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CIRP Your First College Year Survey 2012. First-time, Full-time Freshmen All Baccalaureate Institutions N=13,957. Higher Education Research Institute, University of California at Los Angeles. Your First College Year Survey.

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    1. CIRPYour First College Year Survey2012 First-time, Full-time Freshmen All Baccalaureate Institutions N=13,957 Higher Education Research Institute, University of California at Los Angeles

    2. Your First College Year Survey The Your First College Year Survey examines the transition to college by measuring students curricular and co-curricular experiences and outcomes during the first year of college. The YFCY was designed specifically to measure student development in the first year. This presentation is designed to provide a visual summary of the results. Higher Education Research Institute, University of California at Los Angeles

    3. Presentation Summary Demographics Transition to College Academic Adjustment (construct) Transition to College (theme) Navigational Action (theme) Academic Outcomes Habits of Mind (construct) Academic Self-Concept (construct) Academic Outcomes (theme) Academic Environment Faculty Interaction: Contact and Communication (construct) Interaction with Faculty (theme) Active and Collaborative Learning (theme) Written and Oral Communication (theme) Academic Disengagement (construct) Academic Enhancement Experiences (theme) Satisfaction Overall Satisfaction (construct) Satisfaction with Coursework (construct) Satisfaction with Academic Support and Courses (theme) Satisfaction with Services and Community (theme) Civic Engagement Outcomes Civic Awareness (construct) Social Agency (construct) Leadership (construct) Civic Engagement Experiences and Beliefs Civic Engagement (construct) Civic Engagement: Participation, Awareness, and Values (theme) Diversity Outcomes Pluralistic Orientation (construct) Diversity Experiences and Beliefs Positive Cross-Racial Interaction (construct) Negative Cross-Racial Interaction (construct) Diversity (theme) Campus Climate Sense of Belonging (construct) Religiosity/Spirituality Religiosity / Spirituality (theme) Health and Wellness Health and Wellness (theme) 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute

    4. Demographics 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute

    5. DemographicsRace/Ethnicity(mark all that apply) White/ Caucasian African American/ Black Am. Indian/ Alaska Native Native Hawaiian /Pacific Islander Mexican American /Chicano Puerto Rican Other Latino Other Asian American /Asian 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 5

    6. DemographicsSex 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 6

    7. DemographicsOverall GPA 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 7

    8. DemographicsDid you transfer into this institution from another college/university? 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 8

    9. DemographicsHow would you characterize your political views? 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 9

    10. DemographicsSince entering college have you joined a social fraternity or sorority? 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 10

    11. DemographicsSince entering this college have youplayed intercollegiate athletics (e.g., NCAA or NAIA-sponsored)? 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 11

    12. Transition to College 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 12

    13. CIRP ConstructAcademic AdjustmentAcademic Adjustment measures the ease with which studentsadjust to the academic demands of college “High” represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 13

    14. CIRP Construct Survey ItemsAcademic AdjustmentSince entering college, how has it been to: Adjust to academic demands of college (3.27) Develop effective study skills (3.06) Manage your time effectively (2.67) Understand what your professors expect of you academically (1.29) ■ very easy ■ somewhat easy 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 14

    15. CIRP ThemeTransition to CollegeSince entering college, how often have you interacted with the following people (once a week or less): Close friends at this institution 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 15

    16. CIRP ThemeTransition to CollegeSince entering this college, indicate how often have you felt: Isolated from campus life Lonely or homesick ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 16

    17. CIRP ThemeTransition to CollegeSince entering this college, how often have you utilized the following services: Financial aid advising Writing Center Study skills advising Disability resource center ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 17

    18. CIRP ThemeTransition to College Ease – “Develop close friendships with other students” 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 18

    19. CIRP ThemeTransition to CollegePlease indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements: I have been able to find a balance between academics and extracurricular activities (strongly agree/agree) Faculty believe in my potential to succeed academically (frequently/occasionally) ■ strongly agree/frequently ■ agree/occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 19

    20. CIRP ThemeTransition to CollegeSince entering college have you: Participated in an academic support program Taken a course or first-year seminar designed to help students adjust to college-level academics Taken a course or first-year seminar designed to help students adjust to college life ■ yes 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 20

    21. CIRP ThemeTransition to CollegeSince entering this college, indicate how often you: Went home for the weekend Had difficulty getting along with your roommate(s)/housemate(s) Used the institution’s course catalog (paper or online) ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 21

    22. Navigational Action 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 22

    23. CIRP ThemeNavigational ActionSince entering college, how often have you interacted with the following people (once a week or less): Faculty during office hours Once a week 1 or 2 times per month 1 or 2 times per term Never 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 23

    24. CIRP ThemeNavigational ActionSince entering this college, how often have you utilized the following services: Financial aid advising Study skills advising ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 24

    25. CIRP ThemeNavigational ActionSince entering this college, how often have you utilized the following services: Student psychological services Student health services ■ very satisfied ■ satisfied 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 25

    26. CIRP ThemeNavigational ActionSince entering this college, how often have you utilized the following services: Writing Center Academic advising Disability resource center Career services 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute ■ frequently ■ occasionally 26

