Genesee Community College will be the center of educational excellence and innovation; empowering individuals, organizations and communities to meet the demands of a changing world.
Dedicated to meeting the changing needs of individuals and the community, Genesee Community College, a public, open-admission, student-centered college, commits to providing educational experiences which promote intellectual and social growth, workforce and economic development, and global citizenship.
Our Six Strategic Priorities
- Student Readiness and Access
- Student Success and Completion
- Faculty and Staff Success
- Economic Development and Impact
- College Culture
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Institution-level Student Learning Outcomes
Upon graduation from a degree program at Genesee Community College, the graduate will have acquired skills and knowledge to be able to:
- Communicate effectively utilizing appropriate written, verbal/non-verbal, and active listening skills.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the consequences of life-style choices in the areas of health, wellness, or fitness.
- Utilize appropriate technologies and information management skills effectively for academic, personal, and professional needs.
- Demonstrate knowledge of basic qualitative and quantitative procedures.
- Demonstrate sufficient preparation for transfer to a baccalaureate institution and/or for career development.
- Apply scientific inquiry.
- Employ problem-solving and decision-making skills through the use of inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, creative reasoning, and analytical processes.
- Employ knowledge of historical inquiry and its implications for global, national, and regional affairs.
- Use multiple modes of inquiry to experience the arts.
- Employ creative processes to promote sustainability today and in the future.
- Use multiple modes of inquiry to experience creativity and self-expression across all disciplines.
- Discuss the varied perspectives of other cultures.