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18Winter Term, May Term, and Flex Classes StatisticsC. Course Enrollment Trends
Mountain View College Winter Term and May Term Statistics
Winter Term = Three weeks between Fall and Spring semesters (mid Dec thru early Jan)
May Term = Three weeks between Spring and Summmer 1 semesters (mid May thru early June)
 
All Flex Classes (<16 weeks) from Fall 2007
 
      Summary Report         Course Detail Report
 
 
Winter Term Detail Reports
 
     2003-2004
 
     2004-2005
 
     2005-2006
 
     2006-2007
 
     2007-2008
 
     2008-2009
 
May Term Detail Reports
 
     2003-2004
 
     2004-2005
 
     2005-2006
 
     2006-2007
 
     2007-2008
 
     2008-2009

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70Link to MVC Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) mainpageK. AccreditationMVC's QEP web siteQYesNoApproved
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98Grade Distributions, Course Success and and Retention Reports: 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12D. Grade Distributions, Retention, and SuccessCurrent and previous academic year MVC college-level, division-level, and dept-level Grade Distributions

College Level: (One page PDF report)

College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success by Academic Year and Term; Academic Years: 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12


Division Level: (Three page PDF report)

Instructional Divisions and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success by Academic Year and Term; Academic Years: 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12


Program-Discipline Level: (21 page PDF report)

Instructional Program-Disciplines, Instructional Divisions, and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success by Academic Year and Term; Academic Years: 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12


NOTE--

Course-Level and Section-Level versions of these reports are available from the Office of Research and Planning ONLY WITH APPROVAL from the Vice-President of Academic Affairs or Deans of the respective instructional areas.
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9Associate Degrees & Certificates AwardedE. Graduates, Certificate Completers, Core Curriculum Completers
This site contains a comprehensive set of reports portraying associate degrees and certificates awarded by Mountain View College from the very first academic year 1970-1971 up thru the most recent available.
 
Report Descriptions: (All Links are to PDF files)
 
Academic Year Specific "Graduate Profiles" Each "Profile" contains a one page graphical portrayal of an academic year's award recipients' demographics including brief narrative highlights.
       2003-2004      2006-2007      2009-2010      2012-2013
       2004-2005      2007-2008      2010-2011
       2005-2006      2008-2009      2011-2012
 
Degrees and Certs Awarded Trend Compare: a multi-year report beginning with charts depicting academic year trends of associate degrees and certificates awarded by type, followed by a table portraying a side-by-side comparison of specific awards conferred.
 
Years to Graduation-Completion:  a multi-year report summarizing the number of years MVC associate degree graduates and certificate completers are enrolled to complete their awards.

Graduates Completing 50% or more Credit-Hours Online
      2010-2011 and 2011-2012

Graduate Demographic Summary Trends: 
 a multi-year report depicting gender, ethnicity, average age, and average GPA for total awards and award categories in ten year increments.
      1970-71 thru 1979-80        2000-01 thru 2009-10
      1980-81 thru 1989-90        2010-11 thru 2011-12
      1990-91 thru 1999-00   
                                   
"Degrees and Certs Awarded by Year Detail" Each "Detail" report contains a ten year detail listing of specific AA, AS, AAS, and Certificates awarded each academic year.     
       1980-81 thru 1989-90       2010-11 thru 2011-12 
       1990-91 thru 1999-00
 
Cohort Graduation Reports:
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1MVC Fall Term Grade Distribution, Course Success/Retention Trend ChartsD. Grade Distributions, Retention, and Success
Graphical presentation of Fall semester college-level Grade Distributions; and Summary-level Course Success/Retention trends

Note: Course Success Rate = (A's + B's + C's) / census enrollment
 
Fall Semester Trend Charts:

    2004 thru 2007

    2006 thru 2009

    2008 thru 2010

    2009 thru 2011
    
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52Developmental Education Student Course Success Trends - MVC and DCCCD ComparedD. Grade Distributions, Retention, and SuccessMVC and DCCCD Fall 2003 thru 2007 DMAT, DREA, and DWRI Student Course Success TrendsDNoNoApproved
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27Recent High School Graduates (by HS) Enrolled at Mountain View CollegeB. Student ProfilesA look at May HS graduates enrolled in the subsequent MVC Fall semester credit classes
Recent High School Graduates (by HS) Enrolled at Mountain View College This report includes high school specific Fall semester MVC students who graduated from high school in the most recent May-Aug.
 
Dallas County MVC Feeder High School Graduates Enrolled in Fall TX Higher Education by HS and by college/university attended 
 
MVC Service Area High Schools Only

All Dallas County High School Grads Attending MVC
 
 
The following reports portray Dallas County ISD high school graduates attending DCCCD Colleges by high school and by college.
 
 
 
 
MVC Service Area Public High School and Middle School Statistics Student Demographics, Grade-level enrollment trends, and 9th thru 12th grade and HS graduate thru higher ed progression analysis.
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2MVC Unduplicated Annual Student Profile - Credit and C.E.B. Student Profiles
Annual unduplicated headcounts and associate demographic profiles of MVC credit students and continuing education students are provided in the following academic year reports.
2000-2001      2004-2005      2009-2010
2001-2002      2005-2006      2010-2011
2002-2003      2006-2007      2011-2012
2003-2004      2008-2009      2012-2013
 
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14Institutional Research LinksL. Useful Links
Source of district wide "Credit Student Facts Briefs"; "CE Quarter Facts"; DCCCD College Service area maps; and more
 
Texas Higher Education Data, created and maintained by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The links on this page provide access to Texas higher education data and related data sources via reports, statistics, queries, and other interactive tools.
 
Community College Enrollment; Tuition and Fee Survey Results;
Tax and Valuation Survey Results; and more
 
Texas public K-12 Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) Reports, and more
 
Nation-wide state-level data on: Preparation; Participation; Affordability; Student Learning, Completion; and more
 
 
 
 
 
 
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4DCCCD Employee ReportsH. Employee Profiles
 
 
DCCCD Institutional Research Office - Employee Data:
 
 
 
 
 
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51MVC Service Area High School and Middle School StatisticsI. Census / Area StatisticsHS Graduates, and High School and Middle School Enrollment
MVC Service Area High School and Middle School Statistics for the following public schools:
 
Demographic Profiles:
 
 
 
 
 
High Schools:
    DISD:
      Moises Molina HS
      Justin F Kimball HS
      South Oak Cliff HS
      Sunset HS
   
    Cedar Hill HS
    Duncanville HS
    Grand Prairie HS
    South Grand Prairie HS
    Dubiski Career HS
   
 
Middle Schools:
DISD:
    L V Stockard
    T W Browne
    Boude Storey
    W E Greiner
    Raul Quintanilla
Cedar Hill ISD:
    Bessie Coleman
    W S Permenter
Duncanville ISD:
    William H Byrd
    J Herman Reed
    G W Kennemer
GPISD:
    Adams
    Bill Arnold
    Jackson
    Kennedy
    Fannin
    Ronald Reagan
    Harry S Truman
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47Distance Learning Enrollment TrendsC. Course Enrollment TrendsMVC distance learning compared to overall student course enrollments from Fall 2003
MVC Distance Learning Enrollment Trends:
 
         2003-04 thru 2006-07
 
         2007-08 thru 2009-10
 
         2010-11 thru 2012-13
  
 
 
DCCCD Distance Learning Enrollment Trends by College
 
 
          2007-2008 thru 2012-2013
 
 
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30MVC Historical Credit Course Enrollments by SemesterC. Course Enrollment TrendsFall and Spring semester course enrollments as of census grouped by division and by department
Census Day Course Enrollments (Flex classes are not included)
 
MVC Subject-Level Reports:

Fall 2012         Spring 2013

Fall 2011         Spring 2012      Sum 1 2012      Sum II 2012

Fall 2010         Spring 2011      Sum I 2011      Sum II 2011
 
Fall 2009         Spring 2010      Sum I 2010      Sum II 2010
 
Fall 2008         Spring 2009      Sum I 2009      Sum II 2009
 
Fall 2007         Spring 2008      Sum I 2008      Sum II 2008

Fall 2006         Spring 2007      Sum I 2007      Sum II 2007
 
Fall 2005         Spring 2006      Sum I 2006      Sum II 2006
 
Fall 2004         Spring 2005      Sum I 2005      Sum II 2005
 
Fall 2003         Spring 2004      Sum I 2004      Sum II 2004
 
 
MVC Course-Level Reports:

Fall 2012         Spring 2013
 
Fall 2011         Spring 2012      Sum 1 2012      Sum II 2012

Fall 2010         Spring 2011      Sum I 2011      Sum II 2011
 
Fall 2009         Spring 2010      Sum I 2010      Sum II 2010
 
Fall 2008         Spring 2009      Sum I 2009      Sum II 2009
 
Fall 2007         Spring 2008      Sum I 2008      Sum II 2008
 
Fall 2006         Spring 2007      Sum I 2007      Sum II 2007
 
Fall 2005         Spring 2006      Sum I 2006      Sum II 2006
 
Fall 2004         Spring 2005      Sum I 2005      Sum II 2005
 
Fall 2003         Spring 2004      Sum I 2004      Sum II 2004
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94MVC 2013-2018 Strategic Plan - 11/1/12J. Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment

The link below accesses the latest draft of the next MVC Strategic Plan.  It has been collaboratively developed by MVC faculty, PSS, and administrators at the following venues.

