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Bringing Together Survey Results of the UNLV Student Experience. Sunny Gittens , Campus Life Assessment Angelina Hill, Academic Assessment Peter Kim, Academic Advising. Bringing Together Survey Results of the UNLV Student Experience. National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) 2009

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bringing together survey results of the unlv student experience

Bringing Together Survey Results of the UNLV Student Experience

Sunny Gittens, Campus Life Assessment

Angelina Hill, Academic Assessment

Peter Kim, Academic Advising

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Bringing Together Survey Results of the UNLV Student Experience
  • National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
      • 2009
  • Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI)
      • 2008
  • Academic Advising Survey
      • 2007
  • Graduating Senior Exit Survey
      • 2008/2009
  • Alumni Survey
      • 2009
overview
Overview

Key Demographics of UNLV Undergraduates

Satisfaction with Academic Experience

Impact of Academic Advising

Sense of Community/Campus Life

key demographics undergraduates
Key Demographics: Undergraduates

Institutional Analysis & Planning, Current Student Profile

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Key Demographics: Undergraduates

Institutional Analysis & Planning,

Current Student Profile

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Key Demographics: Undergraduates

Institutional Analysis & Planning, Current Student Profile

Survey data – multiple sources

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Key Demographics: Undergraduates
  • Graduate or professional school
    • 36% of undergraduates plan to attend graduate or professional school [SSI]
    • 23.7% of graduating seniors anticipated going to grad or professional school [Exit Survey]
    • 45.0% of alumni reported that they completed or were currently enrolled in grad or professional school [Alumni Survey]
time spent
Time Spent
  • Preparing for class
    • Never -- Less than 2% [Graduating Senior Exit Survey, Alumni Survey]
    • Many reported preparing for class a great deal
      • Over 35% of Alumni reported having prepared very often
      • 24% of graduating seniors report preparing at least 11 hours/week
  • Socializing or relaxing
    • Never -- Less than 8% [Graduating Senior Exit Survey, Alumni Survey]
    • More reported socializing a great deal
      • 34% of freshman report socializing at least 16 hours /week [NSSE]
      • 15% of graduated seniors report socializing at least 16 hours/week
      • 15% of alumni reported having socialized very often
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Time Spent
  • Work unrelated to major
    • Many report never engaging in work unrelated to major
      • 39.8% (Graduating senior exit survey), 34.0% (Alumni Survey)
    • Over 20% of alumni report engaging in work unrelated to major very often (23% of graduating seniors responded > 31 hours/wk)
  • Work related to major
    • More graduating seniors indicated never working related to their major than did alumni
      • Never: 52.5% (Graduating senior exit survey), 28.0% (Alumni Survey)
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Time Spent
  • Average hours per week spent:

Freshman Seniors

Preparing for class 12.7 14.7

Working 6.5 12.5

Student organizations 3.7 3.6

Watch TV / Socialize 12.8 11.3

Commuting 7.5 6.6

In the Student Union 4

In the SRWC 4

National Survey of Student Engagement

NOTE: Data related to working and student organizations is impacted by percentage of students reporting zero hours.

overall experience at unlv
Overall Experience at UNLV
  • 80% of freshman and 73% of seniors rated their overall UNLV experience as good or excellent
  • 77% of freshman and 68% of seniors would attend UNLV again if they had to make the decision over

National Survey of Student Engagement

academic experience
Academic Experience
  • Quality of Instruction & Program
    • ~ 75% of undergraduates reported satisfaction with each [SSI]
    • ~ 90% of graduating seniors reported satisfaction with each
    • ~ 75% of alumni reported satisfaction with each
      • Alumni gave lower ratings, but out of the 15 services & experiences they were presented, they rated these and their overall academic experience the highest
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Academic Experience
  • Quality of Relationships with Faculty
    • ~ 67% of freshman and seniors rated faculty as available, helpful
      • How students rated quality of relationships with faculty was one of the four best predictors of how they rated their overall experience
  • Faculty qualities associated with positive relationships:
    • Provides prompt feedback
    • Interactions outside of class
    • Communicate via email
    • Talk about career plans / educational goals
    • High expectations

National Survey of Student Engagement

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Academic Experience
  • Activities associated with student learning and retention:
    • Prompt feedback from faculty
    • Diverse perspectives included in class
    • Put together concepts from different courses
    • Worked hard to meet instructors standards
    • Discussed course concepts outside of class
    • Ask questions in class
    • Class presentations
    • Group projects
    • Service learning projects

National Survey of Student Engagement

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Academic Experience
  • Students rated Instructional Effectiveness as 6.20 in importance and 4.95 in satisfaction [7 point scale]
    • Nearly all faculty are knowledgeable in their field ~ 76%
    • The instruction within my major field is excellent ~ 75%
    • The quality of instruction I receive in most of my classes is excellent ~ 71%
    • Faculty are usually available after class and during office hours ~ 76%
    • Faculty provide timely feedback about student progress in a course ~ 67%
    • Faculty care about me as an individual ~ 63%
    • Graduate teaching assistants are competent as course instructors ~ 68%
    • Adjunct faculty are competent as course instructors ~ 68%

