Meeting Our Mission

Our Mission

Woodmont College is dedicated to providing affordable, accessible, universal education with the goal of professional employment and personal development. The institution is able to make education accessible by offering courses online, via distance education. Woodmont College believes that education is the key to personal growth and success and that students should be imbued with professional skills together with moral development and education for values. The values Woodmont College hopes to impart to students are G-d’s instructions for humanity as expressed in His revelation of the Torah.

Direct Measures that Woodmont is Meeting Its Mission

Academic Goals

We measure Woodmont’s achievement of academic goals by reviewing student achievement.

% Measurements where at least 80% of Students Achieved Learning Outcomes per Degree (as seen on Curriculum Maps)

  2018-2019 2019-2021 2021-2022
Judaic Studies 100% 100% 100%
Computer Degrees 100% 100% 100%

 

Completion Rates 2018-2019 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
Judaic Studies 100% 100% 100% 100%
Computer Degrees 94% 92% 93% 100%

 

Passing Rates 2018-2019 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
Judaic Studies 100% 93% 100% 100%
Computer Degrees 91% 91% 95% 95%

 

SAP Report (% of students within SAP, Satisfactory Academic Progress)

  2018  Fall 2019  Spring 2020  Fall 2020  Spring 2021  Fall 2021  Spring 2022 
% of Students Within SAP  91.66%  100.00%  100.00%  98.48%  100.00%  99.03%  98.60% 

 

Graduation rates reflect whether the college is accepting appropriate students who can succeed in its programs. High graduation rates indicate that the college is accepting students who have the time and ability to succeed at Woodmont College. They also reflect whether the college is achieving its mission of educating people so they learn the skills to gain employment.

Graduation Rates (percentage of matriculated students who graduated within 100% of the time.)

Name of Program 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Program Aggregate
JS 0.00% NA 100.00% 100.00% 50.00% NA 100.00% 100.00% 70.00%
CIM NA NA 100.00% NA 100.00% NA 88.89% 60.00% 96.30%
CI NA NA NA NA 100.00% NA NA 92.86% 100.00%
                  88.77%
Year Aggregate 0.00% NA 100.00% 100.00% 83.33% NA 94.44% 84.29% 77.00%

Economic Goals

We measure Woodmont’s achievement of its economic goals by percentage of students on payment plans. This reflects the institution’s commitment to enabling students to graduate without prohibitive debt.

 

Year

Percentage of students on Payment Plan

Percentage of Students on Scholarship

 

2018-2019

75.4%

94.7%

 

2019-2020

73.2%

65.4% 

 

2020-2021

73.3%

72%

 

2021-2022

65%

84%

 

 

Year

% of total expenditures spend on scholarships

2020-2021

23%

2021-2022

31%

Ethical Goals

We measure Woodmont’s achievement of its ethical goals by measuring  what percentage of students demonstrate the skills needed to evaluate ethical dilemmas. This is done by mapping the percentage of grades that students’ earned a B or more for ethics related assignments. See Curriculum Maps for assignments.

  

2018-2019

2019-2021

2021-2022

% of assignments about ethics that students earned a B or above in. (Mapped on the Curriculum Maps)

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 100%

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 91%

 

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 100%

Professional Goals

Employment Rates

Graduation Year

Number of Graduates

Number of Employed Graduates

Number of Graduates Continuing their Education

Did not respond

Of respondents, what percentage are employed or in graduate school?

2016-2017

1

1

   

100.00%

2017-2018

5

4

 

1

100.00%

2018-2019

4

2

 

2

100.00%

2019-2020

9

6

2

1

100.00%

2020-2021

19

15

2

1

94.44%

2021-2022

29

12

9

4

84.00%

2022-2023

5

 

5

 

100.00%

Total Graduates

72

     

97% (average)

Indirect Measures that Woodmont is Meeting Its Mission

Student Satisfaction

Satisfaction with programs (DEAC required questions)

  2018-2019 2019-2021 2021-2022
Did you achieve, or will you have achieved upon completing your studies, the goals you had when you started this course or program?  

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 97%

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 90%

School-wide: 96% 
Would you recommend these studies to a friend?

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 96%

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 81%

School-wide: 93.42%
All things considered, were you satisfied with your studies with us?

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 93%

JS: 100%

CIM/CI: 86%

School-wide: 96%

Conclusion: The three programs have high student satisfaction rates, with over 85% satisfaction rates for three consecutive years.

Satisfaction with student services (Out of 5, with 5 being the highest score, or most satisfied.): 

 

2018-2019

2019-2020 and 2020-2021

2021-2022

Student Services offered useful solutions to my challenges

3.58 

4.22

4.18

Student Services personnel offered me academic or emotional support

3.78

4.32

4.26

Student Services’ support was helpful and effective 

3.74

4.25

4.28

Total satisfaction with Student Services

3.7

4.26

4.24

 

Mission Statement Survey Results

 

2019

2020

2021

Our mission communicates its purpose and solidifies our identity within the educational community. Our mission statement conveys why we exist as a school.

4.6

4.84

4.93

Our value of accessibility is demonstrated through offering online classes.

4.39

4.86

4.86

Our value of morality is demonstrated by including topics and assignments related to ethics throughout the degree programs.

4.5

4.69

4.9

Our value of affordability is demonstrated through various academic and need-based scholarships.

4.39

4.63

4.76

Our value of professional employment is demonstrated through our core requirements such as computer courses that teach skills for succeeding in the work environment

4.39

4.76

4.86

 

Who Are We?

2022

  • 186 active students
    • 100% of are Jewish, from diverse communities
    • 85% female; 15% male
    • 47% are the first generation to attend college
    • 95% have at least 3 siblings
    • 50.5% have at least 7 siblings
  • 72 graduates
  • 4 students placed in pilot internship program
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