   1. The Business Office will support student learning outcome achievement and contribute to the financial health of
      the institution by demonstrating effective stewardship of financial resources.

   Mapped to the following ILOs:

   a. ILO#1.b The graduate will plan for the future
      Reason: The Business Office will be a model to the student in demonstrating effective stewardship of financial
      resources. With this, students will plan for their future and aim to have good financial health as seen in CMI.
   b. ILO#3.d The graduate will demonstrate responsible stewardship toward the civic, social, and environmental
      needs of the Republic and/or the global community.
      Reason: The Business Office will be a model to the student in demonstrating responsible stewardship toward the
      civic, social and environmental needs of the RMI and the global community and will aim to be like one.

   2. The Business Office will support student outcome achievement by effective management and disbursement of
      financial aid resources.

        Mapped to the following ILOs:

   a. ILO#4.a The graduate will locate, acquire, evaluate and apply information in response to an identified need
      Reason: Through effective management and disbursement of financial aid resources, students can evaluate and
      identify what they need to do to their financial aid available to better meet their educational needs.
   b. ILO#4.b The graduate will demonstrate the ability to evaluate and reflect on the quality of solutions and decision
      making processes
      Reason: Through effective management and disbursement of financial aid resources, students will demonstrate
      the ability to evaluate and reflect on the quality of solutions and decision making processes especially on what
      they need to do with their financial aid.
   c. ILO#1.b The graduate will plan for the future.
      Reason: With the financial aid available, the student can plan for his/her future by planning what courses to take.
      Also, with the PELL refunds expected and released on time, students can plan how they can spend them to better
      meet their educational needs
   d. ILO#2.e. The graduate will demonstrate a well-developed sense of personal integrity
      Reason: With the financial aid awarded, the student can feel a sense of personal integrity. They will feel the need
      to study harder and feel honored that they were given the chance to finish their education.
   e. ILO#3.c The graduate will contribute to sustainable economic development.
      Reason: Students will contribute to a sustainable economic development through the refunds they will get from
      financial aid resources.

   3.    The Business Office will contribute to the financial and cultural health of the institution by assuring that all
        accounting policies and procedures are properly documented, communicated and strictly enforced and followed
        by the campus community.

        Mapped to the following ILOs:

   a. ILO#4.b The graduate will demonstrate the ability to evaluate and reflect on the quality of solutions and decision
      making processes
      Reason: The Business Office will be a model for the student in its ability to evaluate and reflect on the quality of
      solutions and decision making by demonstrating that all accounting policies and procedures are followed.
Essential Functions:

    1.    Accounts Receivable-PLO# 2, 3
    2.    Accounts Payable- PLO# 1, 3
    3.    Bookstore/Auxiliary Enterprises- PLO#2
    4.    General Accounting-PLO# 1, 2, 3
    5.    Procurement- PLO#3,1
    6.    Treasury-PLO#1,2
    7.    Revenues-PLO#1,2
    8.    Payroll-PLO#1,2, 3
    9.    IT administration of Business Office system-PLO#3
    10.   Budget- PLO#1,2, 3
                                           Physical Plant
Program Level Outcomes:
     The Physical Plant will support student learning outcomes by:
     a. Providing an environment conducive to learning for the college and to insure the availability of
        buildings, equipments, utilities, and safety to the greatest opportunity economically feasible to
        pursue the academic endeavors for which the college is constructed. ILO# 1a, 1b, 3a
     b. Investing in professional development training for its staff in order to maintain facilities, campus
        grounds, equipments; vehicles cleanliness/well maintained, free of hazards and in compliance with
        building codes and disability laws
        ILO# 3a, 3d
     c. Setting up activity building (stage) for school functions and other (set-ups) school activities.
        ILO# 1c,
Essential Functions:
1). Maintenance: PLO: a, b
     Buildings
     Equipments
     Grounds
     Vehicles
     Janitorial Services
                                           Information Technology

Program Level Outcome:

Program Level Outcome:                                                              Link to ILO

1. The Department of Information Technology will help develop an atmosphere
Conducive to student learning and will contribute to the financial and culture
health of the institute by:
            a) Acquiring and developing computers and network equipments in a               3a, 4a,
                timely, efficient, and effective manner.                                    4g, 4h
            b) Maintaining and managing the security of the computer and                    3a, 2c,
                networks                                                                    4g,5a
            c) Responding to user needs in a timely, efficient, and effective               3a, 4a,
                manner.                                                                     4g



   Essential Function:                                               Link to PLO
   1.     Provide Help desk system or customer service                    1c

   2.      Provide Computer maintenance service to all                 1a, 1b,1c
           staff, faculty, administrator and student computer
           labs and install new computers

   3.      Management of College web mail service                        1b,1c

   4.      Upgrade and manage network infrastructure,                  1a, 1b, 1c
           bandwidth, and security

   5.      Deliver ongoing Staff Development                               1c



Note:
Old function #2 and #3 are now essential #2) Provide Computer maintenance service on all staffs, faculty,
administrator and student computer labs.
#2 . Regular employee computer maintenance service.
#3. Student computer labs maintenance service.

