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What Our Student’s Had to Say: Student Survey Briefing? Prepared by: Fawn Skarsten Director Institutional Analysis Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education (Chickering & Gamson, 1987; Pascarella & Terenzini, 2005) Student-faculty contact Active learning Prompt feedback

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what our student s had to say student survey briefing

What Our Student’s Had to Say: Student Survey Briefing?

Prepared by: Fawn Skarsten

Director Institutional Analysis

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Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education(Chickering & Gamson, 1987; Pascarella & Terenzini, 2005)

Student-faculty contact

Active learning

Prompt feedback

Time on task

High expectations

Experiences with diversity

Cooperation among students

The Engaged Student

Needs Engaged Faculty

perceptions
Perceptions
  • Student perceptions of experiences and how they change over time point to priorities for students,
  • How students feel as part of their educational experience impacts their engagement in learning.
  • Satisfaction reflects caring
  • Students are distracted in learning if not being heard.
how valid is self reported data
How Valid is Self-Reported Data?

Research Confirms Self-Reported Data Validity When Following Conditions Exist…

  • Requested information is known to respondents
  • Questions are clear and unambiguous
  • Respondents take questions seriously and thoughtfully
  • Answering does not threaten, embarrass, or violate privacy or compel a socially desirable response

The NSSE survey instrument was designed to meet these conditions

For more details, see: NSSE Psychometric Portfolio at http://nsse.iub.edu/html/NSSE_Psychometric_Portfolio.cfm

overview of um flint surveys
Overview of UM-Flint Surveys

Survey of Freshmen

  • CIRP – Fall 2008 resp0nse 888 = 98%

Survey of Freshmen and Seniors

  • NSSE – Winter 2008 response 668= 28%
  • FSSE –Spring 2008 response 139= 26%

Survey of All students (sample)

  • SSI - every 3 years 2008 response 1,239 = 48%

Survey of Seniors starting as Freshmen

  • CSS – Non-SSI years 2008 198 =30%
why do they come
Why do they come?
  •  First choice? 61.9 %
  • Second choice? 26.1%
  • Third choice? 8.7 %
  • Less than third choice?

3.3 %

2008 Freshman Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

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2008 Freshman Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

college choice national trend
College Choice National Trend

2008 Freshman Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

needs
Needs?

High School GPA Distribution

  • 4.00-3.50: 28.16%
  • 3.49-3.00: 34.98%
  • 2.99-2.70: 14.52%
  • 2.69-2.50: 8.80%
  • 2.49-2.00: 11.11%
  • Average High School Reported

GPA: 3.13

  • Average ACT Composite Score:

20.91

2008 Fall 10th day

2008 Freshman Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

nsse 2008

More than just the classroom?

NSSE 2008

Diversity

Thinking about your overall experience at this institution, to what extent does the college encourage contact between students from different economic, social, and racial or ethnic backgrounds?

diversity informal interaction
Diversity: Informal Interaction

In the past year, how often did you socialize with someone of another racial/ethnic group?

2007-2008 College Senior Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

diversity positive social interactions
Diversity: Positive Social Interactions

To what extent have you experienced the following with students from a racial/ethnic group other than your own?

2007-2008 College Senior Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

diversity negative interactions
Diversity: Negative Interactions

To what extent have you experienced the following with students from a racial/ethnic group other than your own?

2007-2008 College Senior Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

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More than just the classroom?

Community Service/Civic Engagement

What percentage of our students (in comparison to selected peers) participate in community service or volunteer work?

2008 NSSE Survey

since entering college how often have you
Since entering college, how often have you …

2007-2008 College Senior Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

seniors
Seniors

2008 NSSE Survey

support services bridging the levels
Support Services – Bridging the Levels

Advising

2008 SSI Survey Supplemental questions

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Satisfaction with academic advising:

  • Satisfied to Very Satisfied
  • 66.5% UM-Flint
  • Public 4yr 58.9%

Overall, how would you evaluate the quality of academic advising you have received:

Good to Excellent

  • 74% FY 76% Peer FY
  • 68% SR 71% Peer SR

2007-2008 College Senior Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

2008 NSSE Survey

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NSSE Supportive Campus Environment (SCE)

● Campus environment provides the support you need to help you succeed academically

● Campus environment helps you cope with your non-academic responsibilities (work, family, etc.)

● Campus environment provides the support you need to thrive socially

● Quality of relationships with other students

● Quality of relationships with faculty members

● Quality of relationships with administrative personnel and offices

teaching academic quality
Teaching & Academic Quality

Faculty Interaction: Professors frequently provide you with?

2007-2008 College Senior Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

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● Discussed grades or assignments with an instructor

● Talked about career plans with a faculty member or advisor

● Discussed ideas from your readings or classes with faculty members outside of class

● Worked with faculty members on activities other than coursework

(committees, orientation, student-life activities, etc.)

● Received prompt written or oral feedback from faculty on your academic performance

● Worked on a research project with a faculty member outside of course or program requirements

enriching educational experiences eee scale
Enriching Educational Experiences (EEE) Scale

● Participating in co-curricular activities (organizations, campus publications, student government, social fraternity or sorority, etc.)

● Practicum, internship, field experience, co-op experience, or clinical assignment

● Community service or volunteer work

● Foreign language coursework / Study abroad

● Independent study or self-designed major

● Culminating senior experience (capstone course, senior project or thesis, comprehensive exam, etc.)

● Serious conversations with students of different religious beliefs, political opinions, or personal values

● Serious conversations with students of a different race or ethnicity than your own

● Using electronic medium (e.g., listserv, chat group, Internet, instant messaging, etc.) to discuss or complete an assignment

● Campus environment encouraging contact among students from different economic, social, and racial or ethnic backgrounds

● Participate in a learning community or some other formal program where groups of students take two or more classes together

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Compared to when they entered college, percent who responded that they feel “much stronger” in the following abilities:
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To what extent has your experience at UM-Flint contributed to your knowledge, skills, & personal development in the following areas:

Faculty: Percentage of faculty who structured their courses so that students learn & develop in the following areas:

2008 NSSE /FSSE Survey

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Academic Engagement - Disengagement

How often have/did you?

2007-2008 College Senior Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

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2008 NSSE /FSSE Survey

2008 NSSE /FSSE Survey

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Satisfaction with College ChoiceIf you could make your college choice over, would you still chose to enroll at your current college?

2008 College Senior Survey

Higher Education Research Institute

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More information:

  • Office of Institutional Analysis 200 UPAV 2-3327
  • Self-Study SharePoint Portal – Data Collection Tab – Survey Folder

http://portal.umflint.edu/sites/s-shlc/Document%20Library3/Forms/AllItems.aspx?RootFolder=%2fsites%2fs%2dshlc%2fDocument%20Library3%2f1%2fSurvey%27s&View=%7bE43E25AF%2d2102%2d407A%2dB00F%2d078066FD8134%7d