Surveys

All Surveys
Surveys Links
CCSSE Surveys

CCSSE Survey Website

CCSSE
Community College Survey of Student Engagement
Distance Learning Surveys Winter 2009  Fall 2008   Spring 2008   Winter 2008
Graduation Surveys and Analysis   2013      2012      2011     2010      2009      2008  

 Survey   Survey   Survey   Survey   Survey   Survey 

IPEDS - Disclosure Information
Reporting System Reports
Feedback Comparison Reports
College Navigator
http://www.nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/

 2012  2011  2010    2009    2008     2007     2006     2005

Integrated Technology Services
  Media Services
  Classroom Labs

2012   2009-10     2008-09
2011 Staff Survey
2011 Faculty Survey
 
Library Surveys  2013    2009    2008
SENSE Surveys
SENSE Website
2009  Benchmarks  Oregon Workshop
Survey of Entering Student Engagement

Student First Stop Survey
  First Stop Employee Survey

2013    2012    2011
2013    2012    2011
Student Opinion Survey 2006 Summary    2006 Report & Historical Data Tables
Survey Software Website Link
Tutoring Services Survey 2013    2012    2011    2010

Graduation Surveys

Student comments and satisfaction are key elements to evaluating our services and educational offerings.  Graduates are asked each year to rate their experiences and we value their input which is used to enhance and improve the learning environment at Southwestern.

2011 Survey

Over 90% of the survey respondents indicated that they had an excellent or good overall impression of Southwestern.

2010 Survey

92% of our graduating students who completed the Graduation Survey indicated they were satisfied or very satisfied with their educational experience, expectations and needs at Southwestern.

2009 Survey

85% of our graduating students who completed the Graduation Survey indicated they were satisfied or very satisfied with their educational experience, expectations and needs at Southwestern.

2008 Survey

92% of our graduating students who completed the Graduation Survey indicated they were satisfied or very satisfied with the preparation they received for their chosen occupation or to transfer to another college.

2007 Survey

87% of our graduating students who completed the Graduation Survey indicated they were satisfied or very satisfied with their educational experience, expectations and needs at Southwestern. 

2006 Survey

89% of our graduating students who completed the Graduation Survey indicated they were satisfied or very satisfied with their educational experience, expectations and needs at Southwestern.

IPEDS Surveys

The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) "is a system of surveys designed to collect data from all primary providers of postsecondary education. IPEDS is a single, comprehensive system designed to encompass all institutions and educational organizations whose primary purpose is to provide postsecondary education. The IPEDS system is built around a series of interrelated surveys to collect institution-level data in such areas as enrollments, program completions, faculty, staff, and finances."  (http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/) 

To view Southwestern institutional data as well as other postsecondary institutions, visit the CollegeNavigator system.  Enter the institution name in the quick search area and submit, then click on the institution and the profile will be displayed.  Click items from the list on the left-hand side to display data reported to IPEDS by the institution.  The site lists information, in part, related to Student Right To Know data, campus crime statistics, student loan default rates, graduation and retention rates, financial aid data, some of the required institutional disclosures and consumer information, and other related data.

Oregon Community College Student Opinion Survey

Oregon Community Colleges have participated in the Student Opinion Survey developed by ACT (American College Testing Program) since 1994.  The last survey was  administered in May 2006, with the narrative report for Southwestern student respondents only and a state-wide summary narrative available for viewing.  The tables presented represent the state-wide summary narrative.



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