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1 Student Perception Survey Data Jeanne Edman

2 Student Perceptions Study Sample: A total of 543 students completed the survey and included their student ID. Survey included measures of cultural congruity, academic efficacy, social support and campus environment. Survey took about 15 minutes to complete.

3 Goals of the Study To examine whether student attitudes and perceptions were associated with college success at CRC (GPA, retention) To examine students’ perception of cultural congruency, college environment, academic efficacy, and social support. To examine whether there are gender/ethnic differences in these variables.

4 What Do You Think? 1. For which of the following groups was there a relationship between academic efficacy (confidence) and actual GPA? a.African American and Caucasian b.Asian and African American c.Latino and Asian d.Caucasian and Latino

5 Relationships Found There was: –No relationship between academic efficacy (confidence) and GPA among African American and Caucasian students –A positive relationship between academic confidence and GPA among Latino and Asian students –So the correct answer is c)

6 What Do You Think? 2. Which group of students reported the highest confidence in their academic ability? a.African American b.Asian c.Caucasian d.Latino

7 Take good notes PERCENTPERCENT

8 Get myself to do work PERCENTPERCENT

9 Finish Homework PERCENTPERCENT

10 And the Answer Is…. a) African American students reported the highest level of confidence in their academic ability.

11 What Do You Think? 3. Respondents from which group felt least comfortable in the CRC campus environment? a.African American b.Asian c.Caucasian d.Latino

12 Have to change to fit in * PERCENTPERCENT

13 Ethnic values conflict with school expectations * PERCENTPERCENT

14 Family/school values conflict PERCENTPERCENT

15 Feel accepted at this school PERCENTPERCENT

16 And the Answer Is…. b) Asian students reported feeling the least comfortable in the CRC campus environment.

17 What Do You Think? 4. Which group of respondents felt best able to discuss school related issues with their family? a.African American b.Asian c.Caucasian d.Latino

18 Can talk to family about school struggles * PERCENTPERCENT

19 Tutoring services are available PERCENTPERCENT

20 And the Answer Is…. a) African American students felts best able to discuss school related issues with their family.

21 What Do You Think? 5. Which ethnic group believe the highest number of CRC staff encourage their education? a. African American b. Asian c. Caucasian d. Latino

22 Professors/counselors encouraged your education PERCENTPERCENT

23 And the Answer Is…. a) African American students reported that more CRC staff members encouraged their education.

24 What Do You Think? 6. About what percentage of students have no mentor model on campus? a. 35% b. 40% c. 50% d. 65%

25 Have a mentor PERCENTPERCENT

26 And the Answer Is…. d) Approximately 65% of the respondents indicated they did not have a mentor on campus, although….

27 What Do You Think? 7. About what percent of students have no role model on campus? A. 25% B. 30% C. 40% D. 50%

28 Someone on campus that is role model PERCENTPERCENT

29 And the Answer Is…. d) Approximately 50% of the respondents indicated they did not have a mentor on campus, although….

30 Someone on campus cares about your success PERCENTPERCENT

31 What Do You Think? 8. Which ethnic group rated the importance of campus social life the lowest? a. African American b. Asian c. Caucasian d. Latino

32 How important is your social life at CRC? PERCENTPERCENT

33 And the Answer Is…. c) Caucasian respondents rated the the importance of campus social life the lowest.

34 What Do You Think? 9. About what percentage of students were not involved in any clubs or activities? a. 35% b. 45% c. 60% d. 75%

35 How many clubs/activities do you participate in at CRC PERCENTPERCENT

36 And the Answer Is…. d) Approximately 75% of the respondents indicated they were not involved in campus clubs or activities.

37 Concluding Comments Study provided some interesting Results Some results confirm what we thought Some challenge our assumptions – make us think in new ways – gives us new ideas of how to support students This survey will be modified and given again this spring. Contact Jeanne Edman (x 7501 or if you would to have your students participate.


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