Learning And Assessment

An institution’s learning assessments are a measure of its effectiveness in meeting its mission, goals and objectives. It is important to gauge an institution’s educational quality through its students’ learning, as an indication of that learning contributing to society as a whole.

The mission of the Stanton University Library is to serve as an information center for students to discover, create, and share knowledge. The structure is designed to establish and preserve a learning environment that will progressively support the learning objectives of the programs while also supporting the mission of the university. The physical resource collection includes books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, student handbooks, and local journals.

The Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) requires that each institution provide all prospective students with a School Performance Fact Sheet, in fulfillment of the requirements set forth in Section 94910 of the California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2009, that provides information for each program offered in regard to completion rates, placement rates, licensure exam passage rates, and salary/wage information.

All international students are required to enroll full-time in classes for three consecutive quarters in a year.