April 27, 2012 Strategic Planning Retreat - 35 participantsJuly 19, 2012 Retreat Follow-up meeting - 20 of the original 35 participants.August 21, 2012 return Week Cafe Conversations - 45 participants
November 1, 2012 Approved by Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment Committee


 
 

MVC 2013-2018 Strategic Plan - Approved by PBA Committee 11/1/2012

 


 


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100Fall Course Success Trends by Schedule TypeD. Grade Distributions, Retention, and Success

​Fall Course Success Trends by Schedule Type: Lecture, Online/Hybrid, Other (Self-Paced, Dual Credit, Off-Campus).  Includes charts by division and  charts by program discipline.

     Fall 2010 - Fall 2012

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45MVC Student Retention - Fall to Spring and Fall to FallD. Grade Distributions, Retention, and SuccessAn analysis of Fall students returning the next Spring and the following Fall by gender, ethnicity, enrollment status, and FTIC
MVC Student Retention Analysis - Fall to Spring and Fall to Fall
An analysis of MVC Fall credit students who return the next Spring and the following Fall semester by gender, ethnicity, full-time / part-time status, and FTIC (First-Time-In-College).  
 
Four year trend reports:
 
 
      
 
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68Mountain View College - Institutional Effectiveness Report Card (Annual from 2006-2007)J. Planning, Budgeting, and AssessmentThe MVC IE Report Card assesses college-level attainment of our Mission and Goals
The Mountain View College “Institutional Effectiveness Report Card” is the annual “state of the college” message to stakeholders and constituencies regarding fulfillment of the MVC Strategic Plan Mission and Goals.  Every year the College systematically documents evidence regarding continuous evaluation and improvement of programs and services.  This evidence-based institutional self-reflection celebrates Mountain View College strengths and acknowledges areas where there are opportunities for improvement.  The foundational question answered in this report card is:  Did Mountain View College fulfill its Mission and achieve its Goals and Priorities in the year just completed?  
 
       2006-2007        2009-2010
 
       2007-2008        2010-2011
 
       2008-2009       2011-2012
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99SENSE Results Fall 2012 (Survey of Entering Student Engagement)G. Survey Results

The Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE)

Introduction: 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.


 

SENSE Sampling:  In SENSE sampling procedures, students are sampled at the classroom level. The survey was administered in classes randomly selected from those courses most likely to enroll entering students, with a random sample pulled from all first college-level English and math courses and all developmental reading, writing, and math courses, excluding ESL courses.

In Fall 2012 MVC Administered the SENSE Survey.

  • 97 MVC classes / 53 faculty (many faculty had 2 or more classes surveyed)
  •  1101 total students surveyed
  •  537 self identified as “Entering Student”
  •  520 were not excluded (did not indicate entering or returning student, under age 18, etc)

 

 Fall 2012 Student Respondent Profile
520 MVC Entering Students

Enrollment Status:    Full-time – 26%    Part-time – 74%

Age:   18-19 Yrs – 23%     20-21 Yrs – 18%    22-24 Yrs – 14%    25+ Yrs – 45%

Gender:    Male – 41%    Female – 59%

Ethnicity:   Hispanic – 50%    Black – 27%     White – 15%     Asian – 5%    Other – 2%

SENSE Survey Results - MVC 2012

Key Findings for Mountain View College  The SENSE Key Findings booklet is an individually tailored executive summary. The booklet provides college-specific data in an easy-to-read and easy-to-share format including: benchmark comparisons between your college, top-performing colleges, and the SENSE cohort; highlights of the aspects of highest and lowest student engagement at your college; and selected results from five SENSE special-focus module items on Promising Practices.

SENSE benchmarks are groups of conceptually related survey items that focus on institutional practices and student behaviors that promote student engagement—and that are positively related to student learning and persistence from the time the student has first contact with the college through the end of the third week of class. Benchmarks are used to compare each institution’s performance to that of similar institutions and with the SENSE Cohort. The six SENSE benchmarks are: early connections, high expectations and aspirations, clear academic plan and pathway, effective track to college readiness, engaged learning, and academic and social support network.

Benchmark Report - MVC Compared to ECC, EFC, and Lonestar-N Harris
Benchmark Report - MVC Compared to all Texas Colleges

 


Means and Frequency Reports: Responses to individual SENSE survey items are summarized in two formats–means and frequencies. 

Means reports present an average for each survey item that has scaled responses (e.g., strongly agree to strongly disagree) and compare average item responses between member colleges and various groups (e.g., similarly sized colleges), or between subgroups within a college (e.g., male & female).  Means are not run on dichotomous items: those with only two response options (e.g., yes/no; enrolled/not enrolled). These items are summarized in the frequency reports.

Frequency reports present the observed frequencies of occurrence (counts and percentages) of the values for each survey item, excluding demographic survey items.  These reports are useful for understanding how data are distributed across response categories. Please note that counts and percentages on frequency reports are subject to rounding.

2012 Means Report - MVC Main Survey

2012 Frequency Distribution - MVC Main Survey

 

 

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29Fall and Spring Credit Student Enrollment Change AnalysisB. Student ProfilesFall and Spring enrollment changes are analyzed by demographics, residence, majors, HS of recent grads, financial aid received, schedule, and course enrollments
Mountain View College credit student enrollment compared to previous Fall and Spring semesters by: demographics, home ZIP code, declared majors, recent high school graduates, financial aid received, and course enrollments by schedule type and by instructional division.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Related links to more detailed reports:
 
 
 
 
 
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962012 MVC Services Program Review Report and Data ProfilesM. Program-Discipline Review
 

MVC 2012 Services Program Review Report

MVC 2012 Services Program Review Resources:

MVC 2013 Budget Profile and Actual Expenses Report  Use this report to locate annual actual expenses for each MVC unit.

MVC 2012 Student Opinion Survey Results  (All Student Svcs and Instructional Resources/Support Units; MVC Web-Site, Police, Cashier, Bookstore, Subway, Facilities, Athletics, Academic Deans Offices)

MVC 2012 Employee Opinion Survey Results  (All Business, Administrative, and Instructional Resources/Support Units; Academic and Student Svcs Administration; Testing Center, Health Center, Student Life, Disability Svcs)

MVC Employee Statistics

MVC Graduates Follow-Up Survey Results  (Grads' attainment of Instruction and Student Svcs SLOs; Grads' satisfaction with Advising, Financial Aid, Lab Facilities, Graduation application process, Graduation Ceremony)

CCSSE Survey Results - Multi-year Comparison  (All Student Svcs and Instructional Resources/Support Units, Athletics)

Noel-Levitz Survey Results - Two Year Comparison  (All Student Svcs and Instructional Resources/Support Units, Police, Cashier, Bookstore, Subway, Facilities, Athletics)

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44First-Time-In-College (FTIC) Student TrendsB. Student ProfilesMVC Fall and Spring Semester FTIC Student Headcounts, Demographics, Full-time/Part-time Status, % Declared Majors, and Dev Education Enrollment
MVC First-Time-In-College (FTIC) Student Trends  (Does not include Dual-Credit students)
 
FTIC Student Profile Summary   Chart and Table of Fall Semester FTIC Student Headcounts, Gender and Ethnicity, % Full-time,  % Declared Majors, % Enrolled in Developmental Education, and DMAT, DREA, DWRI Enrollments
       Fall 2007 - Fall 2009        Fall 2008 - Fall 2010              
 
FTIC Student Demographic Detail Trends  Fall and Spring Semester FTIC Student Headcounts, Gender and Ethnicity, Full-time/Part-time Status,  Declared Majors/Undeclared Majors, Average Age, and Average Credit Hour Load. 
 
       1999-00 thru 2008-09        2009-10 thru Fall 2010  
 
FTIC Students Receiving Financial Aid:
      
       Fall 2008 - Fall 2010  
 
FTIC Student Developmental Education Summary   Chart and Table of Fall and Spring Semester FTIC Student Headcounts, % Enrolled in Developmental Education, and DMAT, DREA, DWRI Enrollments
 
       1999-00 thru 2004-05        2005-06 thru Fall 2010  
 
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33Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment (PBA) Committee (Charge, Membership, and Meeting Minutes)J. Planning, Budgeting, and AssessmentPBA Committee Charge, Membership, and Meeting Agendas-Summaries
Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment (PBA) Committee
 
Committee Charge
The PBA Committee develops and maintains the “Mountain View College Five-Year Strategic Plan” that guides college operational planning, resource allocation, assessment of institutional effectiveness, grant submissions, and other new initiatives.  The Committee ensures that annual college operational and budget priorities are determined and communicated based upon the “Strategic Plan” and annual assessment of institutional effectiveness.  The Committee institutes and facilitates a systematic annual cycle of planning, budgeting, and assessment of unit effectiveness for all operational units.  The Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment Committee makes certain that the college complies with DCCCD Strategic Plan Key Measures, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Accountability Measures, the Commission on Colleges (SACS) criteria, and all other external accountability.
 
Committee Membership:
       2006-2007        2008-2009        2010-2011         2012-2013
       2007-2008        2009-2010        2011-2012
 
Committee Meeting Agendas-Notes-Handouts:
2012-2013:
     Nov 1, 2012
     Dec 12, 2012 - Cloose the Loop on 2011-2012 Piorities College Piorities
    
Jan 29, 2013 - Finalize College Piorities (DRAFT minutes)

2011-2012:
     Feb 14, 2012 Environmental Scan - College Priorities

     Mar 29, 2012 Finalize 2012-13 College Priorities
             Presentation - Priorities and General Administration Expense
     May 4, 2012 FY 2013 Budget Presentation
             Supplemental Expense Request - Handout
             Close the Loop on 2010-2011 College Priorities - Information Item

2010-2011:
               Budget Reduction Ideas NOT Recommended
               Link to MVC 2010-11 Budget Task Force Site

2009-2010:
      Oct 23, 2009
 
2008-2009:
      Apr 22, 2009
 

2006-2007:
      Oct 6, 2006
      Oct 11, 2006
      Nov 10, 2006
      Jan 19, 2007
      Feb 2, 2007
      Apr 13, 2007
 



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35MVC College Priorities (Annual from 2007-2008)J. Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment2008-2009 Mountain View College Planning and Budgeting Priorities
The MVC “College Priorities” are developed each year by the Planning Budget and Assessment (PBA) Committee.  These priorities consider current environmental factors and reflect the Mission and Goals of the “MVC 2008-2012 Strategic Plan.”  The “College Priorities” will be used in conjunction with the “MVC 2008-2012 Strategic Plan” to guide annual budget building.
 
