Institutional Policy on the Evaluation of Student Learning (IPESL)

The Institutional Policy on the Evaluation of Student Learning (IPESL) seeks to make clear to the students, the Board of Governors, the Ministry of Education and the community, the principles and practices of Champlain St. Lambert in the matter of evaluation of student learning.

This policy is a public profession of the commitment to the fundamental values of equity and justice and to the pursuit of academic excellence. However, learning is a complex activity which is difficult to evaluate, and any general policy concerning evaluation should be interpreted with this in mind.

The IPESL sets out the rules for the evaluation of learning that apply to all courses and programs that, under the responsibility of Champlain College Saint-Lambert, lead to a Diploma of College Studies (DEC) or an Attestation of College Studies (AEC).

The IPESL applies to all credit courses in the Day Division and Continuing Education at Champlain College Saint-Lambert. The IPESL is aligned with the Champlain College Saint-Lambert’s Mission, its Student Success Plan, and its Strategic Plan.

The IPESL is in effect as of August 1, 2022.

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