IMark

INSTITUTIONAL SURVEYS

This survey attempts to find out the amount of time and effort students place on their studies and involvement in activities.


Administering Office :

DMI
Administering Date:

Every Two Years

Respondents:

Sample of Freshman and Seniors


The survey is intended to provide information on how students feel about their educational experiences and to identify problems.


Administering Office :

Provost's Office
Administering Date:

Spring 1989-1993, 1996-Present

Respondents:

Graduating Seniors


This survey gathers career-related information about the next steps of degree recipients, including employment, continuing education, and volunteer service.

Administering Office :

The Career Center / DMI
Administering Date:

Annually in August, December, and May
Respondents:

All bachelor’s degree program graduates; some graduate degree program graduates


The survey assesses alcohol use on campus and the effectiveness of prevention programs.






Administering Office :

Student Affairs
Administering Date:

2008, 2010 (every two years prior to Unofficial)
Respondents:

Sample of 9000 students


HERI (Higher Education Reeseach Institute) home of Cooperative Institutional Research Program Surveys. The CIRP Freshman Survey is designed to learn characteristics of incoming students, such as: established behaviors in high school, academic preparedness, expectations of college, values and goals.

Administering Office :

Student Affairs
Administering Date:

Annually

Respondents:

Incoming Freshman


HERI (Higher Education Reeseach Institute) home of Cooperative Institutional Research Program Surveys. Your First College Year (YFCY) survey is designed specifically to assess the academic and personal development of students over the first year of college.


Administering Office :

Student Affairs
Administering Date:

Annually

Respondents:

Finishing Freshman

The survey "track decision-making, expectations, perceptions and intentions of international students".

Administering Office :

International Affairs
Administering Date:

Spring 2013
Respondents:

All International Students from application to graduation


Surveys by Academic Year

OTHER INFORMATION

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IMark
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