Interested in participating in the spring 2016 administration of  
TDC’s Civic Outcomes Survey?

In spring 2016 The Democracy Commitment, in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Community Colleges, will be administering a survey to assess community college students’ civic agency, behavior, and knowledge after at least one year of attendance at a TDC member institution.  
  
Participation in TDC’s Civic Outcomes survey will provide your institution with information about students’:
  • Civic behavior (students’ participation in specific civic activities as well as self-assessments about their ability to engage in diverse environments);
  • Civic agency (the sense that they can make a difference in their communities and in the world); and  
  • Civic knowledge (on national, statewide, and local levels).

National analyses of data will lead to the identification of demographic, behavioral, and institutional variables that contribute to greater levels of civic capacity among community college students.  
  
Please feel free to contact Dr. Carrie B. Kisker, Director of the Center for the Study of Community Colleges, with questions. Carrie@KiskerEdConsulting.com  or 310-951-3565.




  Is your institution interested in participating in the spring 2016 administration of the Civic and Community Engagement Survey?