College Priorities:
      2007-2008           2010-2011          2013-2014

      2008-2009           2011-2012

      2009-2010           2012-2013
 
 
 
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24First-time Transfer Students at Texas Public Universities from Mountain View CollegeF. University Transfer / Employment
First-time Transfer Students at Texas Public Universities from Mountain View College  The *Number of First-Time Transfer Students from Mountain View College Enrolled in Texas Public Universities in the Fall Semester by university.  *Students who are coded as 1st time transfer on CBM001 University report, and tracked back 6 years to identify those who had previously earned 30+ credit hours at MVC. 
 
MVC Transfers by Texas Public University:
 
DCCCD Transfers by College 
 
Old Definition no longer used:
Total Number of DCCCD Students by College who Transfer to a Texas Public University - The total cumulative number of MVC transfer students enrolled at Texas public universities each Fall semester 1996 thru 2006.
 
The source of these data is the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's online interactive report "Academic Performance of 2-Year College Transfer Students at Texas Public Universities".
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23MVC Transfer Students' Performance at Texas Public UniversitiesF. University Transfer / EmploymentAcademic performance at Texas public universities for Fall 2004 and Fall 2005 first-time transfer students with 30+ Sem Cred Hrs from MVC in the past six years

 

MVC Transfer Students' Performance at Texas Public Universities - Fall first-time transfer students from MVC are included in this report.  This report reflects the academic performance (GPA) of Mountain View College students in the first year after they transferred to a Texas public 4-year institution, and their persistence into the second year of study (did they return the following Fall semester).  For Comparison: other DCCCD Colleges and all other community colleges first year transfer students' performance at the same universites are provided. 
Summary Trends:
 
MVC Transfer Students with Developmental Education Trends:
 
CB Detail Reports:
       Fall 2004      Fall 2007      Fall 2010
       Fall 2005      Fall 2008
       Fall 2006      Fall 2009
 
The source of these data is the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's online interactive report "Academic Performance of 2-Year College Transfer Students at Texas Public Universities" .   All Texas public Community College transfer data are available in this interactive online report. The detail includes comparative academic performance data for the selected community college's transfer students at each Texas public university that they attend.  Additionally, all Texas public Universities have reports in the same format showing all first-time transfer students by Community College attended.

 

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28MVC Student Declared MajorsB. Student Profiles
Student Declared Majors Reports
 
 
 
 
 
 
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36Link to DCCCD "Facts Brief Reports" - Credit Student Statistics by CollegeB. Student ProfilesDCCCD college-specific historical Fall and Spring semester credit student headcount demographic profiles from Fall 1996
DCCCD college-specific historical Fall semester and Spring semester credit student headcount demographic profiles from Fall 1996 - produced by the DCCCD Institutional Research Office
 
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37Link to DCCCD "CE Quarter Facts Reports" Continuing Education Student Statistics by CollegeB. Student ProfilesDCCCD college-specific historical continuing education student headcount demographic profiles from 1st Quarter 2002
DCCCD college-specific historical quarter-specific continuing education student headcount demographic profiles from 1st Quarter 2002 - produced by the DCCCD Institutional Research Office
 
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42MVC Enrollment Distribution of Full-Time vs. Part-Time FacultyH. Employee ProfilesEnrollment/Contact Hours Distribution taught by FT vs PT Faculty; complete with Instructional Division and Department Summaries
Note: In these reports, enrollment taught by full-time faculty, is all enrollment taught by the FT faculty member, regardless of load status.

Summary Trend Charts:
      Total Enrollment:                     Online Enrollment:
 
 
Total Enrollment Distribution - Number and percent of MVC student course enrollments by semester, with Instructional Program/Discipline totals and semester totals.
 
 
Online Enrollment Distribution - Number and percent of MVC student online course enrollments by semester, with Instructional Program/Discipline totals and semester totals.
 
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16MVC Employee Demographic TrendsH. Employee ProfilesFall Trends of Full-time Employees and Adjunct faculty by Type, Gender, Ethnicity, Age, and Longevity
Fall Trends of MVC Full-time Employees by Type, Gender, Ethnicity, Age, and Longevity
 
 
 
 
 
Fall Trends of MVC Adjunct Faculty by Type, Gender, Ethnicity, Age, and Longevity
 
 

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71Historical Student Headcounts from 1970: MVC and other DCCCD CollegesB. Student ProfilesMVC and other DCCCD college historical credit student headcounts from 1970 thru the present
Credit Student Historical Headcounts from 1970
 
 
 
DCCCD "Facts Brief" style reports scanned into PDF format.  The following is an almost complete history of MVC and other DCCCD student headcounts by semester from 1970.
 
    1970-1971                           1986-1987
 
    1971-1972                           1987-1988
 
    Fall 1977-Spr 1978               1988-1989
 
    Fall 1978-Spr 1979               1989-1990
 
    1979-1980                           1990-1991
 
    1980-1981                           1991-1992
 
    1981-1982                           1992-1993
 
    1982-1983                           1993-1994
 
    1983-1984                           1994-1995
 
    1984-1985                           1995-1996
 
    1985-1986
 
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10Graduates with Developmental EducationE. Graduates, Certificate Completers, Core Curriculum CompletersThree years of MVC Associate Degree Graduates and Certificate Completers were researched to determine if any had enrolled in Developmental Education Courses during their last five years.
Graduates with Developmental Education
 
MVC Associate Degree Graduates and Certificate Completers were researched to determine if any had enrolled in Developmental Education Courses during their last five years.  Over 50% of all MVC graduates in all years analyzed had at least one developmental education class enrollment with developmental math being the most frequent.
 
 


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84MVC Annual Student and Employee Opinion SurveysG. Survey Results

MVC Annual Student Opinion Survey online survey sent to all current credit students.  Survey includes general marketing and information sources items; and satisfaction items for all services/offices students may use.

(All Student Services and Educational Resources Units; MVC Web-Site, Police, Cashier, Bookstore, Subway, Facilities, Athletics, Academic Deans Offices) 


      2012 Student Survey Summary Results

      2011 Student Survey Summary Results

      2010 Student Survey Summary Results


MVC Annual Employee Opinion Survey online survey sent to all current employees.  Survey includes general items on employee classification and tenure; and satisfaction items for all services/offices that employees may use.

(All Business, Administrative, and Educational Resources Units; Academic and Student Svcs Administration; Testing Center, Health Center, Student Life, Disability Svcs)

       2012 Employee Survey Summary Results

       2011 Employee Survey Summary Results

       2010 Employee Survey Summary Results

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54MVC Graduate Follow-up Survey ResultsG. Survey Results
MVC 2011-2012 Graduate Follow-up Survey Results
administered online.  Invitation to respond sent out after each group of graduates Dec 2011, May 2012, Summer 2012; 122 respondents

MVC 2010-2011 Graduate Follow-up Survey Results
administered online.  Invitation to respond sent out after each group of graduates Dec 2010, May 2011, Summer 2011; 163 respondents

MVC 2009-2010 Graduate Follow-up Survey Results
administered online.  Invitation to respond sent out after each group of graduates Dec 2009, May 2010, Summer 2010; 120 respondents
 
MVC 2008-2009 Graduate Follow-Up Survey:  Summary Results  administered online from July thru November 2009;  80 respondents
 
 
 
MVC 2007-2008 Graduate Follow-Up Survey:  Summary Results  administered online from mid October thru mid December 2008;  51 respondents
 
DCCCD 2007-2008 Graduates Survey – Graduates/Completers from MVC: Summary Results administered by DCCCD online during June and July 2008;  119 respondents
 

DCCCD 2007-2008 Graduates Survey Results administered by DCCCD online during June and July 2008;  all 1,510 DCCCD-wide respondents
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97CCSSE - MVC Spring 2012 Results (Community College Survey of Student Engagement)G. Survey Results

​Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE)

During April 2012, 710 MVC students responded to the in-class administration of the CCSSE survey.  CCSSE provides information about effective educational practice in community colleges and assists institutions in using that information to promote improvements in student learning and persistence.  Student engagement, or the amount of time and energy that students invest in meaningful educational practices, is the underlying foundation for CCSSE’s work.  The CCSSE survey instrument is designed to capture student engagement as a measure of institutional quality.  CCSSE Web Site
 
MVC CCSSE 2012 Key Findings Report - CCSSE Standard Report
 
MVC CCSSE 2012 Results Compared to MVC 2010 and 2008 Results - Five page CCSSE survey item specific comparison of three years results.
 
MVC CCSSE 2012 Respondent Demographics - Percentages of Gender, Race/Ethnicity, Age, and Full-time/Part-time status of the 710 MVC student respondents. CCSSE Standard Report
 
MVC Results for the Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice - The five benchmarks of effective educational practice encompass 38 engagement items from the CCSSE survey that reflect many of the most important aspects of the student experience.  This report includes a one page summary chart comparing MVC 2012, 2010, 2008, and 2005 benchmark results to the CCSSE national cohort.  The rest of the report portrays frequency distributions of MVC responses to the survey items that make up the benchmarks.
 
