NMJC Institutional Surveys and Reports
NMJC Board Minutes Available
Board Meeting Minutes 2004 - 2018
Current Reports: 2008-2017
December 2017: In the spring of 2012, the college first conducted the Noel Levitz College Employee Satisfaction Survey. Results of that survey were presented to the NMJC Board at their regular meeting on July 19, 2012. The survey provides information on attitudes and views of current NMJC faculty and staff and compares those results against survey results from a national cohort of colleges. The college updated the survey in October 2017 and results of the survey were presented to the NMJC Board on December 21, 2017. Results from both surveys are available here:
State of the College
In December 2009 the NMJC Board approved the new college strategic plan for 2010-2016. Central to that process is a commitment to report institutional results and performance related to the objectives in the plan. On January 14, 2010 the Board received the first State of the College Report. This report, which will be updated annually, gathers information reporting on NMCJ performance and progress towards completion of activities identified in the strategic plan.
- NMJC State of the College Report 2013
- NMJC State of the College Report 2012
- NMJC State of the College Report 2011
- NMJC State of the College Report 2010
August 2014: The New Mexico Higher Education Department (HED) has established a number of objectives for NM community colleges and four-year institutions. In the summer of 2014, HED staff requested an institution-by-institution report of organizational efforts to meet HED objectives. In August, 2014, NMJC responded to the HED request with the following report: New Mexico Junior College - response to HED request for information August 2014 . During the coming months, NMJC staff will be working to build these HED-identified objectives into regular annual reporting that is presented to the NMJC Board and staff.
August 2013: The Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) is an important research instrument used by the college to evaluate student/faculty engagement and academic activities. Hundreds of colleges nationallly participate in the study and NMJC results are compared to other colleges helping to give NMJC academic leaders information about how and where we are performing well and where we need to improve. Following are three of the top-level overview reports recently published for NMJC:
- NMJC CCSSE 2013 Key Findings
- NMJC CCSSE 2010 Key Findings
- NMJC CCSSE 2010 Benchmark Report
- NMJC CCSSE 2010 Comparison to NM Colleges
April 29, 2010: Online courses are an important part of the NMJC education offering and account for over 30% of the student credit hours earned each semester. Recently the college administered a Noel Levitz survey of online learners for the purpose of determining student satisfaction with NMJC online courses and student support. This survey the NMJC 2010 Noel Levitz Survey of Online Students evaluates student satisfaction on 26 separate measures and then compares NMJC student responses to responses received from other schools across the nation.
March 1, 2010: The Office of Institutional Effectiveness has prepared a new enrollment report NMJC Enrollment Report 2005 - 2010. The report will be presented to the NMJC Board at their March meeting.
Planning briefings for the NMJC Board. These reports contain enrollment data, program activity, details on area economics, population and other institutional/environmental data to help inform Board members about issues and opportunities facing the college. The reports are presented annually in April to the Board as part of the annual budget workshop sessions:
- June 2016 Planning Update
- April 2014 Board Budget Work Session
- April 2013 Board Briefing | Budget Work Session 2013 - President's Discussion
- April 2012 Board Briefing
- April 2011 Board Briefing | Board Budget Work Session 2011 - President's Discussion
- April 2010 Board Briefing
- April 2009 Board Briefing
Each community college in the state is required to report annually on a common set of performance based indicators including items such as enrollment and retention. Information from these reports is then compiled into an annual report from the NMICC that is presented to New Mexico legislators and staff of the New Mexico Higher Education Department.
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2016
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2015
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2014
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2013
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2012
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2011
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2010
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2009
- NMJC Performance Based Indicator Report 2008
The New Mexico Higher Education Department periodically conducts data verification audits of college record systems and various campus services. NMJC's most recent data verification visit took place in May/June 2009. A copy of the HED report is available here: New Mexico Junior College - 2009 Data Verification Report
Noel Levitz Surveys
NMJC regularly uses surveys and evaluation tools to track issues such as student satisfaction and faculty/student engagement. Every three years, NMJC conducts the Noel Levitz Survey of Student Satisfaction: Information from this survey informs the college of student priorities, college performance in meeting those priorities, comparison of college services against those of other institutions, and creates important information concerning whether or not the college is making strides in efforts to improve services over time. The most recent survey was recently concluded in February 2012.
