CCSSE, CCFSSE, and SENSE Surveys
PCCUA provides students with the opportunity to participate in student engagement surveys. The College uses survey products from the Center for Community College Student Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin www.ccsse.org.
The student surveys include the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) and the Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE). These surveys are administered every other year.
- CCSSE surveys are administered to students who have been in college for more than one semester and to gather information about their overall college experience. This survey is administered during the spring semester.
- SENSE surveys are administered to students who are beginning their academic education. This survey is administered at the beginning of the fall semester.
Faculty also is given an opportunity to participate in the Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (CCFSSE) survey which provides the faculty perspectives on student experiences as well as share information about their teaching practices. The CCFSSE survey is administered during the spring semester in conjunction with the CCSSE survey.
Student Engagement Newsletters
Data newsletters are used to share outcomes from the CCSSE, CCFSSE and SENSE surveys. These newsletters are designed to inform faculty, staff, and students about the perceptions of student engagement at PCCUA.
CCSSE (Community College Survey of Student Engagement) Biennial Newsletters
SENSE (Survey of Entering Student Engagement) Newsletters
SENSE and CCSSE Newsletter 2008
CCSSE Biennial Key Findings
SENSE Key Findings
Historical Student Engagement Data and Information
SENSE 2013 and CCSSE 2014 Data Reflecting Responses to College Services Available
CCSSE 2014 Presentation at Arkansas Community College Conference - What do you do with all of this data? Using CCSSE Survey for Institutional Improvement: One College's Approach to Using the Data for Decision Making
2012 CCFSSE-CCSSE Crosswalk - Comparison of Similar Items Asked of Faculty and Students
SENSE and CCSSE Benchmark Data