That's a Wrap: NSSE 2022
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is a trusted and widely used instrument for assessing the quality of undergraduate education—providing institutions diagnostic, actionable information that fosters and catalyzes evidence-based improvement efforts.
The NSSE 2022 survey closed May 15 at 474 colleges and universities. We're grateful for the students who shared their views and the faculty who participated in the companion Faculty Survey of Student Engagement. Institutional data and reports are now in process!
Visit the NSSE survey posted online to review the new sense of belonging items and additional measures of effective teaching.
Ten Topical Modules were administered in 2022, including Experiences with Online Learning, Inclusiveness & Engagement with Cultural Diversity, and HIP Quality.
NSSE & FSSE 2023 Registration opens July 1.
Institutions wishing to use unspent funds from the current fiscal year towards a 2023 administration may request an early invoice - email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Annual Results 2021: Three Stories Released
On March 11, 2022 NSSE released the final of three data-informed stories in Engagement Insights—Survey Findings on the Quality of Undergraduate Education, an annual series detailing important and timely NSSE findings. The newest story, Using NSSE Results in Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive (DEI) Assessment Practices, provides insights about how colleges and universities can use their NSSE results to intentionally consider DEI-related issues in their assessment practices and initiatives. The first installment, The Pandemic and Student Engagement: Trends, Disparities, and Opportunities, presents the stark changes to student engagement for the 2020-2021 academic year, while the second release, Flexible and Adaptable: Teaching and Learning in a Year of Disruption, reveals how instructional practices and student engagement adapted to suit changing campus conditions.
NSSE's Third Decade!
Read more about NSSE’s future and view the webinar to learn more about NSSE’s growing agenda!
I would recommend NSSE because you can use the data to make institutional improvements and track changes.Jill Triplett, Director of Institutional Research, Assessment, and Planning, Spelman College
Our Research Blog
NSSE Sightings keeps you up-to-date on our initiatives. Good engagement research should not be hard to find!
Considering Critical Quantitative Research
(Rachel Renbarger and Christen Priddie)
The NSSE Honors Education Consortium: How Did It Start? What Have We Learned?
(Angie Miller )
Black Women Faculty Success, A Research Study
Graduating During a Pandemic: Seniors’ Views About Their Career & Workforce Preparation
(Jillian Kinzie and Filiz Akyuz)
Achievement Goal Orientation and Student Engagement: Expected and Unexpected Patterns
What Colleges & Universities Should Know to Respond to Students Entering College 2021
(Jim Cole and Jillian Kinzie)