Antelope Valley College CCSSE
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CCSSE 2016 Results
The results from the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) administered during spring 2016 provide evidence of increased student engagement across all five CCSSE benchmarks when compared with 2008 and 2014 administrations:
AVC’s overall benchmark performance was higher than that of the 2016 CCSSE Cohort of participating colleges from around the nation. Student engagement was also higher for full-time students compared to part-time students, however even the overall benchmark scores for part-time students increased compared with previous years and the CCSSE Cohort. Over the coming months, IERP will analyze and present the data in depth and faculty and staff will be provided the opportunity to examine and discuss the CCSSE data, the highest and lowest aspects of student engagement, and identify specific actions to take during the next year in an effort to further improve student engagement at the college. In addition, as a stretch goal, for the 2019 CCSSE administration, AVC will aspire to match or exceed top-performing colleges (those that scored in the top 10% of the cohort by benchmark) on at least one of the benchmarks (to be identified at college-wide meetings).
CCSSE 2016 ILO Assessment Results - link opens in a new tab