Section 3332.051 | Student satisfaction surveys.
The state board of career colleges and schools shall direct that a written survey be obtained by schools subject to this chapter, which shall be used to solicit comments from students enrolled at such schools. The board shall establish the guidelines for the survey by rule. The survey shall be designed to determine student satisfaction with the quality of instruction, facilities, school personnel, and business operations, including recruitment and recruitment agents. The board shall adopt rules for the administration of surveys and shall include provisions to ensure student anonymity. Surveys shall be administered prior to the end of each school year. Completed surveys shall be collected by the holder of the certificate of registration or the director or administrator of the school and shall be compiled by the school. Each school shall retain the surveys and the compiled results on file for at least three years and shall make them available to the state board for examination upon request. The holder of a certificate of registration shall be responsible for ensuring that completed surveys are in no way altered.
Available Versions of this Section
- April 3, 2003 – Senate Bill 266, 124th General Assembly [ View April 3, 2003 Version ]