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Immediate Decision Day, Monday, August 29. Starting August 24th Bronx location is moving to 463 East 149th Street just two blocks from our current location, close to the 2, 5 trains and the BX2, BX4, BX4A, BX15, BX17, BX19 and BX21 buses.
Immediate Decision Day, Wednesday, August 31. Starting August 24th Bronx location is moving to 463 East 149th Street just two blocks from our current location, close to the 2, 5 trains and the BX2, BX4, BX4A, BX15, BX17, BX19 and BX21 buses.
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October 16, 2008
by Ed Gillen
I am the Director of Institutional Research and Assessment here at MCNY and I was asked to post on this blog to share some of the results from the recent National Survey of Student Engagement. (NSSE)
If you are thinking about applying to MCNY this might give you a little insight in terms of what students have to say about the institution.
NSSE is a nationally standardized assessment that asks students about the time they devote to educationally purposeful activities, and it asks whether the institution uses effective educational practices to encourage students to do the right things.
Research has shown that educationally effective schools channel student energy toward the right activities. NSSE looks at five key areas of effective educational practice shown below.
During the spring 2008 semester MCNY surveyed Purpose 2 and Purpose 8 undergraduates using the NSSE. Overall, MCNY did very well when compared with other private colleges in the Mid East region (colleges in NY, PA, NJ, DC, MD, DE). Specifically…
MCNY will use the results to further enhance our strengths in Active and Collaborative Learning and Supportive Campus Environment, and we will look for ways to improve Enriching Educational Experiences. Additionally, MCNY may focus on ways to exceed the private college comparison group scores in the areas where we are currently tied – Level of Academic Challenge and Student-Faculty Interaction.
Ed Gillen was the Director of Institutional Research and Assessment at Metropolitan College of New York.
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