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[Note: For details regarding the 2017 CCSSE survey at MJC, please visit the CCSSE 2017 page.]
Every two years during the past decade, MJC has participated in the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE). In Spring 2015 a sample of 1200 MJC students in nearly 60 courses participated. The overall response rate from MJC students was among the highest rates for all of the 2015 CCSSE participating institutions nationwide.
A 3-page detailed overview of notable 2015 results from the MJC survey is available here.
Our 2015 participating students indicated the following:
Additional findings from the 2015 survey:
Reference tables from the 2015 and earlier MJC surveys are available here.
An updated (2016-17) guide for using CCSSE data in institutional accreditation (AACJC/WASC) reports is here.
*** The 2016 CCSSE annual report "Expectations Meet Reality: The Underprepared Student and Community Colleges" is available here.
The Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) was created by the Community College Leadership Program at the University of Texas, Austin. It was developed in order to assist colleges across the U.S. with assessing the quality of their students' educational experiences and improving the institutional commitment to student satisfaction, student success and increased retention. Each year, students from several hundred community colleges across the U.S. participate in the survey.
The general CCSSE survey asks students about their college experiences in a number of areas: how they spend their time; what they feel they have gained from their classes; how they assess their relationships and interactions with faculty, counselors, and peers; what kinds of work they are challenged to do; and how effectively the college supports their learning. Additionally, colleges are able to ask institution-specific questions using the custom survey feature.
Survey results are utilized by participating colleges for assessment of institutional effectiveness in five key performance benchmark areas: (1) Academic challenge, (2) Student effort, (3) Student-faculty interaction, (4) Support for learners, and (5) Active/collaborative learning.
Dean, Institutional Effectiveness
Phone: (209) 575-7795
Scott Kerlin, Ph.D.
Director, College Research
Phone: (209) 575-6727
James Palmer, MBA
College Research Analyst
Phone: (209) 575-6220
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