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  1. Committing to Student Engagement 2008 Findings

  2. Student Engagement Tools • CCSSE • Community College Survey of Student Engagement • CCFSSE • Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement • SENSE • Survey of Entering Student Engagement Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  3. CCSSE Overview

  4. CCSSE: A Tool for Improvement • CCSSE helps us: • Assess quality in community college education • Identify and learn from good educational practice • Identify areas in which we can improve Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  5. CCSSE: A Tool for Community Colleges • CCSSE data analyses include a three-year cohort of participating colleges. • The 2008 CCSSE Cohort includes more than 343,378 community college students from 585 institutions in 48 states, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, and the Marshall Islands. Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  6. CCSSE: A Tool for Accountability • CCSSE: • Provides reliable data on issues that matter • Reports data publicly • Is committed to using data for improvement • CCSSE opposes using its data to rank colleges. ranking Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  7. Connection to Achieving the Dream • Strategy I: Supplemental Instruction • Strategy II: Early Alert • Strategy III: Bundled Services • Advising, career counseling, tutoring services, financial educational and more • Developmental students, orientation, satisfaction with services, retention rates Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  8. Using CCSSE Results

  9. The Inarguable Fundamentals • The center of community college work is student learning, persistence, and success. • Every program, every service, every academic policy is perfectly designed to achieve the exact outcome it currently produces. Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  10. Using CCSSE To Assess, Inform, and Act • Identify key areas (e.g., the areas identified in your strategic plan). • Identify survey items that address these priorities. Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  11. Using CCSSE To Assess, Inform, and Act • Start with the benchmarks. • Look at individual survey items. • Disaggregate the data and identify the least engaged student groups. Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  12. Using CCSSE To Assess, Inform, and Act • Involve the college community. • Design strategies and set targets. • Share the data and plans to address them. Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  13. Using CCSSE To Assess, Inform, and Act • Track progress by measuring outcomes. • Scale up efforts that are working. Modify or discontinue those that are not. • Repeat. Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  14. CCSSE Benchmarks

  15. CCSSE Benchmarks for Effective Educational Practice • The five CCSSE benchmarks are: • Active and Collaborative Learning • Student Effort • Academic Challenge • Student-Faculty Interaction • Support for Learners Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  16. Benchmarking — and Reaching for Excellence • The most important comparison: where we are now, compared with where we want to be. Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  17. Active and Collaborative Learning • Survey items that contribute to this benchmark include experiences such as: • Asking questions in class • Making class presentations • Working with other students in and out of class • Discussing ideas from classes outside of class Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  18. Active & Collaborative Learning *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  19. Student Effort • Survey items associated with this benchmark include experiences such as: • Preparing multiple drafts of papers • Integrating ideas from various sources • Coming to class unprepared • Using tutoring services, skill labs, or computer labs • Hours per week spent studying Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  20. Student Effort *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  21. Academic Challenge • Survey items associated with this benchmark include experiences such as: • Working harder than you thought you could to meet an instructor’s expectations • Whether coursework emphasizes synthesis and analysis as opposed to memorization • The number of assigned textbooks and papers Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  22. Academic Challenge *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  23. Student-Faculty Interaction • The items used in this benchmark include experiences such as: • Using e-mail to communicate with an instructor • Discussing grades, assignments, and career plans with an instructor • Receiving prompt feedback from instructors • Working with instructors on activities other than coursework Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  24. Student-Faculty Interaction Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  25. Support for Learners • The items that contribute to this benchmark include: • Whether the college provides the support students need to succeed • How much the college helps students cope with nonacademic responsibilities • Students’ use of academic advising/planning and career counseling services Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  26. Support for Learners *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  27. 2008 CCSSE Findings by Benchmark

  28. CCSSE Benchmark Survey Comparison to Cohort *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  29. Benchmark Summary Table *2008 CCSSE Cohort Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  30. 2008 Benchmark Summary PCCUA -All Students Surveyed (PT & FT) *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  31. Benchmark Summary Table Part-Time Enrollment Status Breakout *2008 CCSSE Cohort Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  32. Benchmark Summary Table Full-Time Enrollment Status Breakout *2008 CCSSE Cohort Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  33. CCSSE Benchmark SummaryPCCUA Enrollment Status *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  34. Comparison Group StatisticsPart-Time Students *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  35. Comparison Group StatisticsFull-Time Students Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  36. Benchmark Summary Table Enrollment Status Breakout (0-29 hours) *2008 CCSSE Cohort Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  37. Benchmark Summary Table Enrollment Status Breakout (30+ hours) *2008 CCSSE Cohort Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  38. Benchmark Summary TablePCCUA Credit Hour Status Breakout 2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  39. Barriers to Persistence How likely to withdraw from college for these issues? *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  40. Developmental Education Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  41. Study Skills and Orientation Courses Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  42. Key Findings: PCCUA Frequency of Use Community College Survey of Student Engagement *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results

  43. Frequency– Use of Service How often do you use the following services? *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  44. Key Findings: Satisfaction *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  45. PCCUA Satisfaction of Service How satisfied are you with the services? *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  46. Key Findings: Importance Community College Survey of Student Engagement *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results

  47. PCCUA Importance of Services How important are the services at this college to you ? *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  48. Student Services by Use, Satisfaction, and Importance Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  49. Key Findings: PCCUA- Services *2008 CCSSE PCCUA Survey Results Community College Survey of Student Engagement

  50. 2008 CCFSSE