This is a complete alphabetical listing of DMACC's Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) Projects.
To improve the student experience through advising at DMACC, as measured by defining and communicating a system of processes, which include professional roles, expectations of student touch points and ultimately increasing engagement and satisfaction of all stakeholders (students, staff, community partners, alumni).
To improve the DMACC admissions process for applicants not yet
admitted as measured by:
A. Higher percentage of admitted students
B. Applicant satisfaction of services provided by DMACC
C. Decrease staff time spent on processing applications for
To improve the student experience in online courses by providing quality design and
oversight of online credit courses as measured by the percentage of courses that meet
the criteria of DMACC Online Course Rubric, the regularity of online course evaluation
and oversight, and the increased used of the Signature Course process.
There has been an increased interest in Work-based Learning in industry and education as evidenced by the Future Ready Iowa initiative, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds' Executive Order Number 1, and the creation of the WORRC (Work-based Opportunity Regional Referral Consortium). DMACC recognizes the value of effective and meaningful Work-based Learning experiences offered to our stakeholders in a variety of formats.
This team was brought together to determine what types of Work-Based Learning activities are currently in place at DMACC, and make recommendations for improvements.