Fall 2012 Results: FYE Learning Outcomes Assessment Summary  

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

Coverage of topics related to our 9 learning outcomes has increased significantly since Fall 2011 (and Fall 2009) in ALL AREAS in FYE courses!

There has been a gradual improvement in academic honesty, and self-understanding (since Fall 2009).

There has been a significant improvement in “describing where one can get help”, a sense of belonging, and logging into the degree evaluation (vs. Fall 2011).

There has been a gradual decline in student's ability to learn well on their own (since Fall 2010).

[The numbers below indicate percent of students who agree and strongly agree]

  

Please indicate how much you agree with the following statements about yourself

Fall 2012

N=826

Fall 2011

N=951

Fall 2010

N=959    

Fall 2009

N=846    

I have not committed any act of academic dishonesty (copying another's work, cheating, etc.) since I have been at CCSU.

96%

94%

94%

92%

I have a good understanding of my personal strengths and weaknesses.

95%

93%

93%

91%

I can describe where to get help on this campus when I need it.

81%

75%

81%

78%

I meet all assignment deadlines.

78%

77%

78%

77%

I can explain the purpose and role of my general education courses requirements.

73%

71%

71%

73%

I learn well on my own.

71%

73%

75%

72%

I seek out help when I have difficulty with academic work.

63%

62%

62%

62%

I study effectively.

60%

60%

59%

63%

I feel a strong sense of belonging to the CCSU Community.

59%

53%

61%

64%

I have logged into the degree evaluation system (CAPP) to see my progress toward graduation.

52%

42%

53%

35%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please indicate how much you agree that this course sufficiently covered the following topics

Fall 2012

Fall

2011

 

Taking personal responsibility for academic performance

91%

89%

 

Academic honesty.

91%

89%

 

Accessing  campus resources at CCSU

88%

83%

 

Participation in the CCSU Community

81%

74%

 

Overall, this course was effective

78.5%

(46 SA)

(32 A)

74%

(38 SA) (36 A)

 

The role of general education

78%

75%

 

How to learn independently

77%

75%

 

Effective study skills

77%

75%

 

The difference between critical thinking and surface learning

67%

63%

 

The degree evaluation system (CAPP)

62%

53%

 

 Click here for Fall 2012 results reported as a mean.

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