Excited for a Third Decade: NSSE Registration 2022 opens July 1
NSSE 2021 is finishing strong! Hundreds of colleges and universities are concluding their administration, which featured a variety of updates, including:
- Four new items related to effective teaching practices to explore student experiences across multiple course modalities (online, face-to-face, & hybrid), as well as an item to help identify each respondent’s primary learning modality.
- A revised student background question to allow students to better represent a disability status. Approximately 14% of respondents indicated a disability (or about 21,000) of the 152,000 respondents that answered the question
- School drafted open-ended survey questions to solicit student feedback (only 17 institutions customized their final feedback question).
- Three new Topical Modules on critical higher education topics: Career and Workforce Preparation; Coping with COVID; and Experiences with Online Learning.
Visit the NSSE survey posted online to review these changes in closer detail.
For those planning ahead, NSSE 2022 registration will open July 1.
Want to use unencumbered funds from the current fiscal year toward NSSE or FSSE 2022? Simply email your request for an early invoice to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Institutions that pre-pay for NSSE or FSSE must still submit a registration request between July 1 and October 1; pre-payment does not automatically register participation.)
NSSE's Annual Results 2020 Explore Belonging, Advising, HIP Results and more!
NSSE released the fifth data-informed story in Engagement Insights—Survey Findings on the Quality of Undergraduate Education, an annual series detailing important and timely NSSE findings. We review what NSSE has accomplished and learned over two decades, including the project’s success as a diagnostic tool for actionable results and evidence of improvement. We also identify several future directions, keeping in mind higher education trends and what will be important to assessment and improvement in undergraduate education over the coming years.
Read more about NSSE’s future and view the webinar recorded on April 14, to learn more about NSSE’s growing agenda!