In Spring 2015, a CCC team constructed and administered a survey to random "credit students," including students taking lower-division collegiate, career and technical education, and post-secondary remedial courses. Survey was aimed to assess students' preferences and challenges for course scheduling and to understand what about CCC's scheduling approach is working and what is not.
Student Scheduling Survey Data Workbook
In Spring 2015, CCC along with 13 other colleges across the country, participated in a pilot survey administered by the Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE) to assess teaching, learning, and retention for online-only community college students. To learn more about SOSE visit www.ccsse.org/sose, or contact CCCSE at 512-471-6807 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOSE Data Workbook
Summary of Fall Term FYE Pre- and Post-Survey Findings
FYE Initial Student Survey Findings Workbook
To navigate the workbook, use the dropdown arrow in the upper left corner or the tabs at the top of the views. DO NOT use the large arrows at the top of workbook as that will take you to a different, unrelated workbook.
Summary of Winter and Spring Term FYE Pre- and Post-Survey Findings
Summary of Analysis of FYE Participant Versus Non-Participant Comparison Group Retention, Persistence and Credit Momentum
Study Abroad Student Interest Survey Results
Click on the link below to see the course taking behaviors of AAOT grads as well as first-time freshmen starting points. There are also views that allow viewing of what sections are offer in total as a college by day and time as well as participation in that offering by course enrollment and headcount. All of these topics can be viewed by gen ed category, subject and course.
Scheduling Insights Data Workbook
Using input from dozens of college faculty and staff, the Culture, Communication, and Engagement Assessment task force put together a survey - the second step of a three-part process (conversations, survey, focus groups). This process is designed to help us gauge how well our current culture supports our goal of working collaboratively to benefit students and community. Most importantly, it can help us identify ways in which we can improve.
The questions in the anonymous survey were designed to help CCC answer two core questions:
- Now and looking into our future, what are our strengths and challenges in our efforts to create and maintain a culture of mutual trust and support?
- How best can we act to engage and support each other in fulfilling the mission of our college?
Here is a summary of survey results. Any given page of findings past the introduction can serve as a summary at some level.
Culture, Communications and Engagement Survey Highlights
For those interested in more detail, click on the link below. This link will open a searchable workbook. Use the arrow in the upper left corner to navigate through the data according to your interests.
Here is a summary of what we learned from Step One of our process.
Phase One Summary
Imagine Clackamas Online Survey Results - Preliminary
High School Skills Day Intercept Survey Results
CCC Students and Technology Survey Results
National ECAR Survey Results
The ECAR Survey Instrument
Click on the link below to hear what people had to say!
Budget Worksheet Survey
Conducted in winter term of the 2012-13 academic year, this online survey sought input from all CCC students on the types of features they would like to see included in the design of the new Learning Support Center. For more information on this survey or the development of the Learning Support Center please contact Sharon Parker at X3075.
Click on the link below to hear what students had to say!
IRR Home Page
Mission Fulfillment Indicators
Student Progress and Success
State and Federal Reporting
Other of Interest
Data Integrity Community
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