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1 February 2011 Student Survey Reports Results for 2011 President’s Cabinet Meeting

2 St. Petersburg College Student Assessment Points February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet2

3 St. Petersburg College Entering Student Survey Purpose is to:  to develop a demographic profile of the students entering the college,  discover what factors influence their decision to apply to the college,  discern how they learned about the college, and  measure their perception of the importance of various academic, student support services and tutoring areas provided to them by the college. February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet3

4 St. Petersburg College Entering Student Survey  Available July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010  Offered since 2008 as a module in the new student orientation process  Responses matched to the student application and other new student orientation questions  Over seven thousand students (7,414) responded to the survey  New items have been added for February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet4

5 St. Petersburg College Factors Influencing Students’ Decision to Apply Top Five (select all that apply)% of respondents Course(s) or program(s) offered55.9% Close to home50.1% Cost35.4% Friend’s recommendation23.5% Financial aid availability18.8% February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet5 Source: Entering Student Survey Repot, Bottom Five (select all that apply)Rating Other1.8% Athletics1.5% Clubs or organizations1.2% Visit to your high school by SPC staff0.5% Visit to your employer by SPC staff0.2%

6 St. Petersburg College Top Five Sources for Learning about SPC Top Five (select all that apply)% of respondents A friend45.3% Internet45.2% A family member26.5% HS teacher or counselor15.5% Campus visit or open house9.3% February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet6 Source: Entering Student Survey Repot, Bottom Five (select all that apply)Rating SPC TV station2.5% Recruiter at your HS2.4% Movie theater screen2.4% PSTA bus advertisement1.8% Material from display rack0.0%

7 St. Petersburg College General Education Preparedness February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet7 Gen Ed AreaTop Five (select all that apply)Mean Computer and Technology Communicating through the Internet ( , chat, instant messaging, etc.)4.43 Acquiring information/conducting research through the Internet4.27 Using computer software (word processing, spreadsheets, etc.)3.82 Civic ActivitiesVote in an election3.21 Volunteer in community service activities2.87 Participate in campaigns or forums1.91 Humanities ActivitiesAttend a concert, dance performance or live drama3.12 Visiting an art museum2.55 Create a painting, sculpture or other work of art2.33 Life-long LearningParticipate in continuing education3.70 Attend college or personal enrichment classes3.30 Source: Entering Student Survey Repot,

8 St. Petersburg College Entering Survey Summary General ‘noteworthy’ observations include…  Top factors influencing students’ decision to apply include course offerings, friends, closeness to home, cost and Financial aid availability  Top sources for learning about SPC include family, friends, teachers, Internet presence, and campus visit  In terms of preparedness, students are comfortable communicating and acquiring information through the Internet, but not as uninvolved in participating in campaigns, creating art of visiting museums February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet8

9 St. Petersburg College Graduating Student Survey Purpose is to:  examine the demographic profile of the responding graduates,  assess their perceptions of the educational experience at the college and  determine how the education process at the college has changed their behavior and/or their knowledge as it relates to some specific areas of inquiry (educational outcomes). February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet9

10 St. Petersburg College Graduating Student Survey  Available July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010  Offered within the graduation application process  Over five hundred students (505) responded to the survey  New items have been added for  Survey link has been modified to encourage participation February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet10

11 St. Petersburg College Notable Observations  Over two-thirds (70.9%) stated that they “Fully” achieved their educational goal while at the College. 28.3% “Somewhat”  Over half (58.6%) indicated that they planned to continue their education. Of those, 24.5% at USF and 8.4% at SPC Baccalaureate Program February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet11 Source: Graduating Student Survey Repot,

12 St. Petersburg College Notable Observations  Seventy-three percent were working while they pursued their education; thirty-two percent were employed forty hours per week or more.  Fifty-three percent are working in areas associated with their studies.  Ninety-eight percent would recommend the College to others February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet12 Source: Graduating Student Survey Repot,

