Sample Presentation Of NSSE 2005. Sample College/University Names of Presenter(s). PowerPoint Presentation Notes to NSSE 2005 Users. This sample presentation is designed to help NSSE users present NSSE 2005 data to different groups
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What percentage of our students participate in community service or volunteer work?
What percentage ofSample U.students spent more than 5 hours per week participating in co-curricular activities?
The research is unequivocal-
Impact of college is largely determined by individual effort.
Students are not passive recipients of institutional efforts to “educate” or “change” them.
Important to focus on ways in which an institution can shape its academic, interpersonal, and extracurricular offerings to encourage student engagement.
Pascarella & Terenzini. (2005). How college affects students: A third decade of research
Chickering and Gamson. (1987). Seven principles of good practice in undergraduate education.
Validity of Self-Reporting Improves When…
National assessment expertsdesigned
the NSSE survey, The College Student Report,
to meet these conditions
Student Behaviors in College
Student Reactions to College
The FSSE parallels NSSE's survey of undergraduate students focusing on:
What percentage ofSample Universitystudents spent more than 26 hours per week preparing for class?
Percentage of Respondents
Areas for Institutional
1ST Year and Senior Experience
Focus on Right Things
Your Institution’s Representative