Fall 2021 SENSE Survey Launches September 8th

This fall Merced College will be participating in the Community College Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE), a national survey of institutional practices and student behaviors, to better understand our students’ first experience at our college. The SENSE instrument includes items that elicit information from students about their first impressions of the college; intake processes such as admissions, registration, assessment, placement, orientation, and financial aid. These surveys will be administered online only to first-time students using their student emails to access the survey links. 

SENSE Survey

 

Spring 2021: CCSSE Race/Ethnicity Survey Launchs April 20

In further recognizing student needs beyond academics, Merced College is partnering with Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) to do an additional survey. The Race/Ethnicity survey will ask students to share their experiences with inclusion, racism, and sense of belonging at Merced College. All current spring 2021 credit students will receive an email invitation Tuesday, April 20 to their student emails to access the survey. 

If you have any questions about the survey, you can email the Office of Institutional Effectiveness at research@mccd.edu

CCSSE Race/Ethnicity survey launches April 20

 

Spring 2021: CCSSE Survey Launches March 16

Merced College is partnering with the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) to conduct a survey that will help us better understand our students' experiences so we can better serve them. All current spring 2021 credit students will receive an email invitation on Tuesday, March 16 to their student emails to access the survey.

If you have any questions about the survey, you can email the Office of Institutional Effectiveness at research@mccd.edu.  

 

"The 50% Law and the Faculty Obligation Number: Updated Proposal"

This latest version of the proposal has been revised to make its recommendations more concrete and to align the proposal in support of achieving the system’s 2017 Vision for Success as articulated in that document’s six system-wide goals and the seven core commitments. View full proposal (published February 26, 2018)

 

Merced College Attrition Study, Falls 2013-2018

 The purpose of the study is to identify the reason(s) behind Merced College students dropping all fall credit courses. The data in this study is collected by surveying all students who dropped all fall credit coures at Merced College by mid-October.  View the study (Published December 3, 2018). 

  

GIS Day                                                                                           GIS Day

GIS Day is celebrated around the globe as an initiative for people to learn about geography and the uses of geographic information systems (GIS) technology.

Upcoming GIS Day events:

  • To be announced

Past GIS Day events:

For more information about GIS Day, contact research@mccd.edu.