The Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) provides information about effective educational practice in community colleges and assists institutions in using that information to promote improvements in student learning and persistence. CCSSE's goal is to provide member colleges with results that can be used to inform decision making and target institutional improvements. Student engagement, or the amount of time and energy that students invest in meaningful educational practices, is the underlying foundation for CCSSE's work. CCSSE's survey instrument, the Community College Student Report (CCSR), is designed to capture student engagement as a measure of institutional quality.
|Results by Year||National Reports|
|Key Findings||Quick Fact Sheets by Year|
|Interest-Area Reports||Understanding Survey Results|
|Data Related to Achieving the Dream||2004 New Mexico Review|
In 2003, CCSSE introduced to participating colleges and the public a set of five benchmarks of effective educational practice in community colleges. These benchmarks allowed member institutions, with missions focused on teaching, learning, and student success, to gauge and monitor their performance in areas that are truly central to their work. In addition, participating colleges have the opportunity to make appropriate and useful comparisons between their performance and that of other groups of similar colleges.
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Empower Students, Strengthen Community. | Empoderar a los Estudiantes, Fortalecer a la Comunidad.