Learning today, transforming tomorrow.
SUNY Broome Community College supports all members of the learning community by creating access to inclusive, diverse educational experiences. Success is achieved through the provision of innovative academics, transformative student support, and meaningful civic & community engagement.
We realize our mission by fostering an environment that exemplifies the college’s institutional goals to the highest quality.
All members of the campus community will demonstrate:
- Inquiry: We embody an environment that promotes critical and creative thinking.
- Respect: We demonstrate courtesy and tact.
- Integrity: We act with honesty and fairness.
- Trust: Our relationships and interactions are based on mutual understanding and good faith.
- Equity: We embrace diverse and inclusive practices.
Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)
Upon completion of their programs at SUNY Broome Community College, students will be able to demonstrate achievement of each our ILOs:
Cultural and Global Awareness
Students will possess knowledge, encompassing values and ethics, by exploring and engaging with topics related to humanity, society, the environment, sustainability, or diversity.
Critical Analysis and Decision-Making
Students will identify, analyze, and evaluate ideas, arguments or problems as they occur in their own or others’ work to develop well-reasoned arguments or solutions.
Oral & Written Communication
Students will produce college-level written forms and be proficient in oral discourse.
Scientific & Quantitative Reasoning
Students will be competent in scientific and quantitative reasoning through analysis of data in various forms.
Students will perform academic research, activities, skills or projects to demonstrate technical competency.
Students will identify, evaluate, interpret, and communicate source information.
Within a given field or discipline, students will identify the consequences of racism in the United States at the individual, group, and systemic levels.