Institutional Assessment - Good Samaritan College of Nursing

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Institutional Assessment

GSC’s Office of Institutional Assessment and Planning provides data and other types of information about the College to support external reporting, internal decision-making and planning, and overall institutional effectiveness. This section contains information that the College is required to disclose to any potential students, as well as additional information GSC chooses to offer in order to provide context for someone making the decision to enroll. Specifically,this section includes data regarding diversity, retention, graduation, placement,and graduate/employer satisfaction.

Student Diversity Information

Student Diversity

As of 10/15/2016

IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey

 

Full-time Students

 

 

 

Part-time Students

 

 

Total Students

 

Number

Percent

 

 

Number

Percent

 

 

Number

Percent

Male

8

6%

 

 

16

6%

 

 

24

6%

Female

121

94%

 

 

253

94%

 

 

374

94%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nonresidential Alien

0

0%

 

0

0%

 

0

0%

Hispanic/Latino

5

4%

 

6

2%

 

11

3%

American Indian/Alaskan Native

 

0

 

0%

 

 

0

 

0%

 

 

0

 

0%

Asian

1

.08%

 

3

1%

 

4

1%

Black/African American

7

6%

 

32

12%

 

39

10%

White

114

88%

 

 

220

82%

 

 

334

84%

Two or more races

2

2%

 

 

2

1%

 

 

4

1%

Unknown

0

0%

 

 

6

2%

 

 

6

2%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

129

100%

 

 

269

100%

 

 

398

100%

Source: IPEDS 2016-17 Fall Enrollment Survey– Part A

Total Pell Grant Recipients

Fall2016 Cohort

163

46%

Source: IPEDS 2016-2017 Student Financial Aid Survey—Part B

GSC does not participate in Title IV, HEA student financial aid programs that enroll students who receive athletically related student aid.

Retention Outcomes: IPEDS Measure

GSC is required by federal regulations to make available to current and prospective students the retention rate of certificate- or degree-seeking first-time, undergraduate students a reported to IPEDS. IPEDS calculates retention based on the first-time, full-time students in the highest degree conferred; however, the BSN program is an RN-to-BSN completion program, meaning that all students in the BSN are excluded from the IPEDS formula since they have already graduated from an associate’s program and become licensed RNs.

IPEDS: First-Time Student Fall 2015Cohort Retention Rates*

Full-time, first-time Cohort Retention

First-time,full-time Fall 2015 Cohort

0

Exclusions from Cohort

0

Adjusted Cohort

0

Students from Fall 2015 Cohort still enrolled or completed as of Fall 2016

0

Full-time,first-time Fall 2015Cohort retention rate

0%

*IPEDS calculates retention based on degree-seeking undergraduates who are in college for the first-time. The BSN’s retention rate according to this formula, will be 0% since the BSN is a completion program for those who are already RN and who have already completed a degree or diploma.

Retention Outcomes: GSC Measure

In order to meet the information needs of current and potential students, GSC also makes available the retention rate for each program. This information depicts all students who entered in the fall of the previous year (2015) and who returned the subsequent fall and were still enrolled as of October 15, 2016.

GSC All Students Fall 2015-Fall 2016 Cohort Retention RatesbyProgram

Year-over-Year Cohort Retention

 

2015 Cohort

2016 Returns

RetentionRate

BSN

9*

7

78%

AASN

72

63

88%

ASHS

2

2

100%

GSC Institutional Retention Rate: All Programs

83

72

87%

*Seven (78%) of the 2015 starting BSN cohort earned their associate’s or diploma from GSC.

Completionand Transfer Out Rates: IPEDS Measure

Completion: Cohort 2010  
  Other Degree/Certificate Seeking Cohort Completers of Programs of less than 2 academic yrs Completers of programs of at least 2 but less than 4 academic yrs Completer’s of bachelor’s degrees Total completers within 150% of program length
Men  




Non resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0
Hispanic/Latino 0 0 0 0 0
American Indian or Native Alaskan 0 0 0 0 0
Asian 0 0 0 0 0
Black or African American 0 0 0 0 0
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0
White 0 0 0 0 0
Two or more races 0 0 0 0 0
Race and ethnicity unknown 0 0 0 0 0
Total Men 0 0 0 0 0
Completion: Cohort 2010  

Other Degree/Certificate Seeking Cohort Completers of Programs of less than 2 academic yrs Completers of programs of at least 2 but less than 4 academic yrs Completer’s of bachelor’s degrees Total completers within 150% of program length
Women  




