Fall 2014 LACCD District-wide Student Survey Results - Los Angeles Mission College

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1 Fall 2014 LACCD District-wide Student Survey Results - Los Angeles Mission College ***For data interpretation purposes, please use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.*** Gender Female Male Ethnicity Hispanic White Asian Black American Indian Pacific Islander Unknown Age Under Over Page 1 of 43

2 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* Entering Status First-time student New transfer Continuing student Returning student Concurrent HS student Income Status Low-Income Not Low-Income First generation Not first generation Transfer General Education Career/Workforce College Prep Unknown First Generation Educational Goal Page 2 of 43

3 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 1a. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Published course schedule Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important b. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Online course schedule Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important c. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Newspaper, radio, or television advertisement Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important Page 3 of 43

4 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 1d. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - High school advisor or counselor Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important e. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - College representative coming to my HS Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important f. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - College or District website Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important Page 4 of 43

5 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 1g. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Family or friends Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important h. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Current or former students Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important i. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Special events Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important Page 5 of 43

6 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 1j. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Workplace notice, program, or employer's recommendation Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important k. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Athletic coach recruitment Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important a. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Minimal admission requirements Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important b. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Low cost Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important Page 6 of 43

7 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 2b. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Low cost 2c. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Specific educational program(s) Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important d. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Availability of online courses Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important e. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Close to home or work Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important Page 7 of 43

8 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 2f. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Availability of public transportation Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important g. How important was the following in your decision to enroll at this college? - Have friends or relatives who attend this college Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not important What is your educational goal at this college? (Mark all that apply) Transfer preparation Associate's degree High school diploma or GED Certificate in a vocational program Not seeking a degree/certificate or already have one Undecided a. Being a college student is very important to me Strongly Page 8 of 43

9 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 4b. In my family, going to college is highly valued Strongly c. If I could find another way to achieve my goals, I would not go to college Strongly a. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Quality of high school preparation in reading, writing, or math Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem b. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Study skills Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem Page 9 of 43

10 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 5c. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - English is not my primary language Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem d. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Too much is expected by instructors Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem e. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Course is not meeting my expectations Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem f. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Unable to enroll into the courses I need Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem Page 10 of 43

11 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 5g. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Cost of textbooks Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem h. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Financial factors Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem i. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Job obligations Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem j. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Family obligations Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem Page 11 of 43

12 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 5k. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Lack of motivation Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem l. Has this been a problem for you in reaching your academic goal? - Other personal problems Not a Problem Minor Problem Moderate Problem Major Problem Length of time you and your family have lived in the United States Less than five years Between five and ten years More than ten years, not born here Born here, but both of my parents parents were not Born here and at least one parents was born here Length of time you and your family have lived in the United States Less than five years Between five and ten years More than ten years, not born here Born here, but both of my parents parents were not Born here and at least one parents was born here Page 12 of 43

13 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 7a. What is the highest level of education that your father has achieved? Elementary school or less (grades 1-6) Middle School (grades 7-8) Some high school/secondary school, did not graduate High School/Secondary School graduate Some college, no degree Two-year college degree Four-year college degree Advanced degree a. What is the highest level of education that your father has achieved? Elementary school or less (grades 1-6) Middle School (grades 7-8) Some high school/secondary school, did not graduate High School/Secondary School graduate Some college, no degree Two-year college degree Four-year college degree Advanced degree b. What is the highest level of education that your mother has achieved? Elementary school or less (grades 1-6) Middle School (grades 7-8) Some high school/secondary school, did not graduate High School/Secondary School graduate Some college, no degree Two-year college degree Four-year college degree Advanced degree Page 13 of 43

14 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 7b. What is the highest level of education that your mother has achieved? Elementary school or less (grades 1-6) Middle School (grades 7-8) Some high school/secondary school, did not graduate High School/Secondary School graduate Some college, no degree Two-year college degree Four-year college degree Advanced degree What is your current marital status? Currently single Married or domestic partnership a. How many children 5 years old or younger do you have? None 1 child 2 children 3 or more children b. How many children 6 to 18 years old do you have? None 1 child 2 children 3 or more children Page 14 of 43

15 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 9c. How many children over 18 years old do you have? None 1 child 2 children 3 or more children Have you informed this college's Disabled Students Office of your disability? I do NOT have a disability Disability and have informed the Disabled Students Office Disability but have not informed the Disabled Students Office Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces? Yes No Did your parent(s) claim you as an income tax dependent in the most recent year? Yes No Don't know Page 15 of 43

