ERIC Number: ED448853
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: N/A
Rogue Community College Student Satisfaction Survey, Winter 2000. Management Report: Workforce Training Center.
Each year, Rogue Community College (Oregon) conducts a student satisfaction survey measuring the college's achievements in the areas of services, classes, and facilities. This document reports findings from the winter 2000 administration of the survey, including, for the second time, students from the Workforce Training Center (WFTC). The study's primary areas of interest include: (1) adequate access to information about the college and WFTC (services and programs offered); (2) getting started at the WFTC (placement testing, registration, advising, buying books, paying for classes, etc.); (3) attending classes (time, location, class schedules, parking, etc.); and (4) other comments/suggestions for improvement. The study, based on survey responses collected from 176 Welfare Training Center students, found that attending classes received the highest proportion of positive comments (85 percent), followed by adequate access to information (80 percent), and getting started at the WFTC (64 percent). Across the WFTC student subgroups surveyed, with few exceptions, positive comments outweighed negative comments and suggestions for improvement. Contains representative verbatim comments, suggestions for improvement, sample summary, and survey questionnaire. (KS)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Rogue Community Coll., Grants Pass, OR.