Academic Program Viability Reports

The Academic Program Viability Report (APVR) is designed to be an annual summative evaluation of all lower division (AS) and upper division (BAS/BS) workforce programs at the College designated by the active academic organization levels. It provides key College stakeholders such as the President’s Advisory Council, relevant program-specific information, detailed measure descriptions, and highlights program trends and issues. Program-level goals for the following year are included in the report as part of the program viability report process. The APVR involves a collaborative effort meant to continuously measure and improve the quality of educational programs provided to the community.

A public site within the Educational Outcomes website provides the public access to view CAPR and APVR published reports

The most recently completed Academic Program Viability Reports (APVR) for each degree program may be viewed by selecting the respective tab below.


IE is responsible for ensuring the quality and value of academic programs, student support services, and administrative units, collaborating with the provost, deans, faculty, and administrators to identify and conduct assessments in various areas.



SPC is an accredited institution with many degree programs additionally accredited or approved by state and national organizations specific to those fields of study.

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Various opportunities to complete a research project are available to SPC students. Additionally, student researchers are invited to present their research projects at SPC’s Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium each fall semester.


Contact information for our Institutional Effectiveness Team;

  • Maggie Tymms
  • Jennifer McBride
  • Amy Eggers
  • Robert Mohr