16 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 13. What is your total family annual income, not including loans, grants, or scholarships? $0-$14,000 $14,001-$19,000 $19,001-$24,000 $24,001-$29,000 $29,001-$34,000 $34,001-$39,000 $39,001-$44,000 $44,001-$49,000 $49,001-$59,000 $59,001 or more How many people are in the household (including yourself) reported in the previous question? One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine or more Are you currently employed? Yes, I work off campus Yes, I work on campus Yes, I work both on and off campus No, I don't work Page 16 of 43

17 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 16. How many hours per week do you currently work? 40 hours or more hours hours Less than 10 hours I do not work Are you receiving money from any public assistance program? Yes No Have you applied for federal financial aid? Yes, and I am eligile for financial aid Yes, but I am not eligible for financial aid No Have you applied for federal financial aid? Yes, and I am eligile for financial aid Yes, but I am not eligible for financial aid No Page 17 of 43

18 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 19a. How satisfied are you with Admissions and Records? b. How satisfied are you with Assessment and Placement Services? c. How satisfied are you with Bookstore? d. How satisfied are you with Business and Fiscal Office? Page 18 of 43

19 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 19e. How satisfied are you with CalWORKS? f. How satisfied are you with Career and Employment Center? g. How satisfied are you with Child Care Center? h. How satisfied are you with College Sheriff? Page 19 of 43

20 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 19i. How satisfied are you with Disabled Students Programs and Services? j. How satisfied are you with EOPS or CARE? k. How satisfied are you with Financial Aid Office? l. How satisfied are you with Food Services? Page 20 of 43

21 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 19m. How satisfied are you with General College Counseling Services? n. How satisfied are you with Health Center? o. How satisfied are you with Instructional or Computer Labs? p. How satisfied are you with International Student Programs and Services? Page 21 of 43

22 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 19q. How satisfied are you with Library? r. How satisfied are you with On-campus Orientation? s. How satisfied are you with Online Orientation? t. How satisfied are you with Transfer Center? Page 22 of 43

23 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 19u. How satisfied are you with Tutoring Services? v. How satisfied are you with Veterans Office? Have you been able to follow the recommended list of courses in your Educational Plan? Yes No, some of the courses I need have not been offered when I can attend No, there has not been space in the classes I need No, I have changed my mind about my program or goals I do not have an Educational Plan Frequency Have you been able to follow the recommended list of courses in your Educational Plan? Yes No, some of the courses I need have not been offered when I can attend No, there has not been space in the classes I need No, I have changed my mind about my program or goals I do not have an Educational Plan Page 23 of 43

24 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 21a. I feel safe and secure on this campus Strongly Not Applicable b. Campus buildings are clean and well-maintained Strongly Not Applicable c. Food service on this campus is sufficient Strongly Not Applicable Page 24 of 43

25 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 21d. The restrooms on this campus are clean and well maintained Strongly Not Applicable e. The grounds and public areas on this campus are clean and well maintained Strongly Not Applicable Strongly Not Applicable 21f. Trash is emptied regularly Page 25 of 43

26 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 21g. This campus is free from safety hazards Strongly Not Applicable h. This campus has adequate outside lighting Strongly Not Applicable i. Sufficient parking is available on this campus Strongly Not Applicable Page 26 of 43

27 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 21j. The parking lots are safe, well lighted, and well maintained Strongly Not Applicable k. This college has made a good effort to reduce the impact of construction on students Strongly Not Applicable l. Buildings and signage are clearly marked and easy to read Strongly Not Applicable Page 27 of 43

28 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 21m. Equipment and labs are adequate and up-to-date Strongly Not Applicable n. Sufficient labs are available to meet my needs Strongly Not Applicable a. How often do you ask questions or participate in class discussions? Often Sometimes Seldom Never b. How often do you work with other students in groups during class? Often Sometimes Seldom Never Page 28 of 43

29 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 22c. How often do you work with others outside of class to prepare course assignments? Often Sometimes Seldom Never d. How often do you discuss ideas from your courses with others outside of class? Often Sometimes Seldom Never e. How often do you have serious conversations with students who differ from you in terms of their religious beliefs, political opinions, or ethnic background? Often Sometimes Seldom Never f. How often do you go to class unprepared? Often Sometimes Seldom Never Page 29 of 43

