Student Satisfaction Inventory Fall 2015 Results

The Noel Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) is an assessment of student satisfaction. It was administered to students at the Levelland campus, Reese Center, Plainview Center, Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center, and online. The results are based on a 7-point scale and measure students’ satisfaction with various aspects of South Plains College. The SSI was completed by 543 students. This is the seventh administration of this survey for the institution, surveying a similar sample began in Fall 2003 and continues in fall semesters of odd numbered years.

 

Strengths

  1. Computer labs are adequate and accessible. (6.09)
  2. Students are made to feel welcome here. (6.03)
  3. On the whole, the campus is well-maintained. (6.01)
  4. Faculty are usually available to students outside of class (during office hours, by phone, or by email.) (6.00)
  5. This campus provides online access to services I need. (6.00)
  6. Campus item: I am developing self-confidence. (5.99)
  7. Campus item: I am able to identify training and skills that fit my interests and abilities. (5.93)
  8. The campus is safe and secure for all students. (5.90)
  9. Classes are scheduled at times that are convenient for me. (5.90)
  10. The campus staff are caring and helpful. (5.89)

 

Challenges

  1. The amount of student parking space on campus is adequate. (4.65)
  2. Campus item: The financial aid process is explained clearly. (5.02)
  3. Financial aid awards are announced in time to be helpful in college planning. (5.17)
  4. I seldom get the “run-around” when seeking information on this campus. (5.18)

44. Campus item: My academic advisor helped me define my academic goals. (5.22)

 


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