Annual Results Release: The Trust Gap Among College Students
NSSE is pleased to release the fourth of five data-informed stories in Engagement Insights—Survey Findings on the Quality of Undergraduate Education, an annual series detailing important and timely NSSE findings. The Trust Gap Among College Students examines a special data collection on notions of trust—a fundamental factor that permeates student life and decision-making. Findings are complemented by a public Tableau dashboard to query the data by student characteristics.
Our first three installments feature results about high-impact practices and from the Academic Advising Topical Module that bear on the interpersonal dimension of advising, and on students’ sense of belonging, drawing on three items added to the core NSSE survey in 2020.
Announcing New Topical Modules; Changes to NSSE & FSSE for a year unlike any other
NSSE annually offers the option of Topical Modules—short question sets, appended to the core survey, on focused areas such as academic advising, first-year experiences and senior transitions, and diversity and inclusion. Given the changing higher education landscape, NSSE is offering three new modules for the 2021 administration:
The blog,"So Many NSSE Topical Modules...Making Your Decision for NSSE 2021" suggests how to choose a module from the many good options.
NSSE and FSSE 2021 offerings changed in response to current circumstances, including new NSSE Modules, free portal/LMS recruitment, a $400 credit, and new FSSE content (more details available here). The registration deadline for NSSE 2021 was Oct 23. FSSE registration remains open. Please contact NSSE Project Services with questions.