Research


​​​​​​​​​​The Research, Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (RPIE) Office provides critical data upon which decisions are made that support teaching, learning and student success.

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EVC Fast Facts

  1. EVC Fast Facts 2018 Fall and 2019 Spring
  2. EVC Scorecard
  3. EVC Student Achievement Quick F​act

Reports

  1. California Community Colleges #RealCollege Report (2019) - EVC participated in this survey and college-level results will be shared at the end of spring
  2. EVC CCSSE Report (2018)
  3. EVC CCSSE report (2016)
  4. Disaggregated student learning CCSSE data  (2016)
  5. EVC Diverse Learning Environments Survey report (2015)
  6. EVC Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) report  (2013)

Campus Presentations

  1. Where's the Data?? An Overview of Data Available to the Campus (March 2019)
  2. Guided Pathways & San Jose Promise, Professional Development Day (August 2017)
    a)  ​Guided Pathways
    b)  Guided Pathways - breakout session​
  3. Accreditation Update​ (March 2017)
  4. Staff Communication Survey (March 2017)
  5. Student Communication and Class Scheduling Survey (March 2017)
  6. Summary of Student ​Success Data

Board of Trustees Presentations

  1. Vision for Success Goals (April 2019) - First reading of goals; second reading will be on May 14, 2019
  2. 2018 Student Success Scorecard Data (February 2019, slides 14-18 show EVC data)
  3. Achievement Data (June 2017)
  4. Student Success and Equity Data (March 2017)

External Data Sources

  1. Data Mart (California Community College's Chancellor's Office MIS) - provides information about students, courses, student services, outcomes, and faculty and staff. 
  2. Student Success Scorecard (California Community Colleges Board of Governors) - student progress and success metrics in remedial instruction, job training programs, retention of students, graduation rates, and completion rates.
  3. LaunchBoard (California Community College's Chancellor's Office and hosted by Cal-PASS Plus) - provides data on the effectiveness of programs in both Career and Technical Education (CTE) and non-CTE pathways.
  4. Student Right-To-Know (California Community College's Chancellor's Office) -  provides three year cohort data of completion and transfer rates.
  5. Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) (US Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics) - provides data on enrollment, program completion, graduation rates, faculty and staff, finances, institutional costs, and student financial aid. 
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