Quality & Planning Reports

Accountability Report

The Accountability Report uses the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria as a foundation to report annually to the South Carolina Budget and Control Board on performance excellence criteria. This report is intended to be used as a self-assessment tool and aid in continuous improvement throughout our college’s operations. This report, submitted annually in September, is reviewed by the Governor and the General Assembly.

Accountability 2011-2012
Accountability 2010-2011
Accountability 2009-2010
Accountability 2008-2009
Accountability 2007-2008
Accountability 2006-2007
Accountability 2005-2006 

Institutional Effectiveness Report

Section 59-101-350 of South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, as amended, requires that the Commission on Higher Education submits an annual report to the Governor and to the General Assembly with information on the state's public four and two-year institutions.

This summary report, submitted annually in August, focuses on the college's process of continuous improvement to improve the quality of our college.

Institutional Effectiveness 2009-2010
Institutional Effectiveness 2008-2009
Institutional Effectiveness 2007-2008
Institutional Effectiveness 2006-2007
Institutional Effectiveness 2005-2006

Graduate Follow-Up Report

The Graduate Follow-Up Report summarizes the responses to a survey of fiscal year graduates. The purpose of the report, released annually in July, is to document the success of graduates with respect to employment and continuing their education, also known as placement rate. These data are also reported to the South Carolina State Technical System as part of the Program Evaluation Report.

Graduate Follow-Up 2010-2011
Graduate Follow-Up 2009-2010
Graduate Follow-Up 2008-2009
Graduate Follow-Up 2007-2008
Graduate Follow-Up 2006-2007

Survey of Student Engagement

Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE)

The student “voice” is important as Greenville Technical College seeks to improve opportunities for student learning. One of the ways the college hears from students is through the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE). CCSSE asks students about their college experiences – how they spend their time; what they feel they have gained from their classes; how they assess their relationships and interactions with faculty, counselors, and peers; what kinds of work they are challenged to do; how the college supports their learning; and more.

The results of the survey are benchmarked into five effective education practices in community colleges.

  • Active and Collaborative Learning
  • Student Effort
  • Academic Challenge
  • Student-Faculty Interaction
  • Support for Learners

Students at Greenville Technical College, in randomly selected classes, are given the opportunity to share their views by participating in this survey every other year.

IPEDS

Integrated Postsecondary Education Data Systems (IPEDS)

 

National Benchmarking Project

The National Community College Benchmarking Project (NCCBP) was established by Johnson County Community College with other colleges from across the United States to standardize a nation-wide benchmark reporting process. NCCBP participants receive reports on Students and Student Outcomes, Institutional Effectiveness, and Community and Workforce Development. The reports that participants receive include benchmark values, percentile ranks, and the 10th, 25th, 50th, 75th, and 90th percentiles of national aggregated data for each benchmark.