Rate My Professor

The Community College of Philadelphia has 409 full-time faculty, 674 part-time faculty, and 482 administrative and support staff. The payroll of CCP (based on 2008) was $68,333,470 annual payroll. Of all the staff at CCP the most important to its students are the professors.

All professors at Community College of Philadelphia hand out a syllabus within the first week of classes. Each professor’s syllabus outlines his or her expectations of its students and the course. New students entering the Community College may be curious about the professors.

A survey was sent out to many Community College of Philadelphia students to asses their proffesors. The choices to each question were 1-5. 1= bad/hard/no, 5= good/easy/yes. Many students responded. First question asked;

1. Easiness of professor expectations? 73.7 % of students chose 3 or 4.

2. Professor’s helpfulness to school work or personal needs? 63.1 % of students chose 4 or 5.

3. Clarity of assignments and expectations of professor? 78.9 % of students chose 4 or 5

4. Easy to reach/communicate with professor outside of classroom? 36.8 % of students chose 3

5. Professor knowledgeable of all material relevant to course? 94.8 % of students chose 4 or 5

6. Would you like to have this professor again? 79 % of students chose 4 or 5

I think that from these results of the survey it is clear that Community College of Philadelphia professors are satisfied and enjoy their professors. The majority of students find their professors clear, knowledgeable and would enjoy having them again. It is also clear though that some students find it difficult to communicate with their professors. Overall from the results of our survey Community College of Philadelphia professors are very helpful and approved by students.

A very useful website for students to learn more about their professors is RateMyProfessor.com many Community College of Philadelphia professors are on this website and can help you decide what professors you would prefer when registering for classes. As shown by this survey it is also best to ask your peers when choosing classes. Ask fellow students if they have ever had certain professors when deciding on classes to ensure you have the best relations with your teacher.

By: Jamilyn Wesley

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