Nonresident Alien 0 0 0 0 0
Hispanic/Latino 0 0 0 0 0
American Indian or Native Alaskan 0 0 0 0 0
Asian 0 0 0 0 0
Black or African American 0 0 0 0 0
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0
White 4 0 1 0 1
Two or more races 0 0 0 0 0
Race and ethnicity unknown 0 0 0 0 0
Total women 4 0 1 0 1

Transfers/Exclusions: Cohort 2010

 

Other degree/certificate seeking cohort

Total completers within 150%

Total transfer-out students

Total exclusions

Still enrolled

No longer enrolled

Men

Nonresident alien

0

0

0

0

0

0

Hispanic/Latino

0

0

0

0

0

0

American Indian or Alaska Native

0

0

0

0

0

0

Asian

0

0

0

0

0

0

Black or African

0

0

0

0

0

0

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

0

0

0

0

0

0

White

0

0

0

0

0

0

Two or more races

0

0

0

0

0

0

Race and ethnicity unknown

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total men

0

0

0

0

0

0

Women

Nonresident alien

0

0

0

0

0

0

Hispanic/Latino

0

0

0

0

0

0

American Indian or Alaska Native

0

0

0

0

0

0

Asian

0

0

0

0

0

0

Black or African American

0

0

0

0

0

0

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

0

0

0

0

0

0

White

4

1

1

0

0

2

Two or more races

0

0

0

0

0

0

Race and ethnicity unknown

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total Women

4

1

1

0

0

2

 

 

Calculation of Graduation and Transfer Out Rates: Cohort Year 2010

 

Graduation Rate

Transfer Out Rate

Overall Rate

25

25

Men

0

0

Women

25

25

 

 

 

Graduates Receiving PellGrants / Subsidized Stafford Loans

Graduates Receiving the Pell Grant*

4

*

Graduates Receiving Subsidized Stafford Loans,but not Pell

3

*

Graduateswho didnot receiveeither PellGrants or a Subsidized Stafford Loan

1

0

Source: IPEDS, Graduation Rates Survey, Section III

* This number also represents only the first-time in college for 2009-2010.

 

 

4-Year Average Rates

Men

 

2007

2008

2009

2010

4-year Total

Adjusted Cohort

1

0

0

0

1

Total completers within 150%

1

0

0

0

1

Total transfer-out students

0

0

0

0

0

Women

Adjusted cohort

12

7

9

4

32

Total completers within 150%

5

5

7

1

18

Total transfer-out students

0

0

0

1

1

Total Men and Women

Adjusted cohort

13

7

9

4

33

Total completers within 150%

6

5

7

1

19

Total transfer-out students

0

0

0

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 


4-Year AVE Student Right-to-Know Completion Rate Calculation

(Total Completers within 150% / Adjusted Cohort)

58%

4-year AVE Student Right-to-Know Completion Rate Calculation

(Total Transfer-out Students / Adjusted Cohort)

3%


Evidence of Achievement

Accreditation Commission for Education inNursing (ACEN) requires nursing programs to demonstrate evidence ofachievement in meeting program outcomesusing a series of metrics and to share findings with various communitiesof interest. The chart below represents key measurements for the AASN and BSN programs, where applicable, as well as the same information for the College’sAssociate Degree in Health Science.

 

Nursing Program OutcomesMeasures

NCLEX: AASN Only

Year

# Passed

# Eligible

NCLEXPass Rate

Ohio MEAN

NationalMEAN

2016

88

111

79.28%

81.12%

84.56%

2015

81

96

84.38%

81.27%

84.51%

2014

88

108

81.49%

77.18%

81.79%

2013

69

71

97.18%

80.16%

83.04%

Source: OhioBoard of Nursing

AASN: Program Completion*

AcademicYear

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16


# of Graduates

76

103

103

109

 

Graduation Rate

62%

76%

70%

83%

 

RN-to-BSN Completion: Program Completion*

Academic Year

2014-15

2015-16




# of Graduates

2

2

 

 

 

Graduation Rate

100%

44%

 

 

 

*Source: ACEN AnnualReports: AASN and BSN Program Completion

AASN Graduate and Employer Satisfaction Rates*

Graduation Date

2014

2015

2016

 


Employer

4.8

4.7

--

 

 

Graduate

4.8

4.6

4.9

 

 

