Chabot College Student Satisfaction Survey: Fall 2003
What are our Students Learning?
            In the Fall 2003 Student Satisfaction Survey, students were asked how much progress they had made
    at Chabot on a list of common learning outcomes from general education programs.  Students reported the  
    most progress on skills related to their capacity to think for themselves, work with others, learn on their own, 
    and recognize their own potential.  As we identify the types of overall learning outcomes with which we want
    students to leave Chabot, we will also be working on ways other than self-report to assess this learning.  
            The Fall 2003 Student Satisfaction Survey was conducted in October 2003 in a representative sample
    of sixty-nine course sections and was completed by 1,560 students (55% full-time and 45% part-time).  
Progress in developing overall knowledge and skills
Rounded Rectangle: NOTE: All percentages have a margin of error of 3 to 5 percentage points.