- Noel Levitz 2016 Survey of Student Satisfaction
- Noel Levitz 2012 Survey of Student Satisfaction
- NMJC 2009 Noel Levitz Survey of Student Satisfaction
NMJC annually participates in data collection by the Intergrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) which is a project of the U.S. Department of Education. This system offers participating institutions a wide variety of information reporting as well as the ability to evaluate institution operations and outcomes against other institutions across the United States. Each year the IPEDS system automatically generates a "data feedback report" which compares the submitting institution, in this case NMJC, with a cohort of similar schools around the country. Here are the most current comparison reports for NMJC and the IPEDS selected cohort:
- IPEDS 2017 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2016 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2015 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2014 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2013 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2012 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2011 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2010 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2009 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
- IPEDS 2008 Data Feedback Report for NMJC
NMJC Assessment of Student Learning
NMJC, like all colleges in New Mexico, is required to submit an annual report evaluating student learning outcomes in general education courses. These reports are submitted annually to the NM Higher Education Department.
- Gen Ed Assessment Report for 2012-2013
- Gen Ed Assessment Report for 2011-2012
- Gen Ed Assessment Report for 2010-2011
- Gen Ed Assessment Report for 2009-2010
- Gen Ed Assessment Report for 2008-2009
- Gen Ed Assessment Report for 2007-2008
Faculty Support and Training: At the beginning of the Fall 2009 Semester NMJC faculty and academic leadership met to review plans and deadlines for assessment activities. Dr. John Gratton, Vice President for Instruction gave a presentation outlining general prinicples and activities in the NMJC assessment system: NMJC Assessment Process - Faculty In-service Fall 2009.In addition, Charlotte Schmitz, faculty member and Chair of the Student Leanring Outcomes Assessment Committee gave faulty members an update on assessment plans for 2009/10: Student Learning Outcomes Assessment - Fall 2009
NMJC Accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission
<NEW July 2011> NMJC Changing from PEAQ to PATHWAYS
NMJC is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Universities and Colleges. Accreditation is awared in ten year cycles and NMJC's most recent accreditation review and extension was in 2005. The process involves development of an institutional self-study which is presented to the Higher Learning Commission. The Commission then sends a peer review team to the campus to conduct on-site review of documents and todoncut in-depth interviews with faculty, staff and community leaders.
The college accreditation currently runs through the year 2015.
The Higher Learning Commission is changing their core accreditation process, Program to Evaluate and Advance Quality (PEAQ), beginning next year. The new process, PATHWAYS, will place a greater emphasis on continuing quality improvement and more frequent reporting of key data. NMJC will transition to PATHWAYS beginning in Fall 2011.
The NMJC Board received an update on accreditation at their July 12, 2011 meeting: PATHWAYS Slide Presentation
NMJC Self Study Documents and Reports:
- NEW: New Mexico Junior College Final Report December 2015
- NMJC Assurance Argument Final Submission - September 2015
- NMJC 2005 Self Study Report to the Higher Learning Commission
- Higher Learning Commission 2005 Comprehensive Visit Final Report
- NMJC 1995 Self Study Report to the Higher Learning Commission
- Higher Learning Commission 1995 Comprehensive Visit Final Report
The 2005 HLC Report requested that NMJC file a Progress Report on Assessment of Student Learning in January 2009. A copy of that report is available here: NMJC Assessment Progress Report January 2009. In January 2009 the Higher Learning Commission acknowledged the Progress Report and confirmed that the college is making satisfactory prorgress in assessment of student learning. A copy of their January letter is available here: Higher Learning Commission - January 2009 Letter
In 2008 NMJC applied to the Higher Learning Commission for accreditation of online degrees. A copy of the application for accreditation may be accessed here:NMJC Request for Change Dec 2008. In April 2009 the Higher Learning Commission extended NMJC's accreditation to include all online degrees offered through the college. Here is their letter approving NMJC's application to offer online degrees: HLC Accreditation of NMJC Online Degrees
In February 2009, NMJC received formal approval from the Higher Learning Commission to offer all college degrees (AA, AS and AAS) in a fully online environment.
Spring 2005 Student Learning Survey
Spring 2005 Student Learning Survey Open End Responsese. The 2005 Student Learning Survey was created and administered by Dr. Patrick Prindle's Social Psychology Class in Spring 2005.
2004 Market Analysis of New Mexico Junior College
CCFSSE 2004 Student and Faculty Comparison Report -All Institutions
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