Source: GSCGraduate and Employer Surveys. Graduate Preparedness Question

BSN Graduate and Employer Satisfaction Rates*

Graduation Date

2014

2015

2016

 

 

Employer

5.0

5.0

--

 

 

Graduate

5.0

5.0

--

 

 

Source: GSC Graduate and Employer Surveys: Graduate Preparedness Question

AASN Placement Rates*

Academic Year

2015-16 Graduates

2016-17 Graduates

May 2017

Rate

88%

83%

Source: GSCEnrollment Management Placement Tracking Results

BSN Placement Rates**

Academic Year

May 2015-16

2016-2017

May 2014

Rate

100%

100%

100%

Source: GSC Enrollment Management Placement Tracking

                       

 

 

AY 2015-16 Continuing Professional Education*

Program

# Graduates

# Continuing*

Percentage

 

 

 

AASN

108

58

54%

 

 

 

BSN

12

3

25%

 

 

 

ASHS

5

2

40%

 

 

 

AHSH OutcomesAY2015-16
Completion100%
Employment/Continuing Education80%

*This number represents the number of program graduates who have enrolled continued with their higher education upon graduation from GSC. For the ASHS program, this number includes students who have sought and achieved employment in an allied health profession.

 

Student Satisfaction Survey Results
  Spring 2016 GSC Results N=82 Spring 2017 GSC Results N=36
Question Responses AdjN Top Box Top Box% #POS %POS Responses AdjN Top Box Top Box% #POS %POS
How satisfied are you with your educational experience at Good Samaritan College?  398 82 35 42.68% 72 87.80% 400 36 14 38.89% 31 86.11%
The College worked with me to identify an academic program that met my goals.  398 82 42 51.22% 76 92.68% 400 36 11 30.56% 13 36.11%
The communication I received from the College about the overall enrollment process was clear.  398 82 39 47.56% 77 93.90% 400 36 13 36.11% 17 47.22%
Prior to enrollment I received clear information as to how much my education would cost.  398 82 33 40.24% 66 80.49% 400 36 9 25.00% 9 25.00%
Prior to enrollment a school financial aid officer provided financial aid counseling to help me understand the responsibiliites of borrowing money to finance my education. 398 79 29 36.71% 61 77.22% 400 36 9 25.00% 15 41.67%
I understand the responsibilities of borrowing money to finance my education. 398 82 44 53.66% 73 89.02% 400 36 8 22.22% 12 33.33%
I am satisfied with the progress I am making toward completing my degree. 398 81 43 53.09% 71 87.65% 400 36 13 36.11% 17 47.22%
Faculty who teach provide helpful instruction. 398 81 40 49.38% 67 82.72% 400 36 12 33.33% 16 44.44%
Faculty were available when I needed help.  398 81 45 55.56% 72 88.89% 400 36 14 38.89% 16 44.44%
Course content is appropriately challenging for my program of study.  398 81 45 55.56% 72 88.89% 400 36 12 33.33% 17 47.22%
Faculty who teach were knowledgeable about their subject areas.  398 81 37 45.68% 66 81.48% 400 36 13 36.11% 17 47.22%
I was placed at an appropriate level that matched my academic preparation.  398 82 39 47.56% 74 90.24% 400 36 13 36.11% 17 47.22%
Courses required to complete my degree were available when I need to take them.   398 81 34 41.98% 61 75.31% 400 36 9 25.00% 14 38.89%
An academic advisor provided me with accurate information about the requirements necessary to fulfill my program of study. 398 79 33 41.77% 57 72.15% 400 36 12 33.33% 17 47.22%
When I had non-academic questions, I could reach someone who can help me in a timely way.   398 80 32 40.00% 62 77.50% 400 36 12 33.33% 16 44.44%
The Business Administrator was knowledgeable and helpful.   398 80 50 62.50% 69 86.25% 400 36 11 30.56% 17 47.22%
The process for making payments was made clear. 398 78 51 65.38% 69 88.46% 400 36 10 27.78% 15 41.67%
The Business Administrator was available when I needed assistance.  398 80 55 68.75% 69 86.25% 400 36 8 22.22% 16 44.44%
I am satisfied with my experiences with the Business Administrator.   398 80 51 63.75% 69 86.25% 400 36 10 27.78% 16 44.44%
