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Students: Share your opinion in online survey

Students selected have until April 11 to complete the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfication Survey.

More than 18,000 Seminole State College students will be asked to participate in a nationally recognized satisfaction survey that will help improve students' experiences.

The Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Survey is being administered using students' email addresses and an electronic survey link. It will take about 10-15 minutes to complete the survey. The survey must be completed by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 11.

As an incentive, the College will randomly select a winner each day from survey respondents and award a $10 gift card for the Seminole State Bookstore. With a winner picked every day, the earlier you complete the survey, the greater your chances to win. Winners can use the gift cards for textbooks, supplies or any items available in the bookstores on any campus.

Students should check their emails to see if they were selected for the survey. All responses are anonymous and will be used in summary form only.

The survey measures student satisfaction with 12 areas of their collegewide experiences:

  • Academic Advising
  • Academic Services
  • Admissions and Financial Aid
  • Campus Climate
  • Campus Support Services
  • Concern for the Individual
  • Instructional Effectiveness
  • Registration
  • Responsiveness to Diverse Populations
  • Safety and Security
  • Service Excellence

Please contact Dr. Mark Morgan, associate vice president, Institutional Effectiveness and Research, at 407.708.2224 if you have any questions.

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