Motlow students and faculty to participate in important surveys

 Pictured above during a recent planning session are, seated from left, Sid Hill, Moore County campus dean; Ashley Broadrick, assistant director of institutional research; Tiffany Phillips, institutional effectiveness technician; Dr. Scott Cook, vice president, quality assurance and performance funding; and Meagan McManus, languages curriculum chair; standing, Dr. William Murphy, English instructor.

Pictured above during a recent planning session are, seated from left, Sid Hill, Moore County campus dean; Ashley Broadrick, assistant director of institutional research; Tiffany Phillips, institutional effectiveness technician; Dr. Scott Cook, vice president, quality assurance and performance funding; and Meagan McManus, languages curriculum chair; standing, Dr. William Murphy, English instructor.

Motlow State students and faculty will be asked to participate in three important surveys beginning in March and April. For students, the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) and the Survey of Online Student Engagement (SOSE) focus on teaching, learning, and retention. Knowing student goals and understanding their external responsibilities can help Motlow to create an environment that enhances their academic outcomes. For faculty, the Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (CCFSSE) gathers faculty feedback about teaching practices and perceptions about student educational experiences.