Planning and Information
Periodically, the District conducts surveys to determine student, faculty and staff satisfaction with services and processes. Student, faculty, and staff surveys are provided at the following links:
Follow Up Survey Results Summary Fall 2011
Associate Faculty Follow Up Survey Fall 2011
Classified Staff Follow Up Survey Fall 2011
Full-Time Faculty Follow Up Survey Fall 2011
Management/Supervisory/Confidential Follow Up Survey Fall 2011
Follow Up Survey Results Summary Spring 2010
Associate Faculty Follow Up Survey Spring 2010
Classified Staff Follow Up Survey Spring 2010
Confidential Employees Follow Up Survey Spring 2010
Full-Time Faculty Follow Up Survey Spring 2010
Management/Supervisors Follow Up Survey Spring 2010
Student Follow Up Survey Spring 2010
Student Survey Fall 2007
Student Survey Fall 2007 by Location
Faculty & Staff Survey Spring 2008
In Spring 2008 and Spring 2011, the college administered the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE). This nationally normed student survey enables the college to compare itself to other large community colleges across the nation in the areas most likely to lead to student success. Butte College CCSSE results include a Benchmark Comparison showing the college's performance on the five areas most likely to lead to student success, the Five Highest and Five Lowest Aspects from the survey, and a college generated CCSSE Report that describes the responses to each question along with a comparison to the large college peer group and to the 2008 survey results and a campus CCSSE presentation.
Each year Butte College publishes its Accountability Reporting for Community Colleges (ARCC) results. The ARCC is mandated by AB 1417 and provides a variety of system-wide and college indicators.
The ARCC report provides the following system-wide indicators:
College indicators tracked in the ARCC report include the following:
The college's Reports Server provides a wide variety of reports that are helpful for a number of reports on student demographics, enrollment management, instructional programs, student services, and institutional research.
Information about Student Learning Outcomes can be found at the SLO Website.
Assessment Resources contain information about the System Office Data Mart and the California Postsecondary Education Commission (CPEC).