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2006 Student Opinion Survey Summary November 2006 GUSTO Town Meeting on Accreditation & Assessment Genesee Community College Presented by: Carol Marriott.

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1 2006 Student Opinion Survey Summary November 2006 GUSTO Town Meeting on Accreditation & Assessment Genesee Community College Presented by: Carol Marriott Director of Institutional Research

2 SOS Administration In-class administration - March 2006 ACE & Distance Learning courses excluded from sample Included Campus Centers, Day & Eve 1,144 students (955 unduplicated) 823 of 1,144 surveys returned (72%) 752 valid responses scored by ACT

3 PAD Week Refresher - Internal Strengths Satisfaction Rating of 4.0 or higher Class Size Library (resources, services, facilities) Buildings & Grounds College Website Internet & Services Faculty Respect for Students Campus Acceptance of Individual Differences Sense of Personal Safety, Security Registration Process Quality of Instruction Classroom Facilities

4 Comparison Group Genesee is classified by SUNY as a medium-sized community college There are 10 other “medium” colleges in our comparison group: Broome Mohawk Valley Corning Niagara Dutchess Onondaga Finger Lakes Orange Jamestown Rockland

5 Demographics of Respondents Genesee 70% Female 67% Under Age 25 89% White 20.5% Married 27% with Children 82% Full-time 58% Plan Transfer 36% Plan to Work 10 Peers (avg.) 59% Female 72% Under Age 25 79% White 14% Married 21% with Children 79% Full-time 66% Plan Transfer 27% Plan to Work

6 Comparative Strengths Areas where Genesee was ranked 1st or 2nd among medium community colleges 45 strengths grouped into following categories: General Facilities & Services Academic Facilities & Services Administrative Services/Attributes Course Attributes Teaching/Faculty Attributes Extracurricular Activities Campus Climate Overall College Impact

7 General Facilities & Services 1: Condition of Buildings & Grounds 2: Student Union 3: Security Services 4: Parking Facilities

8 5: College Website 6: Internet and Services 7: Communication of Student Rules General Facilities & Services

9 1: Availability of Academic Advisors 2: Availability of Internships 3: Classroom Facilities 4: Frequency of Satisfaction with Academic Experiences Academic Facilities & Services

10 1: Billing & Payment Process 2: Financial Aid Services 3: Staff Respect for Students Administrative Services/Attributes 4: Use of Activity Fees 5: Use of Technology Fees 6: Transfer Planning Assistance

11 1: Availability of Courses at Times You can Take Them 2: Availability of Courses for Graduation Requirements 3: Availability of On-line Courses 4: Course Registration Process Course Attributes

12 1: Faculty Respect for Students 2: Quality of Instruction 3: Availability of Instructors Outside of Class Teaching/Faculty Attributes

13 4: Required to Think Critically in Completing Assignments 5: Required to Judge the Value of Information, Arguments, or Methods 6: Had Faculty Who Used Innovative Technology to Facilitate Learning 7: Worked with Other Students on Class Assignments Teaching/Faculty Attributes

14 1: Cultural Programs 2: Opportunities for Community Service 3: Student Newspaper 4: Student Radio Station Extracurricular Activities

15 1: Acceptance of Individual Differences 2: Openness to Opinions of Others 3: Sense Personal Safety & Security 4: Student Input in College Policies & Plans Campus Climate 5: Your Sense of Belonging 6: Your Social Support Network

16 1: Acquiring Analytical Thinking Skills 2: Acquiring Knowledge & Skills Needed for a Career 3: Acquiring Knowledge & Skills to Maximize Health & Well-Being Overall College Impact

17 4: Developing Leadership Skills 5: Developing Self-Understanding 6: Speaking Clearly & Effectively 7: Using Computer & Information Technology Effectively Overall College Impact

18 Areas for Growth Areas where Genesee’s mean rating was significantly lower than peers and all other SUNY Community Colleges Satisfaction with Athletic Facilities Disruptive Classroom Behavior by Other Students Student Dishonesty in Completing Assignments or Exams

19 Areas For Growth

20 Areas Improved!! Areas in which we moved up at least 5 points in rank and at least.20 points in avg score: Student Union Student Government * Student Input in College Policies/Plans Bookstore * College Food Services * Opportunity for Community Service Recreation, Intramural Programs * Appeared as an Area in Need of Improvement in 2003 Survey

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22 (In Genesis, select the “College Info” tab. The IR link is on your right.)

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