Institutional Effectiveness Reports on Quality

Standardized Survey Reports

Linked below are the results of standardized surveys administered institutionally (i.e., to students across the institution). Standardized surveys are typically valid and reliable instruments that can be used to understand more about a specific population(s) of interest as well as to see how an institution compares against other institutions.

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SURVEY OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT(CCSSE)
The CCSSE is a product of the Center of Community College Student Engagement that is designed to help institutions focus on good educational practice and identify areas in which they can improve their programs and services for students. The survey asks about practices and student behavior that are highly correlated with student learning and retention.

 

INSTITUTIONALLY DEVELOPED SURVEY REPORTS

Linked below are the results of institutionally developed surveys administered to faculty, staff and/or students across the institution—in most instances. These surveys have been collaboratively developed to assess some aspect of the University.

INSTITUTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE SURVEY

Implemented Fall 2014, the Customer Service Survey is a perpetual initiative that seeks to improve the institutions customer experience. Linked below are the annual results for the past three years.

GRADUATE EXIT SURVEY

The Graduate Exit Survey is administered to graduating students at the point of checkout. Each academic year—fall term to summer term—the results are aggregated and disseminated. The survey was collaboratively developed in 2014 by a group of faculty and staff. The survey assesses students overall experience with the University.

FACULTY/STAFF INSTITUTE

Annually, the University hosts a welcome and professional development day for faculty and staff. Below are the satisfaction results of each event for the past three years.

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