In the most comprehensive study of student housing experience in decades, students who participated in a residential college experience were more likely to persist year-over-year than those who did not. “The Case for Campus Housing” was sponsored by the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I) and is the result of a multi-year NSSE study.
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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. Register now for NSSE 2022!
NSSE staff will present and be available in the virtual exhibit hall at the AIR Forum, May 25-28, 2021. We look forward to talking with NSSE users and friends about plans for NSSE and FSSE 2022 and report customization for institutions participating in NSSE 2021. #AIRForum
NSSE Annual Results 2020 releases the fifth and final data-informed story in Engagement Insights—Survey Findings on the Quality of Undergraduate Education, reflecting on NSSE’s beginnings and future directions.
See how four colleges and universities – Marian University, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, University of Rhode Island, and Indiana University Northwest – effectively use student comments, create readable reports, use data to understand a unique student population, and implement a “sandbox” for faculty and staff to learn more about NSSE and student assessment.
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.
FSSE grant to highlight challenges and successes of Black women in higher education
The third installment in Annual Results 2020 examines rates of participation in six HIPs—and includes an exploration of the quality of HIPs, results from the faculty survey, and examples from colleges and universities demonstrating their continued assessment and improvement of HIPs.
See FSSE staff talk about faculty importance and participation in high-impact practices at the AAC&U Annual Meeting