    27. CIRP ThemeNavigational ActionSince entering this college have you: Participated in an academic support program Taken a course or first-year seminar designed to help students adjust to college-level academics ■ yes 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 27

    28. CIRP ThemeNavigational ActionSince entering this college, indicate how often have you: Accessed your campus library resources electronically Frequently Occasionally Not at all 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 28

    29. Academic Outcomes 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute

    30. CIRP ConstructHabits of MindHabits of Mind is a unified measure of the behaviors and traits associatedwith academic success. These learning behaviors are seen as the foundation for lifelong learning “High” represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 30

    31. CIRP Construct Survey ItemsHabits of MindHow often in the past year did you: Seek alternative solutions to a problem (2.28) Seek solutions to problems and explain them to others (2.20) Support your opinions with a logical argument (1.81) Evaluate the quality or reliability of information you received (1.61) Ask questions in class (1.51) Seek feedback on your academic work (1.48) ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 31

    32. CIRP Construct Survey ItemsHabits of MindHow often in the past year did you: Take a risk because you felt you had more to gain (1.43) Explore topics on your own, even though it was not required for a class (1.42) Revise your papers to improve your writing (1.17) Accept mistakes as part of the learning process (1.12) Look up scientific research articles and resources (0.89) ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 32

    33. CIRP ConstructAcademic Self-ConceptAcademic Self-Concept is a unified measure of students’ beliefs about their abilities and confidence in academic environments. “High” represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute

    34. CIRP Construct Survey ItemsAcademic Self-ConceptRate yourself on each of the following traits as comparedwith the average person your age: Academic ability (4.02) Mathematical ability (2.69) Self-confidence - intellectual (1.90) Drive to achieve (1.72) ■ highest 10% ■ above average 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 34

    35. CIRP ThemeAcademic OutcomesCompared with when you entered this college,how would you now describe your: General knowledge Knowledge of a particular field or discipline Ability to conduct research Critical thinking skills Problem-solving skills 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute ■ much stronger ■ stronger 35

    36. CIRP Theme Academic Outcomes Self-Rating: Writing ability (highest 10%/above average) Felt: That your courses inspired you to think in new ways (frequently/occasionally) Act in Past Year: Applied concepts from courses to everyday life (frequently/occasionally) Act in Past Year: Integrate skills and knowledge from different sources and experience (frequently/occasionally) ■ frequently/highest 10% ■ occasionally/above average 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 36

    37. Academic Environment 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 37

    38. CIRP ConstructFaculty Interaction: Contact and CommunicationFaculty Interaction: Contact and Communication measures the amount and type of interactions students have with faculty that is appropriate for the first year of college, as well as satisfaction with these issues. “High” represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 38

    39. CIRP Construct Survey ItemsFaculty Interaction: Contact and Communication Communicated regularly with your professors (2.50) (yes) Asked a professor for advice after class (1.64) (frequently/occasionally) Received advice/guidance about your educational program from your professor (1.53) (frequently/occasionally) Amount of contact with faculty (1.26) (very satisfied/satisfied) Faculty during office hours (1.25) (yes) Faculty outside of class or office hours (1.20) ( yes) 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute ■frequently/very satisfied ■occasionally/satisfied/yes 39

    40. CIRP ThemeInteraction with FacultySince entering college, how often have you interacted with the following people (once a week or less): Faculty during office hours Faculty outside of class or office hours 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 40

    41. CIRP Theme Interaction with FacultyHow often have you felt: That faculty provided me with feedback that helped me assess my progress in class That my contributions were valued in class That faculty encouraged me to ask questions and participate in discussions ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 41

    42. CIRP Theme Interaction with FacultyEase – “Understand what your professors expect of you academically” 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 42

    43. CIRP Theme Interaction with Faculty Frequency - "Been a guest in a professor’s home" 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 43

    44. CIRP Theme Interaction with FacultyPlease indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements: Faculty showed concern about my progress Faculty empower me to learn here Faculty believe in my potential to succeed academically In class, I have heard faculty express stereotypes based on race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or religious affiliation Faculty encouraged me to meet with them outside of class At least one faculty member has taken an interest in my development ■ strongly agree ■ agree 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 44

    45. CIRP Theme Interaction with Faculty“Taken a course or first-year seminar designed to connect faculty and students in focused academic inquiry” 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 45

    46. CIRP Theme Interaction with FacultyFrequency - "Worked on a professor's research project" 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 46

    47. CIRP Theme Active and Collaborative LearningSince entering this college, how often have you: Tutored another student Studied with other students Performed community service as part of class ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 47

    48. CIRP Theme Active and Collaborative LearningSince entering this college, how often have you: Ask questions in class Seek feedback on your academic work Integrate skills and knowledge from different sources and experiences ■ frequently ■ occasionally 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 48

    49. CIRP Theme Active and Collaborative LearningTo what extent have you experienced the followingwith a student from a racial/ethnic group other than your own? Had meaningful and honest discussions about race/ethnic relations outside of class Had intellectual discussions outside of class Studied or prepared for class ■ very often ■ often 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 49

    50. CIRP Theme Active and Collaborative Learning “Taken a course or first-year seminar designed to connect faculty and students in focused academic inquiry” 2012 Your First College Year Survey Higher Education Research Institute 50