Survey Results

To assess campus climate Fresno City College conducted an employee survey. The Noel-Levitz College Employee Satisfaction survey was used. This survey assesses how employees feel about key topics such as the campus culture, work environment, mission and more. With data from this survey, we can identify which issues are most important to FCC employees, assess their attitudes toward the institutional mission and goals, uncover key data about the work environment on campus, and learn the most effective ways to keep the employees satisfied and productive.

  • Fall 2014
    • Results by Question and Survey Comments
    • Comparison with Other Colleges
    • Survey Dashboard

The Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE), a product and service of the Center for Community College Student Engagement, is a well-established tool that helps institutions focus on good educational practice and identify areas in which they can improve their programs and services for students. Administered during the spring to mostly returning students, CCSSE asks about institutional practices and student behaviors that are highly correlated with student learning and retention. CCSSE serves as a complementary piece to the Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE), with a more broad focus on the student experience. The survey results are listed below as they become available.

The College Outcomes Survey, published by ACT, was chosen as the means to access Fresno City College's institutional learning outcomes and general education learning outcomes. The survey is designed to assess students’ perceptions of the importance of, progress toward, and college contribution to a variety of college outcomes including satisfaction with selected aspects of the college’s programs and services. The survey results are listed below as they become available.

  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012

The Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE), a product and service of the Center for Community College Student Engagement, helps community colleges discover why some entering students persist and succeed and others do not. Administered during the 4th and 5th weeks of the fall academic term, SENSE asks students to reflect on their earliest experiences (academic and services-related) with the college. SENSE serves as a complementary piece to the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE), with a more narrowed focus on early student experiences. The survey results are listed below as they become available.

  • 2017