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Students and faculty share their grades for Doane

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Grading Doane Comparison

In a Doane Student Media survey, the majority of respondents gave Doane a “C-“ letter grade, slightly lower than the “C+” final grade given by the 2019 Journalism and Media and Communications Capstone class.

The survey received answers from 21 students and faculty. Five students gave Doane a “C-,” four gave a “B,” four a “D,” three gave a “C,” two gave an “A,” one gave a “B+,” one gave a “B” and one gave a “D+.”

In the Cost category, the majority of respondents gave Doane an “F” compared to the “B” given by the Capstone class.

For Diversity, an “F” letter grade was given by the majority of respondents compared to the “C” given by the Capstone class.

The Academics category was tied between an “A” and a “B” grade from respondents, both higher than the “C+” given by the Capstone class.

Respondents also gave Doane a higher grade than the Capstone class in the Health, Crime and Safety category. The majority of respondents gave Doane an “A” for Safety compared to the Capstone class’s “B+.”

The majority of respondents gave Doane a “B” in the Location and Student Life categories, whereas the Capstone class gave a “C” for both of those categories.

For Facilities, the majority of respondents agree with the “B” grade given by the Capstone class.

In the Athletics category, the majority of respondents were tied between a “B” grade and a “C” grade, which is also the grade the Capstone class gave in the category.

Finally, the majority of respondents gave Doane and “F” in the Administration category. This is significantly lower than the “B” grade the Capstone class gave to for this category.