Program Outcomes

Vance-Granville Community College’s Early Childhood Associate Degree Program is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Commission on Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation. 

Early Childhood Higher Education Program - naeyc accreditedNational Association for the Education of Young Children

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Washington, DC 2005-4101
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Outcome Measure 1: Number of Program Completers for the three most recent academic years

ACADEMIC YEAR NUMBER OF PROGRAM COMPLETERS

% of program completers who were

attending full-time (at the time of completion)

% of program completers who were

attending part-time (at the time of completion)

AY 2014-2015 27 22% 78%
AY 2015-2016 15 20% 80%
AY 2016-2017 16 6% 94%

Outcome Measure 2: Program Completion Rate: Percentage of full-time students completing the program within the program's published 2 year timeframe

Academic year in which

a Fall cohort of full-time

students enrolled at the institution

Percentage of those students

who completed the program within

150% of the published timeframe

Percentage of those students

who completed the program within

00% of the published timeframe

AY 2011-2012 *Fall 2011* 10% 0%
AY 2012-2013 *Fall 2012* 0% 0%
AY 2013-2014 *Fall 2013* 7.7% 0%

Outcome Measure 3: Average GPA of graduating class

Academic year 

OUTCOME MEASURE

PERFORMANCE DATA

2014-2015 Average GPA of graduating class 3.53
2015-2016 Average GPA of graduating class 3.33
2016-2017 Average GPA of graduating class 3.46

In Class Program Outcomes:

  1. Early Childhood students will be able to create environments that are healthy, respectful, supportive, and challenging for all children.
  2. Early Childhood students will be able to design and implement developmentally effective curriculum that addresses all domains of learning.
  3. Early Childhood students will be able to support and empower all children, families, and communities through trusting and respectful reciprocal relationships.
  4. Early Childhood students will be able to use authentic assessment responsibly to make informed decisions to guide all children's learning.
  5. Early Childhood students will be able to communicate effectively using standard written and verbal skills.
  6. Early Childhood students will be able to utilize technology to enhance learning for all children.
  7. Early Childhood students will serve as a leader, advocate, and professional in the field of early education.