Benchmarks Summary by Full-time and Part-time Students - CCSSE Standard Report
 
Frequency Distribution of All Items for All Students - CCSSE Standard Report
 
Frequency Distribution of All Items by Full-time and Part-time Students - CCSSE Standard Report
 
Means Summary of All Items for All Students - CCSSE Standard Report
 
Understanding the Results:  Note the following that may help you understand the CCSSE results better.
 
1)  The overall focus and intent of the survey is to assess students' engagement in college (how actively involved are they) in and out of the classroom, with their faculty and fellow classmates, with various student and educational resource services, with the college as a whole, and so forth.
 
2)  CCSSE groups and summarizes the results of 50+ individual items in their five Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice.  See page 3 of the MVC CCSSE 2012 Key Findings Report for a good explanation of the benchmarks, and see the MVC Results for the Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice that shows benchmark trends of MVC results over three years and frequency distribution for the last two years of the survey items that make up each benchmark.
 
3)  For an additional way to see exactly how student engagement has changed over the past three administrations of the CCSSE at MVC (2008, 2010, & 2012), look at the MVC CCSSE 2012 Results Compared to MVC 2010 and 2008 Results.  This report lists all student engagement items in the survey with their mean scores side by side for each year with increases and significance noted by formatting.  You may be most interested in page 4 of this report that lists 11 different student service and educational resource service items, and asks students 1) how often do they use the service? 2) how satisfied are they with the service? and 3) how important the service is to them?
 
4)  The CCSSE web site provides more contextual and validation information to help understand survey results as well.

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952012 MVC Academic Program-Discipline Review Data ProfilesM. Program-Discipline Review

Annual Program-Discipline Review Data Profiles:

One page data profiles for all MVC educational programs and disciplines with 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 enrollment and student achievement data.

Note:  The 2012 data profiles have been revised to record complete enrollment data for each program/discipline. They include end of semester enrollment data that includes all flex terms and enrollment of cross-listed continuing education sections where applicable.   True class-size data for lecture classes and for online classes  have replaced enrollment to section ratios used in previous data profiles.  See revised Data Profile Definitions for further information.

    Accounting                    Foreign Languages
    Arts                             Geology
    Aviation                        Government
    Biology                         HDEV
    Business                       History
    Chemistry                     Humanities
    Criminal Justice              Learning Frameworks
    CADD                           Math/DMAT
    Computer IT                  Music
    Computer Science          Nursing
    Dance                           Philosophy
    Drama                           Physics
    DREA                            Physical Ed
    DWRI                            Psychology
    Economics                     Sociology
    Electronics                    Speech
    English                          Teacher Preparation
    ESOL                            Welding
 MVC 2013 Budget Profile and Actual Expenses Report  Use this report to locate annual actual expenses for each program-discipline.

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912011 MVC Academic Program-Discipline Review Report and Data ProfilesM. Program-Discipline Review

2011 MVC Academic Program-Discipline Review Report

MVC Program-Discipline Review 2011 Questionnaire

 
Annual Program-Discipline Review Data Profiles:
One page data profiles for all MVC educational programs and disciplines
 
(2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 data) data profile definitions
    Accounting                    Foreign Languages
    Arts                              Geology
    Aviation                        Government
    Biology                         HDEV
    Business                       Health Info Mgmt.
    Chemistry                     History
    Criminal Justice             Humanities
    CADD                           Learning Frameworks
    Computer IT                  Math/DMAT
    Computer Science          Music
    Cultural Studies             Nursing
    Dance                           Philosophy
    Drama                          Physics
    DREA                            Physical Ed
    DWRI                            Psychology
    Economics                     Sociology
    Electronics                     Speech
    English                          Teacher Preparation
    ESOL                             Welding
 

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902011 MVC Services Program Review Report and Data ProfilesM. Program-Discipline Review

2011 MVC Services Program Review Report


2011 Annual MVC Services Program Review Questionnaire

MVC 2011 Services Program Review Data Profiles:

Unit Budget (Actual Expenses) Data Profile for 2011 Program Review  (All MVC Units)

MVC 2011 Student Opinion Survey Results  (All Student Svcs and Instructional Resources/Support Units; MVC Web-Site, Police, Cashier, Bookstore, Subway, Facilities, Athletics, Academic Deans Offices)

MVC 2011 Employee Opinion Survey Results  (All Business, Administrative, and Instructional Resources/Support Units; Academic and Student Svcs Administration; Testing Center, Health Center, Student Life, Disability Svcs)

MVC Employee Statistics

MVC Graduates Follow-Up Survey Results  (Grads' attainment of Instruction and Student Svcs SLOs; Grads' satisfaction with Advising, Financial Aid, Lab Facilities, Graduation application process, Graduation Ceremony)

CCSSE Survey Results - Three Year Comparison  (All Student Svcs and Instructional Resources/Support Units, Athletics)

Noel-Levitz Survey Results - Two Year Comparison  (All Student Svcs and Instructional Resources/Support Units, Police, Cashier, Bookstore, Subway, Facilities, Athletics)

Non-Credit Course Enrollment Summary (Continuing Education, Alternative Teacher Certification, Workforce Development)
         
Non-Credit Course Enrollment Detail

Student Cohorts Served
  (Rising Star, TRIO, REACH, First-Year Center, ACCESS, EXIT, Athletes)

First-Time-In-College Students

Recent High School Graduates Enrolled at MVC

Rising Star Graduates 

Associate Degrees and Certificates Awarded

MVC Students Transferring to Universities

Link to Complete Research and Planning Site Map

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792010 MVC Services Program Review Report and Data ProfilesM. Program-Discipline ReviewOne page data profile for all MVC instructional programs and disciplines

2010 MVC Services Program Review Report

 

2010 Annual MVC Services Program Review Questionnaire

MVC 2010 Services Program Review Data Profiles:

Unit Budget (Actual Expenses) Data Profile for 2010 Program Review  (All MVC Units)

MVC 2010 Student Opinion Survey Results  (All Student Svcs and Educational Resources Units; MVC Web-Site, Police, Cashier, Bookstore, Subway, Facilities, Athletics, Academic Deans Offices)

MVC 2010 Employee Opinion Survey   (All Business, Administrative, and Educational Resources Units; Academic and Student Svcs Administration; Testing Center, Health Center, Student Life, Disability Svcs)

MVC Employee Statistics

MVC Graduates Follow-Up Survey Results  (Grads' attainment of Instruction and Student Svcs SLOs; Grads' satisfaction with Advising, Financial Aid, Lab Facilities, Graduation application process, Graduation Ceremony)

CCSSE Survey Results - Three Year Comparison  (All Student Svcs and Educational Resources Units, Athletics)

Noel-Levitz Survey Results - Two Year Comparison  (All Student Svcs and Educational Resources Units, Police, Cashier, Bookstore, Subway, Facilities, Athletics)

Dual Credit Annual Enrollment by High School

Non-Credit Course Enrollment Summary  (Continuing Education, Alternative Teacher Certification, Workforce Development)
            Non-Credit Course Enrollment Detail

Student Cohorts Served  (Rising Star, TRIO, REACH, First-Year Center, ACCESS, Athletes, Disability/VA, F1)

First-Time-In-College Students

Recent High School Graduates Enrolled at MVC

Rising Star Graduates 

Student Financial Aid  

Associate Degrees and Certificates Awarded 

MVC Students Transferring to Universities 

Link to Complete Research and Planning Site Map   

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732010 MVC Academic Program-Discipline Review Report and Data ProfilesM. Program-Discipline ReviewOne page data profile for all MVC instructional programs and disciplines
 
 
Annual Program-Discipline Review Data Profiles:
One page data profiles for all MVC educational programs and disciplines
 
(2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10 data) data profile definitions
    Accounting                    Foreign Languages
    Arts                              Geology
    Aviation                        Government
    Biology                         HDEV
    Business                       Health Info Mgmt.
    Chemistry                     History
    Criminal Justice             Humanities
    CADD                           Math
    Computer IT                  Music
    Computer Science          Nursing
    Cultural Studies             Philosophy
    Dance                           Physics
    Drama                          Physical Ed
    DREA                            Psychology
    DWRI                            Sociology
    Economics                     Speech
    Electronics                     Teacher Preparation
    English                          Welding
    ESOL
 
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642009 MVC Academic Program-Discipline Review Report and Data ProfilesM. Program-Discipline ReviewOne page data profile for all MVC instructional programs and disciplines
 
 
 
Annual Program-Discipline Review Data Profiles
One page data profiles for all MVC educational programs and disciplines
 
October 2009 (2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09 data) data profile definitions
    Accounting                    Foreign Languages
    Arts                              Geology
    Aviation                        Government
    Biology                         HDEV
    Business                       Health Info Mgmt.
    CADD                           History
    Chemistry                     Humanities
    Computer IT                 Math
    Computer Science         Music
    Criminal Justice             Nursing
    Cultural Studies             Philosophy
    Dance                           Physics
    Drama                          Physical Ed
    DREA                            Psychology
    DWRI                            Sociology
    Economics                     Speech
    Electronics                     Teacher Preparation
    English                          Welding
    ESOL
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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93MVC Focused Report 8/15/2012; Compliance Certification Report 3/15/2012K. Accreditation

Mountain View College

SACSCOC Focused Report

August 15, 2012


Mountain View College

SACSCOC Compliance Certification Report

March 15, 2012


These links connect to PDF copies of MVC's Focused Report and Compliance Certification Report narratives only.  The hyperlinks to supporting documentation do not work in these versions.

