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  1. The Students Said… (pt.2) Community College Survey of Student Engagement 2005 Findings Presenter: LaSylvia Pugh – August 29, 2006

  2. What is CCSSE? • A tool that helps us: • assess quality in community collegeeducation; • identify and learn from good educational practice— practice that promotes high levels of student learning and persistence; and • identify areas in which we can improve programs and services for students.

  3. Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) • The 38-item Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) is used to assess the following five benchmarks of effective educational practice: • Active & Collaborative Learning • Student Effort • Academic Challenge • Student – Faculty Interaction • Support for Learners

  4. CCSSE Data Collection Process • A total of 679 credit students in 68 curriculum courses at the Main campus, NDC, and the OCSDC were surveyed in the spring of 2005. • A random sample of 68 courses was selected based on class start time • Excluded Courses:Noncredit courses Distance learning courses Lower-level Developmental courses Independent study courses Dual-enrollment courses - Huskins Bill classes - Dual-enrollment students under 18

  5. Presentation Purpose • Share results of the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) • Compare and contrast Part-time and Full-time students’ responses to CCSSE • How do we compare?

  6. How do we compare? • 2005 North Carolina Consortia includes 11 community colleges (5,806 students):Caldwell, Cape Fear, Durham, Guilford, Martin, Mayland, Southwestern, Surry, Tri-County, Wayne, Western Piedmont • The means (arithmetic average) of DTCC student responses were compared to the 10 other schools in the NC Consortia • *(+) indicate responses above the mean*(-) indicate responses below the mean

  7. Study Findings

  8. Part-time Student Demographics • 47% of participants are part-time • 46% Started college at DTCC • 66% Female; 34% Male • 71% Age 25 or older • 46% White, Non-Hispanic • 40% Black or African American • 35% Earned 1 to 14 credits at DTCC • 61% Not Married N=320

  9. Full-time Student Demographics • 53% of participants are full-time • 39% Started college at DTCC • 56% Female; 44% Male • 54% Between ages of 18 to 24 • 42% White, Non-Hispanic • 40% Black or African American • 33% Earned 1 to 14 credits at DTCC • 75% Not Married N=359

  10. Question Active & Collaborative Learning • In your experiences at this college during the current year, about how often have you made a class presentation?

  11. …Class Presentation?

  12. Question Active & Collaborative Learning • In your experiences at this college during the current year, about how often have you worked with other students on projects during class?

  13. ...Worked with other students during class? *(-)

  14. Question Active & Collaborative Learning • In your experiences at this college during the current year, about how often have you worked with classmates outside of class to prepare class assignments?

  15. ...Worked with classmates outside of class? *(-)

  16. Question Student Effort • During the current school year, about how much reading and writing have you done at this college? • Number of books read on your own for personal enjoyment or academic enrichment

  17. …Number of books read?

  18. Question Student Effort • About how many hours do you spend in a typical 7-day week preparing for class (studying, reading, writing, rehearsing,doing homework, or other activities related to your program)?

  19. …Hours preparing for class?

  20. Question Student Effort • How often do you use peer or other tutoring services at this college?

  21. …Use peer or other tutoring?

  22. Question Student Effort • How often do you use skill labs (writing, math, etc.) at this college?

  23. …Use skill labs? *(-)

  24. Question Academic Challenge • During the current school year, about how much reading and writing have you done at this college? • Number of assigned textbooks, manuals, books, or book-length packs of course readings

  25. …Number of assigned books?

  26. Question Academic Challenge • During the current school year, about how much reading and writing have you done at this college? • Number of written papers or reports at any length

  27. …Number of written assignments? *(-)

  28. Question Academic Challenge • Using a scale of 1 to 7, with 1 being Extremely Easy and 7 being Extremely Challenging, to what extent have your examinations during the current school year challenged you to do your best work at this college?

  29. …Challenging exams?

  30. Question Academic Challenge • How much does this college emphasize encouraging you to spend significant amounts of time studying?

  31. ...Emphasize spending time studying?

  32. Question Student – Faculty Interaction • In your experiences at this college during the current year, about how often have you used e-mail to communicate with an instructor?

  33. …Used e-mail to communicate? *(+)

  34. Question Student – Faculty Interaction • In your experiences at this college during the current year, about how often have you talked about career plans with an instructor or advisor?

  35. …Talked about career plans? *(-)

  36. Question Student – Faculty Interaction • In your experiences at this college during the current year, about how often have you worked with instructors on activities other than coursework?

  37. …Worked with instructors? *(-)

  38. Question Student – Faculty Interaction • In your experiences at this college during the current year, about how often have you discussed ideas from your readings or classes with instructors outside of class?

  39. …Discussed ideas outside of class?

  40. Question Support for Learners • How much does this college emphasize providing the support you need to help you succeed at this college?

  41. ...Provide the support to succeed?

  42. Question Support for Learners • How much does this college emphasize helping you cope with your non-academic responsibilities (work, family, etc.)?

  43. …Help with non-academic responsibilities?

  44. Question Support for Learners • How much does this college emphasize providing the financial support you need to afford your education?

  45. …Provide the financial support to afford education? *(-)

  46. …To Be Continued!

  47. Questions?

  48. Additional Student Data Sources • TLC: Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (CCFSSE) – L. Pugh September 14, 2006 at 2pm ~ Collins 286 • TLC: Non-returning AtD Student Survey – Update – S. Healey September 20, 2006 at 2pm ~ Collins 261 • Evaluation & Research section of the intranet Enrollment reports Achieving the Dream data Other survey results

  49. Thank you for your participation!