participating in survey
that time of year again when North Idaho College has the opportunity to
participate in the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE);
a national survey focused on teaching, learning, and retention in community
colleges. The project is part of the Center for Community College Student
Engagement and the Program in Higher Education Leadership at The University
of Texas at Austin.
shows that the more actively engaged students are - with college faculty and
staff, with other students, and with the subject matter being learned - the
more likely they are to persist in their college studies and to achieve at
higher levels. Identifying what our students do in and out of the classroom,
knowing their goals, and understanding their external responsibilities can
help us create an environment that can enhance student learning, development,
survey will be administered in classes randomly selected by the centerto
ensure a representative sample and to preserve the integrity of the survey
results. Instructors whose classes are selected for survey administration
will receive specific information from the appropriate administrator.
NIC is intent on being a leader
in higher education, and this survey can assist us in improving course
completion rates, as well as the rate of student persistence to the
completion of their educational goals. To learn more about CCSSE visit
www.ccsse.org, or contact the Center for
Community College Student Engagement at 512-471-6807 or email@example.com.