Standard 4: Student Services
Self Study Instructions
Provide a narrative for each sub-section of Standard 4.
Explain how your program complies with the part of the standard.
The narrative is a comprehensive description of how you meet or comply with the standard.
Provide the following exhibits:
Exhibit 4.1: An outline of the student orientation program. This exhibit can be a brochure/outline of the
Student Services orientation for all new students or a brochure/outline of the department or program ori-
Exhibit 4.1A: A list of assessment tests used to assess reading, mathematical, and language skills. If
HVACR requirements are different from other technical programs, please provide minimum scores for the
HVACR program admission.
Exhibit 4.2: A copy of the medical information form used to maintain student medical information. If actu-
al forms are used as an exhibit, student name and identifying information should be redacted to ensure
Exhibit 4.3: A copy of the published office hours for student services for counseling.
Exhibit 4.4: A copy of an executed student transcript form that does not contain the student’s name or
Exhibit 4.5: The process and /or records establishing proof of compliance with student placement and
assistance. Exhibits should include actual numbers of students that enter the program and subsequently
leave the program as a leaver or completer. It is helpful if reports indicate students that were employed in
field, related field, military, unemployed, etc. Most institutional accreditation agencies require member
schools to submit this type information on a yearly report and such reports make good exhibits.
Exhibit 4.6: A copy of your current employer and student follow-up surveys. Exhibits may include actual
numbers for each response category or averages for each response category. If completed surveys are
used as an exhibit, please redact all personal identifying information.
Exhibit 4.6: A copy of your current employer and student follow-up surveys.