NSSE Report Builder
You choose the group. We'll show you the results.
- How engaged are seniors majoring in engineering?
- Do foreign students interact with faculty less than their U.S. peers?
- Are colleges and universities located in a large city supportive of part-time students?
Campus assessment professionals have many specific questions about the normative patterns of engagement. For this reason, we created the NSSE Report Builder - an interactive tool that instantly generates reports of your choosing. We have both a public version (accessible to anyone) and a secure institution version (for participating institutions to run customized reports using their own data). The NSSE Report Builder draws from a database of NSSE respondents, and can be queried using a combination of student and institutional characteristics. Variable options include the Engagement Indicators/Benchmarks and individual items. Give it a try!
Two versions are available: Public and Institution.
NSSE Report Builder–Public Version for media, institutions, researchers etc. (Opens in a new browser window or tab).
NSSE Report Builder–Institution Version a secure database for participating institutions. Go to the Data & Reports page by logging in to the Institution Interface. Click the link in the NSSE Report Builder section (Opens in a new browser window or tab). You can also create a guest login so others may access it. To try out the demonstration version, click here.You can add a variable (e.g., academic major) to your institution's Report Builder data by including a “Group” variable in your NSSE population file. You may include up to five Group variables in your population file, but only the first (Group 1) will be available in the Report Builder. If interested, read NSSE's instructions about formatting specifications for Group 1. Formatting specifications are critically important – data submitted in Group 1 that do not adhere to these formatting specifications cannot be used. Institutions participating in the current NSSE administration can provide the Group 1 variable in the original population file submission in November, or in a population file update between January and April.