Old function #4 and #5 are now essential #3) Management of College web mail service.
#4. Student computer lab user and mail account service.
#5. Spam and junk mail message

Old function #6, #7, #8, #10 are now essential #4) Upgrade and manage network infrastructure, bandwidth, and
security.
#6. Bandwidth
#7 New computer lab spaces.
#8 Computer access for relocated office spaces.
Upward Bound Program
                                      Essential Functions & Learning Outcomes Linking to
                                                     Institutional Outcomes

        Program Essential Functions                     Program Learning                     Institutional Learning
                                                            Outcomes                                Outcomes
   1. Diagnostic Assessment for Individual       1a – appropriate diagnostic and other     1b – graduate will plan for the
   Educational Plan (IEP)                        assessments are provided to               future
                                                     identify the level and progress of
                                                 student learning


   2. Academic Classes                           1b – after school academic classes are    4c – graduate will communicate
                                                 provided for success in                   effectively for a variety of
                                                      secondary schools                         purposes and to a variety of
                                                                                           audiences in English
                                                                                           4i – graduate will demonstrate self-
                                                 1c – preparing students for academic      determination
                                                 success in postsecondary
                                                      institutions                         1d – graduate will qualify for
                                                                                           admission to a baccalaureate
                                                                                                degree
                                                                                           2e – graduate will demonstrate a
                                                                                           well-developed sense of
                                                                                                personal integrity

   3. Counseling                                 1a – appropriate diagnostic and other     2a – graduate will value and
                                                 assessments are provided to               appreciate Marshallese
                                                      Identify the level and progress of        culture…….
                                                 student learning                           b – graduate will demonstrate
                                                                                           tolerance and respect for
                                                                                                other culture
                                                                                            c – graduate will identify
                                                                                           influences culture and value
                                                                                                have on social institutions
                                                 1c – preparing students for academic
                                                 success in postsecondary                  4b – graduate will demonstrate the
                                                      institutions                         ability to evaluate and
                                                                                                 reflect on the quality of
                                                                                           solutions and decision
                                                                                                 making process

   4. Evaluation and Assessment                  1a – appropriate diagnostic and other     1e – graduate will seek formal and
                                                 assessments are provided to               informal opportunity
                                                     Identify the level and progress of         to enrich their lives
                                                 student learning                          2f – graduate will demonstrate self-
                                                                                           worth
                                                                                           3d – graduate will demonstrate
                                                                                           responsible stewardship
                                                                                                toward civic, social, and
                                                                                           environment needs of the
                                                                                                Republic and/or the global
                                                                                           community
                                                                                           4h – graduate will demonstrate
                                                                                           innovation
                                                                                           5b – graduate will demonstrate
                                                                                           social-well being and
                                                                                                Interpersonal relationship skills


PLOs
       1.   The Upward Bound Program:
               a. Provides after school, academic classes to enhance the chances of success in secondary school.
               b. Provides appropriate diagnostic and other assessments necessary to identify the level and
                  progress of student learning.
               c. Enhances the chances of academic success in a postsecondary institution for participating students.
                                              Campus Safety and Security
                                          (Tel: 625-6416, CMI Ext Number. 274)

I.       Department’s Essential Functions (DEF)

      DEF-1      Security Reporting
      DEF-2      Identify Training Needs
      DEF-3      Security Information and Awareness
      DEF-4      Security Monitoring and Patrolling

II.      Programs Learning Outcomes (PLO’s)

1. The Department will support student outcome achievement and promote a safe learning environment by…
       A.     maintaining an effective and well trained workforce (DEF 2)
       B.     assuring that RMI laws and campus rules and regulations are followed by all members of the campus
              community. (DEF 1 & 3)

2. The Department will support student outcome achievement and contribute to the financial and cultural health of the
institution by protecting the campus, its property and its community from vandalism, theft, and violence. (DEF 4)

III.      Supporting the Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILO’s)
1. The CMI graduate will strive for excellence in life-long learning.
     f. The graduate will approach the community with an open mind.
         (PLO-1B, 2)
2. The CMI graduate will describe and show respect for multiple traditions and social institutions.
     b. The graduate will demonstrate tolerance and respect for other cultures. (PLO-1B)
     c. The graduate will demonstrate a well-developed sense of personal integrity. (PLO-1B)
3. The CMI graduate will make substantive contributions to meet the critical needs of the Republic of the Marshall
     Islands and/or the global community as a disciplined, thoughtful, well-educated person.
     d. The graduate will demonstrate responsible stewardship toward the civic, social, and environmental needs of the
          Republic and/or the global community. (PLO-1A,B)
     e. The graduate will take the initiative to be a role model / mentor to others. (PLO-1A,B)
5. The CMI graduate will embody personal wellness.
     a. The graduate will demonstrate psychological well-being. (PLO-1A,B)
     b. The graduate will demonstrate social well-being and interpersonal relationship skills. (PLO-1A,B & 2)
     c. The graduate will demonstrate spiritual well-being. (PLO-1A,B & 2)

IV.      Summary

1.    DEF-1 > PLO-1B > ILO-1f, 2b, 2c
2.    DEF-2 > PLO-1A > ILO-3d, 3e, 5a, 5b, 5c
3.    DEF-3 > PLO-1B > ILO-1f, 2b, 2c, 3d, 3e, 5a, 5b, 5c
4.    DEF-4 > PLO-2 > ILO-1f, 5b, 5c

				
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