Quality and San Juan College. Dr. Carol Spencer. About San Juan College. Humble Beginnings…. SCJ Student Center 1974. Student Head Count 797. Enrollment Growth Fall End-of-Semester. Student Count. Annual FTE. San Juan College Today. Fall 2002 Student Count 8,196. Quick Quality Basics.
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Dr. Carol Spencer
SCJ Student Center 1974
Student Head Count 797
Fall 2002 Student Count 8,196
Leading and Communicating
at Every Step
Student Support Council
Student Learning Council
Community Linkages Council
Organizational Development Council
Professional StaffLeadership and Planning SystemQuality Councils organized around core competencies
How the College
19.3% average annual growth in students transferring to NM four-year institutions since 1995.
Transfers to NM
Average Annual Percentage Growth in Degree/Certificate Completion Since 1997
Degrees and Certificates
Responsiveness to Diverse Populations
The students’ perception of the college’s commitment to specific groups of students enrolled such as under-represented populations, students with disabilities, part-time students, returning learners, etc.
Noel-Levitz National Student Satisfaction Survey.
National mean is normalized to zero.
Dun and Bradstreet PAYDEX measuring the length of time for an institution to pay its debts.
SJC PAYDEX rating compared to other colleges and universities nationally.
National Average - 73
60 – 22 days beyond terms
65 – 19 days beyond terms
70 – 15 days beyond terms
75 – 8 days beyond terms
80 – on terms
Percent of employees indicating SJC is improving working conditions, addressing problems, and encouraging changes to work processes to improve quality.
100Staff and Faculty Satisfaction and Development
Percent of employees indicating their belief that the professional development program is meeting their needs and feel the administration provides an opportunity to identify employee training needs that will help them improve their job skills.
But we don’t stop there…
How are we doing as an organization?
How are we doing as a department?
How are we doing as a class?
How is our individual learning progressing?