07
April
2021
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15:49 PM
America/Chicago

Undergraduate Students Encouraged to Participate in NACCC Survey

As a member of the Houston Guided Pathways to Success initiative that includes 13 regional community colleges and four-year higher education partners in the Houston area, University of Houston-Downtown is participating in a new grant-funded Equity Initiative. Part of that initiative is to gather information on student experiences and perspectives via a survey.

Beginning April 6 through May 4, UHD will distribute the National Assessment of Collegiate Campus Climates (NACCC) Survey to all currently enrolled undergraduate students. The survey will ask for feedback regarding the climate at UHD. Students are encouraged to complete the survey so the feedback received can be representative of the Gator Community. 

Students will receive a personalized link to the NACCC Survey via GatorMail. Participation is voluntary and the survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. Students may search for their invitation using the keyword NACCC, which appears in the subject line of the survey invitation and reminders. 

All students who complete the NACCC survey will be entered into a raffle for one of 100 UHD Camps Store vouchers valued at $50 each.

The Houston Guided Pathways to Success (Houston GPS) initiative fulfills the goals of the 60x30TX plan of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, whose overall goal is to have at least 60 percent of Texans ages 25 – 34 complete a technical certificate or degree by 2030. Led by the University of Houston, Houston GPS includes Houston and Gulf Coast area institutions working together to create an integrated system of cohesive, interdependent strategies designed to increase and accelerate student completion and a smooth two-year to four-year college transfer process while improving educational quality for Houston-area students, ultimately saving students time and money.