The Registrar was knowledgeable and helpful.   398 79 55 69.62% 71 89.87% 400 36 10 27.78% 16 44.44%
The process for registration was clear. 398 81 57 70.37% 75 92.59% 400 36 13 36.11% 15 41.67%
The Registrar was available when I needed help. 398 80 45 56.25% 71 88.75% 400 36 12 33.33% 15 41.67%
I am satisfied with my experiences with the Registrar.   398 81 47 58.02% 72 88.89% 400 36 13 36.11% 16 44.44%
The Financial Aid person was knowledgeable and helpful.  398 79 45 56.96% 63 79.75% 400 36 12 33.33% 14 38.89%
The Financial Aid person explained my options clearly.  398 78 47 60.26% 62 79.49% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
The Financial Aid person was available when I needed help.  398 77 68 88.31% 60 77.92% 400 36 12 33.33% 15 41.67%
I am satisfied with my experiences with the Financial Aid person.  398 78 59 75.64% 63 80.77% 400 36 13 36.11% 16 44.44%
The Admissions person was knowledgeable and helpful.  398 80 57 71.25% 76 95.00% 400 36 10 27.78% 15 41.67%
The Admissions person was clear and accurate in describing my program.   398 80 59 73.75% 75 93.75% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
The Admissions person was available when I needed assistance.  398 80 57 71.25% 72 90.00% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
I am satisfied with my experiences with Admissions.  398 80 60 75.00% 75 93.75% 400 36 9 25.00% 15 41.67%
The New Student Orientation provided me with clear and timely information.  398 77 47 61.04% 68 88.31% 400 36 10 27.78% 14 38.89%
The Secretary in the One stop was knowledgeable and helpful.   398 79 55 69.62% 68 86.08% 400 36 9 25.00% 15 41.67%
The Secretary in the One Stop was available when I needed assistance.   398 79 53 67.09% 66 83.54% 400 36 10 27.78% 15 41.67%
I am satisfied with my interactions with the Secretary in the One Stop.  398 79 52 65.82% 66 83.54% 400 36 8 22.22% 14 38.89%
The Counselor was knowledgeable and helpful.  398 59 33 55.93% 42 71.19% 400 36 8 22.22% 12 33.33%
The Counselor was available when I needed assistance. 398 59 34 57.63% 42 71.19% 400 36 8 22.22% 12 33.33%
The Counselfor provided me with helpful resources.  398 59 34 57.63% 43 72.88% 400 36 9 25.00% 11 30.56%
The Counselor respected my privacy. 398 59 35 59.32% 43 72.88% 400 36 9 25.00% 12 33.33%
I am satisfied with my experiences with the Counselor. 398 59 31 52.54% 41 69.49% 400 36 9 25.00% 12 33.33%
The Learning Specialist was knowledgeabe and helpful.  398 66 38 57.58% 52 78.79% 400 36 9 25.00% 11 30.56%
The Learning Specialist was available when I needed assistance.  398 66 40 60.61% 52 78.79% 400 36 9 25.00% 11 30.56%
I am satisfied with the assistance I received from the Learning Specialist.  398 66 39 59.09% 51 77.27% 400 36 9 25.00% 11 30.56%
The Nurse Education Specialist was knowledgeable and helpful.  398 61 28 45.90% 36 59.02% 400 36 7 19.44% 9 25.00%
The Nurse Education Specialist was available when I needed assistance.  398 61 30 49.18% 36 59.02% 400 36 8 22.22% 9 25.00%
I am satisfied with the assistance I received from the Nurse Education Specialist.  398 62 29 46.77% 38 61.29% 400 36 8 22.22% 9 25.00%
The organized social activities (Spirit Olympics, Winterfest, etc.) were engaging and fun.  398 65 28 43.08% 40 61.54% 400 36 8 22.22% 11 30.56%
Organized social activities were offered at a time when I could attend.  398 72 25 34.72% 41 56.94% 400 36 9 25.00% 11 30.56%
I am satisfied with the amount and type of organized social activities offered.  398 71 26 36.62% 47 66.20% 400 36 8 22.22% 11 30.56%
The Peer Mentor program was a valuable experience.  398 66 22 33.33% 38 57.58% 400 36 8 22.22% 9 25.00%
The Peer Mentor Program provided clear guidelines and expectations for  participation  398 67 23 34.33% 39 58.21% 400 36 7 19.44% 10 27.78%
I am satisfied with my Peer Mentor experience.  398 66 22 33.33% 40 60.61% 400 36 5 13.89% 10 27.78%
I am aware of and understand the  importance of the Alumni Association.  398 73 27 36.99% 45 61.64% 400 36 7 19.44% 12 33.33%
