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".