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31MVC Service Area Population StatisticsI. Census / Area StatisticsCharts, Maps, and Tables of MVC Service Area Total Population: By City, and By Zip Code; 2004 Population Estimate, 2000 and 1990 US Census Data
 
Introduction:
The Mountain View College service area population statistics presented in this report were compiled using data sets from the US Census Bureau.
General Population Description:
According to the US Census Bureau, an estimated 349,065 individuals resided in the Mountain View College service area in 2010.  This is an increase of almost 50,000 individuals, or 16%, from 2000.  Between 1990 and 2000, the MVC service area's estimated population increased by almost 52,000 individuals, or about 21%.  In 2010, the ethnic composition of the MVC service area was 53% Hispanic, 25% African-American, 18% White, and 3% Other.  Forty-two percent of the population's households earned less than $35,000 annually, and the median household income was $40,177.  Of adults 25 years of age and older, 20% had a college degree, 19% had some college but no degree, 28% had a high school diploma only, and 33% did not graduate from high school.  (See Charts pages 6-9 and Tables pages 10-14)
 
MVC Service Area Map (page 5 of report)

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26THECB Community College Accountability MeasuresJ. Planning, Budgeting, and AssessmentDefinitions, Link to On-line Interactive Report, and more
On January 22, 2004, Governor Perry issued Executive Order RP 31 requiring the Coordinating Board and each institution and system work together to provide “the information necessary to determine the effectiveness and quality of the education students receive at individual institutions” also to provide “… the basis to evaluate the institutions’ use of state resources.”
 
 
 
Community College 2006 Accountability Measures Very Large College Report  All of the Texas Multi-college districts and very large community colleges accountability measures data compared.  Report includes MVC and all DCCCD colleges.  All years' reports available on THECB website above.
 
CLOSING the GAPS The Texas Higher Education Plan This is a link to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's site with the plan and annual progress reports.
 
 
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63MVC Annual Plan and Budget, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10J. Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment
NOTE: The MVC Annual Plan and Budget was replaced in 2010 by the Annual Program and Discipline Review for Instruction, and the Annual MVC Services Program Review for the rest of the college. 
 


The Mountain View College Annual Plan and Budget is the institution’s operating plan and budget for an academic year.  It includes the Annual college budget as of August of each year and integrated annual unit plans and budgets for all college instructional, student services, business services, and administrative services units. 
 
        2007-2008        2008-2009        2009-2010
 
 
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61Grade Distributions, Course Success and Retention Reports: 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 D. Grade Distributions, Retention, and Success
College-Level: (One page PDF report)
College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success By Academic Year and Term; Academic years: 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11
 
Division-Level: (Four page PDF report)
Instructional Divisions and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success by Academic Year and Term: 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11
 
Program-Discipline-Level:(21 page PDF report)
Instructional Programs/Disciplines, Instructional Divisions, and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Success By Academic Year and Term: Academic years: 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11
 
NOTE--
Course-Level and Section-Level versions of these reports are available from the Office of Research and Planning ONLY WITH APPROVAL from the Vice-President of Instruction or Deans of the respective instructional areas.
 
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22Grade Distributions, Course Success and Retention Reports: 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08D. Grade Distributions, Retention, and SuccessCurrent and previous academic year MVC college-level, division-level, and dept-level Grade Distributions
College-Level: (one page PDF report)
College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success By Academic Year and Term; Academic years: 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08
 
Division-Level: (three page PDF report)
Instructional Divisions and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success by Academic Year and Term; Academic years: 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08
 
Department-Level: (18 page PDF report)
Instructional Departments, Instructional Divisions, and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Success By Academic Year and Term; Academic years: 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08
 
NOTE--
Course-Level and Section-Level versions of these reports are available from the Office of Research and Planning ONLY WITH APPROVAL from the Vice-President of Instruction or Deans of the respective instructional areas.
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21Grade Distributions, Course Success and Retention Reports: 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05D. Grade Distributions, Retention, and SuccessThree academic years of historical MVC college-level, division-level, and dept-level Grade Distributions
College-Level: (one page PDF report)
College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success By Academic Year and Term; Academic years: 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005
 
Division-Level: (three page PDF report)
Instructional Divisions and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success by Academic Year and Term; Academic years: 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005
 
Department-Level: (18 page PDF report)
Instructional Departments, Instructional Divisions, and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Success By Academic Year and Term; Academic years: 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005
 
NOTE--
Course-Level and Section-Level versions of these reports are available from the Office of Research and Planning ONLY WITH APPROVAL from the Vice-President of Instruction or Deans of the respective instructional areas.
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20Grade Distributions, Course Success and Retention Reports: 1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02D. Grade Distributions, Retention, and SuccessThree academic years of historical MVC college-level, division-level, and dept-level Grade Distributions
College-Level: (one page PDF report)
College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success By Academic Year and Term;  Academic years: 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002

Division-Level: (three page PDF report)
Instructional Divisions and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Course Success by Academic Year and Term;  Academic years: 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002
 
Department-Level: (18 page PDF report)
Instructional Departments, Instructional Divisions, and College Summary Grade Distributions, Course Retention, and Success By Academic Year and Term;  Academic years: 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002
 
NOTE--
Course-Level and Section-Level versions of these reports are available from the Office of Research and Planning ONLY WITH APPROVAL from the Vice-President of Instruction or Deans of the respective instructional areas.
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92MVC SACSCOC Accreditation TimelineK. AccreditationMVC's 2012-2013 Reaffirmation of Accreditation TimelineNoNo0
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3MVC Fall Credit Student Statistics Trends - Ten-Year TrendsB. Student Profiles
MVC Fall Credit Student Statistics Trends - Ten-Year Trends-
DCCCD "Facts Briefs" Statistics Portrayed in Trend Tables and Charts: Ethnicity, Gender, Age, Part-time/Full-time Status, Residence Status, Contact/Credit Hours
 
      1996-2005          2000-2009
      1997-2006          2001-2010
      1998-2007          2002-2011
      1999-2008
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58MVC Historical Continuing Education Course EnrollmentsC. Course Enrollment Trends
Quarters are determined by the census date of the class:
     Qtr 1:  Sept 1 thru Nov 30           Qtr 3:  Mar 1 thru May 31
     Qtr 2:  Dec 1 thru Feb 28/29        Qtr 4:  Jun 1 thru Aug 31
 
MVC Group-Level Reports:
Quarter 1:        Quarter 2:       Quarter 3:        Quarter 4:
  2010-11             2010-11            2010-11            2010-11
  2009-10             2009-10            2009-10            2009-10
  2008-09             2008-09            2008-09            2008-09
  2007-08             2007-08            2007-08            2007-08
  2006-07             2006-07            2006-07            2006-07
  2005-06             2005-06            2005-06            2005-06
  2004-05             2004-05            2004-05            2004-05
 
 
MVC Subject-Level Reports:
Quarter 1:        Quarter 2:       Quarter 3:        Quarter 4:
  2010-11            2010-11            2010-11             2010-11
  2009-10            2009-10            2009-10             2009-10 
  2008-09            2008-09            2008-09             2008-09
  2007-08            2007-08            2007-08             2007-08
  2006-07            2006-07            2006-07             2006-07
  2005-06            2005-06            2005-06             2005-06
  2004-05            2004-05            2004-05             2004-05
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88Noel-Levitz: SSI Survey Results - Spring 2011G. Survey Results

Noel-Levitz: Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) Survey Results - Spring 2011

The Survey: 
The Student Satisfaction Inventory Survey (SSI) is a national survey specifically designed for community colleges.  It measures both student satisfaction and importance on 70 campus experience items, showing colleges how satisfied students are as well as what issues are important to them.  Noel-Levitz Web Site

Sample:  Forty-eight MVC Spring 2011 on-campus class sections representing all instructional divisions and most program/discipline areas were identified for SSI administration.  These 48 classes had 1,000 student course enrollments.  Thirty-nine (81%) of the 48 classes participated.  The thirty-nine participating classes accounted for 625 students responding to the SSI Survey.  The respondents were representative of MVC student body.

Benchmark Comparisons:  MVC’s Spring 2011 SSI results are compared to previous MVC administrations of the SSI survey.  Summary benchmarks include comparisons to MVC results from 2009, 2007, and 2002.  Item detail benchmarks include comparisons to 2009 and 2007.
 
 
 
Item Detail Three-Year Comparison for MVC Services Program Review
 
(This interactive HTML reports provided by Noel-Levitz contain MVC survey data that can be sorted, viewed, and printed in multiple ways using the column heading hyper-links.)
 

Understanding the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Results: Campus experience items 1-70 are each rated two different ways: 1) "Importance" on a scale of 1-7; and 2) "Satisfaction" on a scale of 1 to 7; with 7 representing the highest.  Averages for importance are typically in the range of 5 to 6 and average satisfaction scores are typically in a range of 4 to 5.  

A performance gap is simply the importance score minus the satisfaction score.  Smaller performance gaps are preferable and show that student importance and satisfaction ratings are more consistent with each other.

The Noel-Levitz Interpretive Guide provides a complete explanation of how to interpret the MVC Spring 2011 Noel-Levitz Survey Results.

 

 

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89Noel-Levitz: PSOL Online Survey - Spring 2011 ResultsG. Survey Results

Noel-Levitz: Priorities Survey for Online Learners (PSOL) - Spring 2011 Results

 
The Survey:  The Priorities Survey for Online Learners is designed for students in online courses.  The PSOL is similar to the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) survey that MVC also administered in classrooms this Spring, but the items are modified to be appropriate for online learners.  Noel-Levitz Web Site

  

Sample:  Eighty-two MVC Spring 2011 online class sections representing all instructional divisions and most program/discipline areas were identified for PSOL administration.  These 82 classes had 1,465 enrollments that represented 1,240 individual students.  Noel-Levitz sent email invitations to 1,240 students to take the online PSOL survey.  180 MVC online students (15% of the original sample) responded to the PSOL.  The respondent group is large enough to provide MVC with a baseline regarding online learners’ experience and satisfaction.
 