I plan to be an active member of the Alumni Association.  398 75 24 32.00% 44 58.67% 400 36 7 19.44% 13 36.11%
The student newsletter, Around Campus, is timely, interesting, and helpful.  398 77 32 41.56% 58 75.32% 400 36 6 16.67% 12 33.33%
I am satisfied with the student newsletter.  398 77 32 41.56% 52 67.53% 400 36 6 16.67% 11 30.56%
The Student Advisory Council and Student Organiation provide effective leadership opportunities.  398 73 23 31.51% 49 67.12% 400 36 7 19.44% 11 30.56%
The College provides a variety of community support activities for student to participate in.  398 77 29 37.66% 58 75.32% 400 36 9 25.00% 13 36.11%
I am satisfied with the Student Services activities provided.   398 74 29 39.19% 54 72.97% 400 36 7 19.44% 13 36.11%
The College offers career services support and job-related information.   398 74 25 33.78% 48 64.86% 400 36 6 16.67% 12 33.33%
I am satisfied with career support at the College.  398 75 27 36.00% 48 64.00% 400 36 6 16.67% 11 30.56%
The courses in my major were appropriately challenging.  398 77 54 70.13% 67 87.01% 400 36 13 36.11% 16 44.44%
The faculty teaching I my major were knowledgeable and helpful.   398 78 45 57.69% 63 80.77% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
The faculty teaching in my major were available when I needed assistance.  398 78 48 61.54% 69 88.46% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
I am satisfied with the instruction I have received in my major.  398 78 47 60.26% 68 87.18% 400 36 13 36.11% 15 41.67%
The general education courses were appropriately challenging.   398 80 48 60.00% 67 83.75% 400 36 10 27.78% 15 41.67%
The faculty teaching my general education courses are knowledgeable and helpful.   398 80 48 60.00% 70 87.50% 400 36 11 30.56% 16 44.44%
The faculty teaching my general education courses were available when I needed assistance.  398 80 52 65.00% 71 88.75% 400 36 12 33.33% 16 44.44%
I am satisfied with the instruction I have received in my general education courses.  398 79 48 60.76% 68 86.08% 400 36 13 36.11% 15 41.67%
The Skills lab provided me with the skills practice I needed.  398 67 43 64.18% 54 80.60% 400 36 10 27.78% 12 33.33%
The Skills Lab personnel were available when I needed assistance.  398 67 42 62.69% 53 79.10% 400 36 10 27.78% 13 36.11%
The Skills Lab has the equipment I neede to practice and learn.  398 67 40 59.70% 51 76.12% 400 36 9 25.00% 12 33.33%
The Skills Lab's schedule allowed me the practice time I needed.  398 65 40 61.54% 22 33.85% 400 36 11 30.56% 14 38.89%
The Academic Recovery Course was appropriately challenging.  398 51 15 29.41% 22 43.14% 400 36 6 16.67% 9 25.00%
The faculty in the Academic Recovery course were knowledgeable and helpful.   398 50 16 32.00% 22 44.00% 400 36 7 19.44% 9 25.00%
I am satisfied with my experiences in the Academic Recovery course.   398 50 14 28.00% 19 38.00% 400 36 7 19.44% 9 25.00%
I feel more confident in my ability to succeed in my program of study after the Academic Recovery course.   398 50 15 30.00% 21 42.00% 400 36 6 16.67% 9 25.00%
The Science Lab has th equipment I need to practice and learn.   398 69 40 57.97% 50 72.46% 400 36 10 27.78% 15 41.67%
The Science Lab is open and available to provide the practice I need.  398 69 39 56.52% 55 79.71% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
The Science Lab is clean and organized.  398 70 32 45.71% 51 72.86% 400 36 12 33.33% 14 38.89%
I am satisfied with the Science Lab facilities.   398 70 40 57.14% 54 77.14% 400 36 12 33.33% 14 38.89%
The campus environment was clean and organized.  398 81 43 53.09% 68 83.95% 400 36 9 25.00% 12 33.33%
I feel safe and secure on campus.  398 82 34 41.46% 60 73.17% 400 36 7 19.44% 13 36.11%
The College has provided clear information on campus security services.   398 82 46 56.10% 71 86.59% 400 36 8 22.22% 15 41.67%