30 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 22g. How often do you skip class? Often Sometimes Seldom Never a. Textbooks and reading materials are useful for the courses Strongly b. Grading practices in the courses are clearly defined Strongly c. Tests cover the course material presented Strongly Page 30 of 43

31 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 23d. The policies and penalties for cheating are clear and enforced Strongly e. The college catalog provides accurate information on this college, its programs, and policies Strongly f. Course syllabi are followed Strongly g. Instructors present information fairly and objectively Strongly Page 31 of 43

32 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 23h. Instructors inform me about the types of skills and learning outcomes I am expected to master Strongly i. Instructors adequately use available technology in and out of the classroom Strongly a. I discuss ideas from my readings or courses with instructors outside of class Often Sometimes Seldom Never b. I visit instructors during their office hours Often Sometimes Seldom Never Page 32 of 43

33 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 24c. I discuss educational or career plans with instructors Often Sometimes Seldom Never a. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to acquire a broad general education? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little b. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to acquire job or work-related knowledge and skills? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little c. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to write and speak clearly and effectively? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little Page 33 of 43

34 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 25d. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to think critically and analytically? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little e. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to solve numerical problems? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little f. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to use computers and other information technology? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little g. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to work effectively with others? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little Page 34 of 43

35 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 25h. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to learn effectively on your own? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little i. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to understand yourself? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little j. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to understand people of other racial, cultural, or ethnic backgrounds? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little k. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to contribute to the welfare of your community? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little Page 35 of 43

36 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 25k. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to contribute to the welfare of your community? 25l. How much have your experiences at this college, both in and out of class, improved your ability to get a job or advance your career? Very much Quite a bit Some Very little a. How often do you use desktop or laptop computer for coursework? Often Sometimes Seldom Never b. How often do you use tablet or ipad for coursework? Often Sometimes Seldom Never Page 36 of 43

37 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 26c. How often do you use cell phone for coursework? Often Sometimes Seldom Never d. How often do you use , social media, or other electronic methods to work on assignments with other students? Often Sometimes Seldom Never e. How often do you use , social media, or other electronic methods to work on assignments with an instructor? Often Sometimes Seldom Never a. I regularly check my LACCD Strongly Page 37 of 43

38 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 27b. I know who to contact if I have a problem with my LACCD account Strongly c. The college website is easy to navigate and up-to-date Strongly d. I understand the college's emergency alert system Strongly e. The college's Wi-Fi is accessible and secure Strongly Page 38 of 43

39 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 28. How many hours per week do you spend ON CAMPUS studying, using the library, attending cultural events, or engaging in leisure activities? None Three hours or less Three to six hours Six to nine hours Nine to twelve hours Twelve hours or more a. During your attendance at this college, have you participated in a community service project as part of a course or through a student club? Yes No b. During your attendance at this college, have you tutored or taught other students (paid or voluntary)? Yes No c. During your attendance at this college, have you attended a college sporting event, theater production, or musical performance? Yes No Page 39 of 43

40 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 29d. During your attendance at this college, have you attended a college club meeting? Yes No a. I am aware of opportunities for involvement in student clubs and activities Strongly b. I know how to bring forth an idea to college leadership to improve a practice, program, or service at this college Strongly c. Student needs are taken into consideration by this college when making decisions Strongly Page 40 of 43

41 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 31a. I know where to find information on college policies and procedures that affect me as a student Strongly b. I know where to find information on student success rates for this college and my program Strongly c. I know where to find information on courses and programs Strongly a. I am familiar with the mission statement of this college Strongly Page 41 of 43

42 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 32b. I am aware of the intended learning outcomes of this college Strongly c. I am aware of the learning outcomes for my PROGRAM Strongly d. I am aware of the learning outcomes for my COURSES Strongly e. I feel that the courses required in my program prepare me for further coursework, employment, or transfer Strongly Page 42 of 43

43 *For data interpretation purposes, use the column as it excludes respondents who skipped the question.* 32f. I receive excellent instruction in most of my courses Strongly g. I feel a strong sense of belonging to this college Strongly h. Overall, I am satisfied with my experience at this college Strongly i. I would encourage others to attend this college Strongly Page 43 of 43

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