CCSSE and SOSE 2017
The Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) is a nationwide survey of community college students that is conducted at MJC every 2 years, in collaboration with the Community College Leadership Program at the University of Texas at Austin. Results from the CCSSE have been utilized for:
(1) Assessment of core indicators of institutional effectiveness
(2) Measurement of student engagement as a reflection of institutional quality
(3) Identification of areas of needed institutional improvement
(4) Application of an equity lens to determine if there are gaps between student groups.
Details about the history of offerings of the CCSSE student survey at MJC are available
at the CCSSE at MJC website.
COMPLETION OF THE 2017 CCSSE AT MJC
The 2017 CCSSE student survey conducted at MJC was finished as of mid-April. 47 courses participated out of 48 total courses recommended by CCSSE for surveying. Nearly 1200 completed surveys from these courses have subsequently been analyzed. Overall response rate for students in the surveyed MJC 2017 courses was 61%, which placed MJC at 10th highest response rate among the 25 nationwide "extra large enrollment" institutions participating in the 2017 cycle.
Highlights Reports from 2017 CCSSE:
** Executive Summary from CCSSE regarding MJC's results
** "Key Findings from the 2017 CCSSE at MJC", a summary report by Scott Kerlin
** CCSSE Detailed Survey Results 2017 Compared with Nationwide Participating Colleges
** CCSSE Survey Results 2017 by Benchmark, Comparing MJC vs. Consortium: Bakersfield, Butte College, and Fresno City College
** Longitudinal Trends in assessment of 5 major benchmark categories in the survey results from 2006-2017
** Summary of 2017 MJC-specific custom survey questions disaggregated by major race/ethnicity grouping
SOSE Results and Trends from 2017
The Survey of Online Student Engagement (SOSE) is a separate version of the CCSSE survey that is specifically devoted to online
students. SOSE was pilot-tested at MJC during 2017.
** SOSE Detailed Survey Results from MJC 2017
*** NOTE: Overall statistical analysis and detailed results from the 2017 CCSSE and the 2017 SOSE have been completed by Scott Kerlin. Please direct all CCSSE-related questions to his attention.
Thank you, everyone, for helping to make these surveys a great success!!