The classrooms were appropriately equipped for instruction.   398 81 46 56.79% 66 81.48% 400 36 9 25.00% 12 33.33%
The College actively participated in recycling.  398 81 49 60.49% 69 85.19% 400 36 10 27.78% 14 38.89%
The College provided appropriate student lounge and study spaces.   398 81 50 61.73% 67 82.72% 400 36 10 27.78% 13 36.11%
Computer stations were available throughout the campus.  398 80 41 51.25% 62 77.50% 400 36 10 27.78% 12 33.33%
The computer support personnel were knowledgeable and helpful.  398 80 47 58.75% 65 81.25% 400 36 10 27.78% 15 41.67%
Computer support was available when I needed and assistance.   398 79 43 54.43% 65 82.28% 400 36 10 27.78% 14 38.89%
Computer support and availability met my learning needs.  398 79 43 54.43% 63 79.75% 400 36 11 30.56% 14 38.89%
Moodle was a valuable learning tool for me.   398 81 42 51.85% 62 76.54% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
Faculty used Moodle effectively to support my learning experience.  398 81 42 51.85% 62 76.54% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
I can find the information I need on the College's website.  398 82 47 57.32% 69 84.15% 400 36 11 30.56% 15 41.67%
The information screens in the hallways provided timely, important information.   398 81 47 58.02% 66 81.48% 400 36 10 27.78% 14 38.89%
The information distributed through social media was helpful and interesting.   398 76 42 55.26% 57 75.00% 400 36 8 22.22% 12 33.33%
The College allowed enough time to complete surveys online.  398 81 49 60.49% 67 82.72% 400 36 9 25.00% 14 38.89%
I believe my survey responses support positive change at my campus.  398 81 40 49.38% 60 74.07% 400 36 9 25.00% 13 36.11%
Receiving surveys by text in addition to email was helpful.   398 82 44 53.66% 61 74.39% 400 36 8 22.22% 13 36.11%
The College's receptionists were knowledgeable and helpful.   398 82 58 70.73% 69 84.15% 400 36 3 8.33% 4 11.11%
Library personnel were knowledgeable and helpful.  398 78 51 65.38% 62 79.49% 400 36 2 5.56% 3 8.33%
Library personnel were available when I needed assistance.  398 78 41 52.56% 62 79.49% 400 36 2 5.56% 3 8.33%
The library hours met my needs as a student. 398 79 43 54.43% 60 75.95% 400 36 2 5.56% 3 8.33%
I received appropriate support in learning how to use information resources available to me.   398 79 47 59.49% 59 74.68% 400 36 2 5.56% 3 8.33%
Overall, I am satisfied with the campus facilities.  398 80 45 56.25% 61 76.25% 400 36 2 5.56% 3 8.33%
The College provided information regarding the Compliance Officer's contact information and purpose.  398 78 39 50.00% 69 88.46% 400 36 2 5.56% 3 8.33%
The College provided information regarding the process for general complaints, grievances, and accommodations, etc. 398 78 38 48.72% 61 78.21% 400 36 2 5.56% 4 11.11%
The College effectively supported me with any necessary accommodations or specialized services.  398 68 32 47.06% 59 86.76% 400 36 2 5.56% 4 11.11%
The College Compliance Officer was knowledgeable and helpful.   398 69 35 50.72% 46 66.67% 400 36 2 5.56% 4 11.11%
The College Compliance Officer was available when I needed assistance.  398 65 30 46.15% 43 66.15% 400 36 2 5.56% 4 11.11%
I am satisfied with my experiences with the College Compliance Officer.  398 67 32 47.76% 44 65.67% 400 36 2 5.56% 4 11.11%
Students are made to feel welcome at the College.  398 80 45 56.25% 68 85.00% 400 36 9 25.00% 15 41.67%
I believe College personnel care about me and my success.  398 81 48 59.26% 65 80.25% 400 36 11 30.56% 16 44.44%
I have a good understanding of the spiritual heritage of the College.  398 82 46 56.10% 68 82.93% 400 36 9 25.00% 16 44.44%
The College values diversity and compassion.  398 82 49 59.76% 70 85.37% 400 36 11 30.56% 17 47.22%
I believe I can succeed in my program of study.  398 82 51 62.20% 69 84.15% 400 36 12 33.33% 17 47.22%
I believe that the College values community, locally and globally.   398 82 50 50.00% 69 84.15% 400 36 12 33.33% 17 47.22%