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QEP Collaborative Lab pre-survey


As part of the reaffirmation process of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools – Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), SPC is required to develop and implement a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP).  Since finding a topic for the QEP is an important part of that plan, we ask that you take a few minutes to complete the survey below.  Your input is valuable and important!

Thank you for your time and feedback,

The Collaborative Labs at St. Petersburg College


The goal of the QEP is to enhance the quality and effectiveness of the institution by focusing on an issue related to improving student learning through a faculty-driven plan of action that addresses identified stakeholder needs. 


Because there are so many aspects of learning, the QEP topic does not have to have a wide impact and it does not have to “touch” every faculty member or student at the institution.  Instead it can focus on a specific population of students and/or courses we want to target over the next 7 years.


To determine how to help those students most in need to achieve success.

Who are the students most in need?
Based on this need, how do you think we could best help them with our QEP?
What is the TOP NEED that you see at SPC that could be impacted by a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)?

Do any of these focus areas address the need that you identified? Please choose TOP area of Focus


Are there other QEP ideas that you think could help these students?

If you have comments about this survey or questions regarding how to complete this survey, please contact Alison Barlow at

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