Benchmark Comparison:  MVC student responses are compared to two national groups of online learner PSOL respondents: 1) all colleges and universities; and 2) community colleges only.
 
 
This interactive HTML reports provided by Noel-Levitz contain MVC survey data that can be sorted, viewed, and printed in multiple ways using the column heading hyper-links.

 

Understanding the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Results: Campus experience items 1-80 are each rated two different ways: 1) "Importance" on a scale of 1-7; and 2) "Satisfaction" on a scale of 1 to 7; with 7 representing the highest.  Averages for importance are typically in the range of 5 to 6 and average satisfaction scores are typically in a range of 4 to 5.

 
A performance gap is simply the importance score minus the satisfaction score.  Smaller performance gaps are preferable and show that student importance and satisfaction ratings are more consistent with each other.
 
The Noel-Levitz PSOL Interpretive Guide provides a complete explanation of how to interpret the MVC Spring 2011 Noel-Levitz Survey Results.
 

 

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60Noel-Levitz Survey Results - Spring 2009G. Survey Results694 MVC 2009 students responded to the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Survey
Noel-Levitz Survey Results - Spring 2009 
 
Executive Summary
 
Forty-two MVC Spring 2009 credit classes were selected by stratified random sample to participate in the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Survey (SSI).  A total of 1,000 surveys were distributed.  Faculty members were asked to administer the surveys during one of the class periods within the two week period before Spring Break (March 2-13, 2009).  A total of 694 (69%) completed surveys were returned.  The 694 students represent 9.5% of the College’s Spring 2009 credit student headcount and are representative of the MVC student body.
 
Note: In Spring 2009, MVC students rated 64 out of 70 campus experience items with a higher average satisfaction than MVC Spring 2007 results, and 38 of the increases were statistically significant. 
 
Spring 2009 Strengths and Opportunities  19 Strength items were identifed with average importance above the midpoint and average satisfaction ratings in the upper quartile.  14 Opportunity items were identified with average importance above the midpoint and average satisfaction ratings in the lower quartile OR performance gaps* in the upper quartile. (* Performance gap = difference between an item's average importance and average satisfaction)
 
Spring 2009 Summary Scale (SSI item Groupings) Comparison Charts  11 of 12 SSI Scales increased over MVC Spring 2007.  Summary Scale bar charts with corresponding item detail tables compare MVC 2009 with MVC 2007, DCCCD, other Texas colleges, and the National group.
 
Spring 2009 Local Items Results and Majors  10 MVC specific  campus experience items and a six answer multiple choice about student MVC information sources.  MVC student respondent majors.
 
Spring 2009 Enrollment Decision Factors and Overall Expectations-Satisfaction  9 items rated with average importance about students' enrollment decisions. 3 items about overall college expectation and satisfaction. 

These interactive HTML reports provided by Noel-Levitz contain four different comparisons.  Comparison groups are described below the reports.  (Note: Use the drop down menu located in the upper right corner of each HTML report to select the data you want to review.  Survey response data can be sorted, viewed, and printed in multiple ways using the column heading hyper-links.)
 
 
Comparison Groups:
(1) MVC Spring 2007:  968 MVC students from in-class administration of SSI during March 19-30, 2007
(2) DCCCD Group: 12,398 students from all seven DCCCD colleges - includes the most recent administration of the SSI from each college
(3) Other Texas College Group: 7,769 students from: Blinn College, Brazosport College, Collin County Community College District, Galveston College, Laredo Community College, Northeast Texas Community College, Palo Alto College, San Antonio College, and South Plains College
(4) National Group: 198,833 students from 244 community colleges surveyed between Fall 2005 and Spring 2008
 
Understanding the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Results:  Campus experience items 1-80 are each rated two different ways:  1) "Importance" on a scale of 1-7; and 2) "Satisfaction" on a scale of 1 to 7; with 7 representing the highest.
The Noel-Levitz Surveys Interpretive Guide provides a complete explanation of how to interpret the MVC Spring 2009 Noel-Levitz Survey Results.
 
 
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53MVC Students Pursuing Additional Higher Education by InstitutionF. University Transfer / EmploymentWhere do MVC graduates, core curriculum completers, and non-returners attend the next Fall semester?
Summary Trends  Students Pursuing Additional Education by Institution - 5 page summary trends from THECB reports below
 
"Students Pursuing Additional Education by Institution" - THECB Report: Where do MVC Graduates, core curriculum completers, and non-returning students in a given academic year attend the following Fall semester.
        2003-2004       2006-2007
        2004-2005       2007-2008
        2005-2006       2008-2009
 
Previous years' MVC reports and all other colleges and statewide summary reports are available on the THECB Automated Student and Adult Learner Follow-Up System (ASALFS) Reports web site.
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87Employment Rates and Additional Higher Education Rates of Former MVC StudentsF. University Transfer / Employment

The data source of employment Rates and additional higher education rates of former MVC students is the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's ASALFS reports.

The Automated Student and Adult Learner Follow-Up System (ASALFS) tracks graduates, completers and non-returners from an academic year for employment and/or additional education for Texas public community, state and technical colleges. 

Summary of MVC ASALFS Reports 2005-06 thru 2008-09

 

MVC Detailed ASALFS Reports from the Coordinating Board:

2005-2006        2007-2008

2006-2007        2008-2009

Link to Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's ASALFS site with prior years and other colleges reports

 

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83MVC 2010-2011 Budget Task Force and PBA CommitteeJ. Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment

Mountain View College Budget Reduction Information

Excerpts from the MVC Budget Reduction Guidelines and Plans Developed by the VP of Business Services:

"Unfortunately, Mountain View College finds itself in unprecedented times as it relates to our budget. ...."

"As shared in the Budget Briefing meeting, August 16, 2010, Mountain View College must reduce its 2012 budget by $786,863. .... Given this fact, MVC will follow the guidelines listed below..."

  • "Examine the impact on our primary mission of teaching and learning. ...
  • Consider non-personnel reductions prior to consideration of reduction in force. ...
  • Make decisions based on research and data. ...
  • Promote operational efficiencies. ...
  • Use a transparent, inclusive budget reduction process. ...
  • Utilize existing policies, compliance requirements and state laws. ..."

"The budget reduction process that MVC will use is as follows:

  1. Hold budget briefing sessions as often as necessary. ...
  2. Develop a time line for budget evaluation process.
  3. Establish a budget task force. ...
  4. Obtain ideas/recommendations for budget reduction. ...
  5. Evaluate ideas/recommendations for budget reduction. ...
  6. Submit evaluations to the Planning, Budget, and Assessment Committee (PBA). ...
  7. Make final decisions. The president has ultimate responsibility for the budget of the college. ..."

MVC Budget Reduction Form, Guidelines, Plan, and Timeline

Update December 1, 2010:

During September 2010, two budget reduction brainstorming forums were held with MVC employees, one with MVC students, and one with the local business community resulting in many budget reduction ideas.   Additionally, MVC employees were invited to submit any budget reduction ideas they had until October 29, 2010.

A total of 260 MVC budget reduction ideas were submitted.  The Budget task force led by the Director of Business Operations with representatives from the faculty and PSS evaluated all of the ideas.  All 260 ideas are accounted for in the three lists presented in their entirety below by clicking on the links to PDF files . 

  1. 185 Budget Reduction Ideas Submitted to the PBA Committee for further analysis and ranking for ultimate submission to the President by January 31, 2011
  2. 42 Budget Reduction Ideas Submitted to the DCCCD because they have district-wide impact.
  3. 33 Budget Reduction Ideas NOT Submitted for further analysis because they did not affect Fund 11 savings, had already been implemented, or were not measurable.

Update - December 21, 2010:

The three PBA subcommittees (Business Services, Instruction, Student Services) presented their recommendations for Budget savings and revenue to the whole committee.  Twenty-Nine budget savings/revenue ideas worth an estimated $1.29 M were recommended. 

Update - January 13, 2011:

The PBA Committee determined its final recommendations to the President at its January 13, meeting. Thirty-four budget savings/revenue ideas worth an estimated $1.62 M were recommended to the President. 

        PBA Recommended 34 Budget Savings Ideas to President      

 

Link to PBA Committee Meeting Agenda and Notes

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59MVC ModernThink Survey Results - 2007, 2008G. Survey ResultsApril 9, 2009 College-wide Forum - Presentation and Hand OutsSNoNoApproved
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17Noel-Levitz Survey Results - Spring 2007G. Survey Results968 MVC credit students rate their campus experiences on the Noel-Levitz - Student Satisfaction Inventory Survey
Eighty-eight MVC Spring 2007 credit classes were selected by stratified random sample to participate in the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Survey.  A total of 1,655 surveys were distributed during the week before Spring Break 2007 to the 88 faculty members involved.  Faculty members were asked to administer the surveys during one of the class periods within the two week period after Spring Break (March 19-30, 2007).  A total of 968 (58%) completed surveys were returned.  The 968 student responses represent 14.5% of the College’s Spring 2007 credit student headcount and are representative of the MVC student body. 
 
The following reports present the MVC Spring 2007 Noel-Levitz Results:
 
This HTML report contains the results of the survey that was administered on the MVC campus.  You will want to use the drop down menu located in the upper right corner of the HTML report to navigate to the individual reports included in this document. You can simply select the report page you want to review. Please note that this report is interactive; you can sort on the individual columns to view the data in multiple ways. You can also print from this document.
 
A one page report listing the Strengths and Opportunites identified in the SSI Survey results.  There are 20 Strengths - survey items of highest importance to MVC students and rated with greatest satisfaction; and 8 Opportunities - items of highest importance to MVC students and rated with least satisfaction.  "Repeat" Strengths and Opportunities from the MVC Spring 2002 results are also noted.
 