Student Satisfaction Inventory

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Academic Experience
  • Students attribute their best UNLV experience to the following:
    • Faculty/Instruction
    • Quality of the Curriculum/Degree Program
    • Campus Community/Fellow Students
  • Students attribute their worst UNLV experience to the following:
    • Faculty/Instruction
    • Quality of the Curriculum/Degree Program
    • Parking/Traffic

Advising Survey (2007)

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Academic Experience
  • The following factors were most related to alumni having an excellent opinion of the university:
    • Overall academic experience
    • Quality of instruction
    • Quality of program
    • Experience with faculty
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Academic Experience
  • Alumni rated the following as having the most critical impact on their current overall opinion of UNLV, in addition to value and respect for the degree:
    • Accomplishments of faculty
    • Accomplishments of alumni
    • Accomplishments of students
    • Success of athletic teams was rated as having the least impact.
experience with advising
Experience with Advising
  • Ratings of the quality of academic advising and academic support were two of top four predictors of how students rated their overall experience [NSSE]
  • Academic advising was most related to alumni’s overall opinion of the university in comparison to other services (career, tutorial & remedial, financial aid, library, campus activities, leadership opportunities) [Alumni Survey]
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Experience with Advising
  • 65% of freshman and 57%of seniors reported UNLV provides “quite a bit” or “very much” of the support you need to succeed academically.
  • 73% of freshman and 62% of seniors rated the quality of academic advising as good or excellent
    • Amount & type of contact with advisor affected satisfaction ratings.

National Survey of Student Engagement

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Experience with Advising
  • Students rated Academic Advising as 6.26 in importance and 4.81 in satisfaction [7 point scale]
    • My academic advisor is knowledgeable about requirements in my major ~ 72%
    • My academic advisor is approachable ~ 70%
    • My academic advisor is concerned about my success as an individual ~ 65%
    • My academic advisor helps me set goals to work toward ~ 64%
  • Out of 12 scales in the SSI, Academic Advising rating improved the most between 2005 and 2008.

Student Satisfaction Inventory

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Experience with Advising
  • Graduating Seniors rated academic advising by faculty and by advising centers very similarly
    • Faculty: 86% satisfied, Advising centers: 87% satisfied
  • Alumni gave lower ratings
    • 61% satisfied
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Experience with Advising
  • Student Satisfaction with Academic Advising:
    • Average satisfaction rating = 4.43 (on 6-point scale).
    • Students rated an overall preference for individual advising sessions of 4.88 (on 6-point scale).
    • 72% of UNLV students prefer to see the same Academic Advisor
  • Characteristics of Good Academic Advisors:
    • Communication
    • Professionalism
    • Personal Connection
    • Availability
    • Accurate Information

Advising Survey (2007)

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Experience with Advising
  • Course Availability and it’s Impact on Advising:
    • Difficulty with full classes
    • Difficulty with days and time of classes
    • Difficulty with availability of required courses
    • Difficulty with number of course selections
  • Graduating seniors were least satisfied with availability of courses than any of the 17 services & experiences they rated.

Advising Survey (2007)

sense of community campus life
Sense of Community / Campus Life
  • Quality of Relationships with other Students
    • ~ 67% of freshman and seniors rated other students as friendly, supportive
      • How students rated quality of relationships with other students was one of other top four predictors of how they rated overall experience
  • Activities linked with positive student relationships:
    • Involvement in student organizations [40% of students]
    • Community service [45% of students]
    • Study groups [70% of students]
    • Group project assignments [85% of students]

National Survey on Student Engagement

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Sense of Community / Campus Life
  • Students rated Student Centeredness a 5.86 in importance and 4.66 in satisfaction [7 point scale]
    • Enjoyable experience to be a student ~ 69%
    • Students are made to feel welcome ~ 69%
    • Most students feel a sense of belonging ~ 65%
    • I feel a sense of pride about my campus ~ 68%
    • Intercollegiate athletics contributes to strong sense of school spirit ~ 63%

Student Satisfaction Inventory

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Sense of Community / Campus Life
  • According to the Advising Survey, the level of student connectedness to campus community most attributed to a student’s best UNLV experience.
    • 32% of UNLV students described student activities, student organizations, and the campus community as the reason for their best UNLV experience.

Advising Survey (2007)

conclusion
Conclusion
  • The academic experience is what matters most.
    • Relationships with faculty in & outside the classroom
    • Students consider academic advising and academic support to be key to their overall experience
  • Encouraging students to be a part of the campus community enhances their experience.
    • Academic and social student organizations
    • Group projects, study groups, service projects
questions
Questions?
  • Thanks for attending!
  • Future inquiries can be directed as follows:
    • NSSE & SSI: Sunny Gittens
    • Advising Survey: Peter Kim
    • Alumni Survey: Angelina Hill
    • Graduating Senior Exit Survey:

Bea Babbitt, Lindsay Couzens

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