Standard 9: Student Support Services
The institution provides student support services reasonably necessary to enable each student to achieve the institution’s goals for students.
1) What mechanisms exist for collaboration between Academic Affairs and Student Affairs to provide a unified and comprehensive approach to civic engagement and personal responsibility?
- Stockton 2020 Engagement Theme and Self Study for Carnegie
- Community Partners Working Group and Community Initiatives
- Academic Affairs Initiatives: Political Engagement Project, American Democracy Project, William J. Hughes Center, Washington Internship Program, Service Learning and Semi-Annual Days of Service
- Student Affairs Initiatives: ULTRA, ULTRA Transcript, WGSS Conversations, SOAR, Veterans, Living Learning Communities, clubs and organizations, (such as Water Watch and Stockton Action Volunteers for the Environment S.A.V.E. and Greek Organizations
- Community Engagement Initiatives: SCOSA, Community mediation Services, Institute for Community Development, Stockton Center for Community Schools, Community Energy Projects
- Green Dot Initiative
2) What methods are employed to communicate with students about co-curricular activities, and how effective are they? To ascertain student satisfaction with co-curricular experiences? What are the relationships between co-curricular programs and student retention?
- National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Results (also in 7.5.6)
- Educational Benchmarking Inventory Results: Survey, Overview, Questions, Factors, Support, Hall EBI, Hall Overview, Apartment Staff, Hall Staff (all 7.5.4)
- Office of Student Development, SOAR, WLFR, Fall 2010 Get Loud Survey, Fall 2009 Lollipop, Fall 2010 Lollipop and Fall 2006 Ice Cream Survey
- Schedule of Courses, Course Catalog, Events Calendar
3) How effective are support services for students from special populations (e.g.-minority students, students with disabilities, first generation, special groups such as athletes) and commuters and graduate students?
4) How has the philosophy of the provision of student services changed as a result of new leadership in the office of the Vice president for Student Affairs?
- Comprehensive Assessment and Results-Based Action Inventory