A two page report listing the results of the 10 MVC campus experience Items rated with the SSI importance and satisfaction scales; the six point MVC multiple choice item covering areas used by students to find information about MVC; and a list of MVC student declared Majors.
 
MVC Spring 2007 Results Compared to MVC Spring 2002 Six page report comparing the MVC Spring 2007 SSI Survey Results to the MVC Spring 2002 results.  The report begins listing Spring 2007 survey items recording a significant increase in average satisfaction, and those with a significant decrease over the Spring 2002 results.
 

Understanding the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Results:  Campus experience items and 1-80 are each rated two different ways:  1) "Importance" on a scale of 1-7; and 2) "Satisfaction" on a scale of 1 to 7; with 7 representing the highest.
 
On the various "Items" and "Scales" reports, the first column displays average Importance for the 900+ students who rated this item.  The second column displays average Satisfaction and the Standard Deviation of that average Satisfaction (how widely disbursed are the responses); and the third column shows the "Performance Gap" the difference between average Importance and average Satisfaction.
 
Average Importance above the midpoint (>6.1) indicates those items that are most important to MVC students.  Items with Average Importance above the midpoint, and with Average Satisfaction in the top quarter of the responses (5.31+) are considered institutional strengths.  Conversely, items with Average Importance above the midpoint, and with Average Satisfaction in the bottom quarter of the responses (<4.93) or that have Performance Gaps in the top quarter (1.03+) are considered institutional opportunities (A.K.A. challenges).  The "Strengths and Opportunities" report may help put this into perspective.
 
The Noel-Levitz Surveys Interpretive Guide provides a more complete explanation of how to interpret the MVC Spring 2007 Noel-Levitz Survey Results.

About the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory:
The Noel-Levitz SSI Survey is a nationally normed survey given to over 2,000,000 students in hundreds of colleges and universities since the 1990s.  It measures student satisfaction and priorities, showing you what campus experience issues are important to students as well as how satisfied students are with the issue.  The Community, Junior, and Technical College version of the SSI measures student satisfaction and priorities on a wide range of college experiences using 70 survey items.  Results from these 70 items are reported individually and in 12 categories called "scales".

Sample SSI Survey Instrument

The 2006 National Student Satisfaction and Priorities Report

 
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12Noel-Levitz Survey Results - Spring 2002G. Survey ResultsMountain View College periodically uses the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) survey to learn how satisfied its students are and what is important to them -- a combination that pinpoints college strengths and opportunities.
Mountain View College periodically uses the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) survey to learn how satisfied its students are and what is important to them -- a combination that pinpoints college strengths and opportunities.
 
The SSI survey was given was in Spring 2002 and 268 student responses were received.
 
Spring 2002 MVC Noel-Levitz SSI Survey Results:
 
 
Hard copies of MVC's SSI survey results for Spring 2002, Spring 2001, and Spring 1998 are available in the MVC Research and Planning Office.
 
About the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory:
The Noel-Levitz SSI Survey is a nationally normed survey given to over 2,000,000 students in hundreds of colleges and universities since the 1990s.  It measures student satisfaction and priorities, showing you what campus experience issues are important to students as well as how satisfied students are with the issue.  The Community, Junior, and Technical College version of the SSI measures student satisfaction and priorities on a wide range of college experiences using 70 survey items.  Results from these 70 items are reported individually and in 12 categories called "scales".
 
 
 
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13ZIP Code Penetration - Home Address ZIP Code AnalysisB. Student ProfilesMVC credit student enrollment analyzed by home address ZIP code.
MVC credit student enrollment analyzed by home address ZIP code.
 
 
See Credit Student Enrollment Change Analysis for more recent Fall and Spring semester ZIP Code Analysis
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40Student Financial AidB. Student ProfilesMVC Student Financial Aid Reports:  Profile of Students Receiving Financial Aid, Financial Aid received by type
Fall Trend Charts
 
        Fall 2004 - Fall 2007      Fall 2008 - Fall 2010
       
MVC Students Receiving Financial Aid Academic Year Profile:
Profile of MVC students receiving financial aid including student gender, ethnicity, age, declared/undecided majors, Fall to Spring retention, full-time status, and financial aid award highlights.
 
      2004-2005      2006-2007      2008-2009      2010-2011 (as of 10/22/2010)
      2005-2006      2007-2008      2009-2010          
    
MVC Financial Aid Awards Academic Year Summary:
MVC financial aid received summarized by award group including number of awards received and dollar amounts received.
 
      2004-2005      2006-2007      2008-2009      2010-2011 (as of 10/22/2010)
      2005-2006      2007-2008      2009-2010
 
MVC Financial Aid Awards Academic Year Detail:
MVC financial aid received by type of award including numbers of each award received and dollar amounts received.
 
      2004-2005      2006-2007      2008-2009      2010-2011 (as of 10/22/2010)
      2005-2006      2007-2008      2009-2010     
 
FTIC Students Receiving Financial Aid:
    
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56Top Ten and Bottom Ten Courses, Course SuccessD. Grade Distributions, Retention, and Success
Top Ten and Bottom Ten Courses with enrollments of 50 or more students. 
 
Fall 2005 thru Fall 2009 (three page PDF report)
Color shaded courses repeated in 4 or more of the 9 semesters shown.
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67Courses Accounting for 75% of All MVC Course Enrollments by YearC. Course Enrollment TrendsA look at the top enrolled courses at MVC from 2006-2007CNoNoApproved
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69SENSE 2009 MVC Results (Survey of Entering Student Engagement)G. Survey Results78 MVC Fall 2009 classses participated in the SENSE survey designed to measure entering (first-semester) student engagement
SENSE General Overview
The Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE) helps community and technical colleges focus on the “front door” of the college experience. SENSE collects and analyzes data about institutional practices and student behaviors in the earliest weeks of college. These data can help colleges understand students’ critical early experiences and improve institutional practices that affect student success in the first college year.
SENSE is administered during the fourth and fifth weeks of the fall academic term to students in courses randomly selected from those most likely to enroll entering students.
 
MVC SENSE 2009 Overview
The SENSE survey was administered during the Fall 2009 semester (September 14 – 25, 2009) to a sample of 78 MVC classes identified by SENSE.  These classes included ENGL-1301, MATH-1314, DMAT, DWRI, and DREA-0093.  A total of 719 MVC students responded to the survey, and 387 (54%) were identified as entering students (first semester at MVC).  The survey results focus on the responses of the 387 MVC entering students.
 
 
SENSE has six national benchmarks of effective practice with entering students.  The six benchmarks summarize weighted results of individual survey items allowing for comparisons of respondent groups within a college or with other college groups.  This 8 page report compares MVC Summary benchmarks with a group of other DCCCD colleges and with four other groups of Texas community colleges.
 
 
This 19 page report lists all individual SENSE survey items with frequency distribution of MVC student reponses for all students, entering students, and returning students.  Frequency reports show the number and percentage of respondents for each survey item response option.
 
Means reports present an average of all responses for a particular type of survey item. These analyses compare average item responses for survey items that have scaled responses (e.g., strongly agree to strongly disagree) between member colleges and various groups (e.g., similarly sized colleges), or between subgroups within a college. Means reports also provide a t-test statistic, effect size, and a visual indicator of whether these two means are practically different.
 
 
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72Population of TX and US Historical Patterns and Future TrendsI. Census / Area Statistics7-15-2010 PowerPoint Presentation - Steve Murdock former Texas State Demographer
Population of TX and US Historical Patterns and Future Trends 7-15-2010 PowerPoint Presentation - Steve Murdock former Texas State Demographer
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74CCSSE - MVC Spring 2010 Results (Community College Survey of Student Engagement)G. Survey Results
Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE)
During March 2010, 599 MVC students responded to the in-class administration of the CCSSE survey.  CCSSE provides information about effective educational practice in community colleges and assists institutions in using that information to promote improvements in student learning and persistence.  Student engagement, or the amount of time and energy that students invest in meaningful educational practices, is the underlying foundation for CCSSE’s work.  The CCSSE survey instrument is designed to capture student engagement as a measure of institutional quality.  CCSSE Web Site
 
 
MVC CCSSE 2010 Results Compared to MVC 2008 and 2005 Results - Five page CCSSE survey item specific comparison of three years results.
 
MVC CCSSE 2010 Respondent Demographics Percentages of Gender, Race/Ethnicity, Age, and Full-time/Part-time status of the 599 MVC student respondents. CCSSE Standard Report
 
MVC Results for the Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice - The five benchmarks of effective educational practice encompass 38 engagement items from the CCSSE survey that reflect many of the most important aspects of the student experience.  This report includes a one page summary chart comparing MVC 2010, 2008, and 2005 benchmark results to the results HSI-HACU colleges, and the CCSSE national cohort.  The rest of the report portrays frequency distribution of MVC responses to the survey items that make up the benchmarks. 
 
 
 
 CCSSE Standard Report
 
 
Understanding the Results:  Note the following that may help you understand the CCSSE results better. 
 
1)  The overall focus and intent of the survey is to assess students' engagement in college (how actively involved are they) in and out of the classroom with their faculty and fellow classmates, with various student and ed resource services, with the college as a whole, and so forth.
 
2)  CCSSE groups and summarizes the results of 50+ individual items in their five Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice.  See page 3 of the MVC CCSSE 2010 Key Findings Report  for a good explanation of the benchmarks, and see the MVC Results for the Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice  that shows benchmark trends of MVC results over three years and frequency distribution for the last two years of the survey items that make up each benchmark.
 
