Institutional Research and Effectiveness

Survey Results

Accreditation Survey (2004)

The purpose of the survey was to gather data for the 2005 Accreditation interim report to the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

Combined Student Survey (2005)

Student responses to questions regarding on-campus childcare, bus service to campus, and the United Students Association.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement (2008)

This survey asks students about many aspects of their college experience.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement (2010)

For the 2010 administration, CCSSE chose "five special-focus items . . . [to elicit] information about 'deep learning,' pedagogical approaches that help students move beyond superficial content knowledge to deeper understandings of self and others." In addition, Institutional Research faculty and staff and WNC's executive faculty selected a set of additional questions for the 2010 administration (see the Custom Survey Items report).

Community College Survey of Student Engagement (2014)

Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (2007)

This survey measures student satisfaction and priorities, and the results are used to gauge progress toward attaining the 2006-2012 Strategic Goals.

Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (2009)

This year's report compares the 2009 results with the 2007 results.

Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (2011)

PARC Assessment & Accreditation Survey (2009)

Part-Time Instructor Survey (2004)

This survey, initiated within the SPFIE committee, was designed to identify concerns and attitudes of part-time instructors.

Recent Graduate Survey

The Recent Graduate Survey is sent out to all WNC graduates. The survey collects information from alumni on their goals and achievement, employment and educational plans, college services and environment, and overall opinion of WNC as an educational institution.

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