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Determines the degree to which Santa Fe Community College (Florida) is providing quality educational programs and services to its students. Surveys outgoing students to gather their opinions and perceptions of the educational experiences and services they received while attending the college. The survey instrument is divided into three sections: (1) determining students' satisfaction with the educational experiences they encountered while attending the college; (2) offering students the opportunity to rate the various services offered to support those academic functions; and (3) requesting feedback concerning students' satisfaction with the preparation they received at Santa Fe. The targeted population of the study consists of all graduate candidates for either an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree, or students completing a Technical Certificate or a Certificate of Training program during the 1998-99 reporting year (summer/fall 1998 and spring 1999). Provides a synopsis of the major highlights of this year's study, which included 2,197 participants. The conclusions are grouped and presented by students' evaluation of their educational experiences, the quality of the services they received at the college, and their overall opinions of their preparation and satisfaction with the college in general. The summary is followed by a four-year graphical trend analysis of the survey results. (VWC)

Descriptors: Community Colleges, Educational Assessment, Educational Quality, Graduate Surveys, Student Reaction, Two Year Colleges

Author: Santa Fe Community Coll., Gainesville, FL. Office of Institutional Research and Planning.


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