3)  An additional way to see exactly how student engagement has changed over the past three administrations of the CCSSE at MVC (2005, 2008, & 2010) look at the MVC CCSSE 2010 Results Compared to MVC 2008 and 2005 Results .  This lists all student engagement items in the survey with their mean scores side by side for each year with increases and significance noted by formatting.  You may be most interested in page 4 of this report that lists 11 different student service and educational resource service items, and asks students 1) how often to the use the service? 2) how satisfied are they with the service? and 3) how important the service is to them?
 
4)  The CCSSE web site provides more contextual and validation information to help understand survey results as well.
 
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32MVC 2008-2012 Strategic PlanJ. Planning, Budgeting, and AssessmentNew link to the published print version of the "Mountain View College 2008-2012 Strategic Plan"
MVC 2008-2012 Strategic Plan (revised 3/31/2008) 
 
The "Mountain View College 2008-2012 Strategic Plan" is the product of over half a year of the collegial and participative work of MVC faculty, students, professional support staff, and administrators.  The process began at the Strategic Planning Retreat on April 27-28, 2006, attended by 45 MVC employees and students.  Subcommittees from that group met during the summer of 2006 to further refine the work began in April.  The Planning, Budget, and Assessment (PBA) committee was formed in the fall of 2006 with 33 members (12 faculty, 2 students, 8 professional support staff, and 11 administrators).  The PBA committee completed the draft at its’ November 10, 2006 meeting.  The draft was shared with the MVC community on November 13, 2006, by announcing via an MVC email and posting a copy on the Research and Planning web site.  A Strategic Planning Open Forum was held during Return Week on January 9, 2007.  All feedback was included in the final draft, and the PBA committee approved the "Mountain View College 2008-2012 Strategic Plan" by a majority vote on February 2, 2007.
 
The 3/31/2008 revision changed pages 14-18 to more accurately reflect MVC's evolving Annual Planning, Budgeting, and Assessment process.
 
The links below contain the official record of Dallas County Community College District Board of Trustees approval of the Mountain View College Mission Statement at their March 6, 2007 Board meeting.  Approval of the MVC Mission Statement occurred as part of (#4) the approval of the "Consent Agenda."
 
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43DISD Graduation Rates and Demographic UpdateI. Census / Area StatisticsReport on High School Graduation In 50 of the largest US cities; Texas and DISD Graduation Rates; Projected changes in Dallas housing will effect DISD HS enrollment

The referenced compilation of reports was prepared by the DCCCD Institutinoal research Office for the May 2008 Board Work Session
 
DISD Graduation Rates and Demographic Update 65 total pages containing: 
Section I - "Cities in Crises - A Special Analytic Report on High School Graduation" - a little less than half of DISD freshman graduate from high school.  There is a huge divide between urban and suburban HS graduation rates; And DISD HS Grad rate is 5th from the bottom out of 50 Largest US Cities school districts (pages 12-13)
 
Sections II and III - "Texas State Card" "Knocking at College Door":  -High School dropouts in Texas are costing the Tax payers $billions (page 20) and Graduation rate calculations differ, are misleading, and mask the truth (page 22); And there is a huge gap (29%) in graduation rates between Whites-Asians vs. Blacks-Hispanics  (page 24)
 
Section IV - "DISD Demographic Update" (page 37): MOST APPLICABLE TO MVC - Projections of housing occupancy students per household, and effect on MVC service area high schools
-(page 46) Administrative Areas 5 and 6 contain Kimball, South Oak Cliff, Molina, and Sunset high schools
-(page 47) Subdivisions surrounding Molina HS (and MVC) had the highest average ratios of any HS in DISD, with more than 1 (1.07) HS Student per housing unit - DISD Average is less than half (.43)
-(page 53) Most overcrowded HSs include Molina and Kimball
-(page 55) DISD since 1986 - 71% loss in non-minority, 27% decline in African American, and 174% increase in Hispanic students
-(page 56) Significant housing activity growth over next 10 years in 3 out of 4 MVC Svc area HS's
 
Section V - "DCCCD Specific Info" (pages 61-63): <25% of HS grads in MVC Svc area enroll in DCCCD colleges (MVC)

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50CCSSE - MVC Spring 2008 Results (Community College Survey of Student Engagement)G. Survey Results
Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE)
During March 2008, 688 MVC students responded to the in-class administration of the CCSSE survey.  CCSSE provides information about effective educational practice in community colleges and assists institutions in using that information to promote improvements in student learning and persistence.  Student engagement, or the amount of time and energy that students invest in meaningful educational practices, is the underlying foundation for CCSSE’s work.  The CCSSE survey instrument is designed to capture student engagement as a measure of institutional quality.
 
MVC CCSSE - CCFSSE 2008 Results Highlights - Two page executive summary narrative of MVC CCSSE and CCFSSE results highlights
 
 
 
CCSSE 2008 Institutional Report – Overview of National 2008 CCSSE Survey Results (18 page narrative from CCSSE)
 
MVC CCSSE 2008 Respondent Demographics Percentages of Gender, Race/Ethnicity, Age, and Full-time/Part-time status of the 688 MVC student respondents.
 
MVC Results for the Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice - The five benchmarks of effective educational practice encompass 38 engagement items from the CCSSE survey that reflect many of the most important aspects of the student experience.  This 11 page report includes a one page summary bar chart comparing MVC 2008 benchmark results to the results of MVC in 2005, other DCCCD colleges, HSI-HACU colleges, and the CCSSE national cohort.  Pages two through six portray the frequency distribution of MVC responses to the survey items that make up the benchmarks.  Pages 7-11 compare MVC part-time student benchmark scores to full-time students, and students with 30+ credit hours to those with <30 credit hours.
 
MVC Community College Student Report 2008 - Six page frequency distribution report report summarizing individual CCSSE survey item results for all 688 student responses
 
MVC / HSI-HACU / 2008 CCSSE Cohort Frequency Distribution Report - All Students – Twenty-four page report summarizing and comparing individual survey item results for all three groups
 
MVC / HSI-HACU / 2008 CCSSE Cohort Frequency Distribution Report – Part-time vs Full-time Students – Nineteen page report summarizing and comparing individual survey item results for all three groups' PT and FT students
 
2008 CCSSE Special Focus on Financial Aid – Three page frequency distribution report of MVC / HSI-HACU / 2008 CCSSE Cohort results on student financial aid survey items
 
2008 CCSSE HSI-HACU Supplemental Questions – Seven page frequency distribution report of MVC and HSI-HACU Consortium results on HSI-HACU supplemental questions including family, work, multi-cultural, personal goals, and technology issues.
 
Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (CCFSSE)
During Spring semester 2008, 50 MVC faculty (33 full-time and 17 adjuncts) responded to the on-line administration of the CCFSSE.  The CCFSSE, designed as a companion to the CCSSE, elicits information from faculty about their teaching practices, the ways they spend their professional time, both in and out of class, and their perceptions regarding students’ educational experiences.
 
CCFSSE 2008 Institutional Report – Overview of National 2008 CCFSSE Survey Results (nine page narrative from CCSSE)
 
2008 MVC CCFSSE Student and Faculty Frequency Distributions – Ten page report compares the generally equivalent survey items from the 50 MVC faculty CCFSSE responses and the 688 MVC student CCSSE responses
 
2008 MVC CCFSSE Faculty Only Frequency Distributions – Thirteen page report comparing CCFSSE faculty only items responses of MVC part-time and full-time faculty and of all faculty participating in the 2008 CCFSSE
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25CCSSE - MVC Spring 2005 Results (Community College Survey of Student Engagement)G. Survey ResultsMVC 2005 CCSSE Benchmark results compared to HSI/HACU and other DCCCD Colleges
MVC 2005 CCSSE Benchmark results compared to HSI/HACU and other DCCCD Colleges - MVC 2005 CCSSE Benchmark Score results with individual survey items compared to HSI/HACU (Hispanic Serving Institutions / Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities) and other DCCCD Colleges (BHC, CVC, ECC, NLC, RLC)
 
Complete CCSSE 2005 Report to MVC  An HTML TOC organizing various item specific detailed reports including frequency distributions and means summaries.
 
CCSSE 2005 Report Appendix An HTML TOC organizing various supporting documents and tables such as a list of participating colleges and an overview of the CCSSE survey instrument and psychometric properties.
 
 
 
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15MVC 2003 SACS Self-Study Report and Subsequent Reaffirmation DocumentsK. Accreditation
January 2003 "Mountain View College SACS Self-Study Report"  (521 pages) Prepared by MVC during 2002 for the SACS visting team as part of the reaffirmation of accreditation process.
 
April 24, 2003 Cover Letter from SACS accompanying the "Report of the Reaffirmation Committee"
 
April 24, 2003 "SACS Report of the Reaffirmation Committee" (85 pages) The preliminary assessment of MVC based upon the facts and circumstances presented in the MVC Self-Study Report and from the February 10-13, 2003 review of the visiting committee.  This includes a summary of their 28 recommendations and five suggestions.
 
August 25, 2003 "MVC Response to the Report of the Reaffirmation Committee" (67 pages) addressing all 28 committee recommendations
 
January 16, 2004 Reaffirmation of Accreditation Letter from SACS based on action of the Commission on Colleges at the December 2003 Annual Meeting.  The Commission reaffirmed MVC's accreditation and requested a follow-up report addressing eight of the visiting committee's recommendations.
 
June 29, 2004 "MVC Monitoring Report to the Committee on Compliance and Reports SACS COC" (34 pages + 126 pages of supporting documention) Prepared by MVC during 2004 in response to the Commission's January 16, 2004 request for a follow-up report.
 
January 6, 2005 Letter from SACS Accepting MVC's First Monitoring Report following reaffirmation. No additional report was requested.
 
 
 
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