Seminole State College of Florida is participating in the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) starting Monday, March 25.
Students in randomly selected classes at Seminole State and at many other colleges across the nation will have the chance to share their views by completing the survey. More than 1,200 Seminole State students will be surveyed, according to Institutional Research.
The survey generally takes 30-45 minutes to complete. Questions focus on how students spend their time, the nature and quality of students’ interactions with faculty members and peers, and what students have gained from their classes and other aspects of their college experience.
Students who are in a class that is selected to participate in the survey are encouraged to respond candidly. Individual responses will remain confidential, but the results of this national survey will be important in helping Seminole State examine its educational practices and identify ways to improve programs and services for students.
The survey is part of the Center for Community College Student Engagement. Seminole State also participated in the survey in 2011.
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