13 St. Petersburg College Preparedness Top FiveMeanChange Communications/Speech Courses in Your Major Area Ethical Understanding and Behavior Humanities Courses in a Four-Year Program February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet13 Source: Graduating Student Survey Repot, Bottom FiveMeanChange Life-Long Learning Natural Sciences Computer Competency Mathematics Employment After SPC

14 St. Petersburg College Graduating Survey Summary General ‘noteworthy’ observations include…  The vast majority either ‘fully’ or ‘somewhat’ met their educational goal  Over half indicated that they planned to continue their education  Almost three quarters were working while attending; One third were employed forty hours per week or more  Almost all (98%) would recommend the College to others February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet14

15 St. Petersburg College Graduating Survey Summary General ‘noteworthy’ observations include…  In terms of preparedness, students felt prepared in Communications/Speech, courses in their major area, ethical understanding and behavior, Humanities, and courses in a four-year program  Students did not feel as prepared in Natural Sciences, computer competency, Mathematics and for employment after SPC February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet15

16 St. Petersburg College Enrolled Student Survey Purpose is to:  ascertain how our enrolled students perceive the college  determine both the importance and satisfaction with the college’s academic and student support services, and  establish quality improvement initiatives that benefit our students. February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet16

17 St. Petersburg College Enrolled Student Survey  Available October 11 through November 1, 2010  Offered only online via the St. Petersburg College home page (http://www.spcollege.edu), the Angel Learning Management System login page, and the MYSPC login page(http://www.spcollege.edu),  Over three thousand students (3,186) responded to the request to participate in the survey February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet17

18 St. Petersburg College Satisfaction Top FiveRating Personal safety and security6.14 Library6.08 Out-of-class access to computers5.98 Overall quality of educational programs5.97 Other online student services5.96 February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet18 Bottom FiveRating Bookstore5.15 Student activities5.11 Academic advising5.10 Parking4.98 Food services4.94 Source: Enrolled Student Survey Repot, 2011

19 St. Petersburg College Performance Gaps Top Five (Smallest)Rating Library-0.27 Official mailings received from the College-0.30 Student publications-0.37 Business office (tie)-0.40 Initial testing for placement in courses (tie)-0.40 Specialized academic support services (tie)-0.40 February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet19 Bottom Five (Largest)Rating Convenience of times courses are offered-1.05 Bookstore-1.13 Scholarships and Student Financial Assistance Office-1.22 Academic Advising-1.30 Parking-1.46 Source: Enrolled Student Survey Repot, 2011

20 St. Petersburg College Satisfaction Mean Differences Top FiveRating Scholarships and Student Financial Assistance Office0.43 MySPC Answer Place0.21 SPC OneCard Refund Process0.18 In person registration0.17 Application/Admission process0.16 February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet20 Bottom FiveRating Out-of-class access to computers-0.07 Supplemental Instructional Centers/Tutoring-0.07 Bookstore-0.09 Parking-0.11 Overall rating of academic/educational support services-0.16 Food services-0.29 Source: Enrolled Student Survey Repot, 2011

21 St. Petersburg College Campus Sample February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet21 Source: Enrolled Student Survey Repot, 2011

22 St. Petersburg College Enrolled Survey Summary General ‘noteworthy’ observations include…  High satisfaction (>6.00) with personal safety and security, Library, and out-of-class access to computers; Low satisfaction (<5.00) with parking and food services  Large performance gaps (<-1.00) in convenience of times courses are offered, Bookstore, Scholarships and Student Financial Assistance Office, Academic Advising, and Parking February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet22

23 St. Petersburg College Graduating Survey Summary General ‘noteworthy’ observations include…  Large satisfaction increases (> 0.2) in Scholarships and Student Financial Assistance Office and MySPC Answer Place; Large satisfaction decreases (<-0.15) in overall rating of academic/educational support services, and food services Please review campus-specific tables and charts for suggested areas for improvement February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet23

24 St. Petersburg College February 7, 2011 President's Cabinet24 Questions/Next Steps

25 February 2011 Student Survey Reports Results for 2011 President’s Cabinet Meeting


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