NSSE recently updated its popular Report Builder tool with data from the 2022 administration. The Report Builder currently includes data going back to 2009, including data from all U.S. and Canadian participating institutions.
As institutions gear up for their NSSE administration, schools are exploring a variety of ways to increase student participation in the survey. While many schools are tailoring their recruitment messages, deploying incentives, or using their Learning Management Systems (LMS) for more customized invitations, which have been found to be effective in boosting survey response, an additional recruitment strategy schools can pursue that is not cost-restrictive is to involve faculty and staff on their campuses.
NSSE Project Services answers Frequently Asked Questions regarding promoting and customizing the NSSE survey experience.
At this point in the NSSE participation process, you’ve likely registered for the 2023 administration. That is a significant step toward hearing from your students regarding engagement on your institution’s campus, but it doesn’t end there!
Over the last decade, a concerted effort has been made to transition, support, and graduate student veterans through national and campus policies and improvements. However, few studies have examined student veteran engagement, belonging, and campus integration at a national scale.
NSSE staff focused heavily on reviewing the core questionnaire for the 2023 administration, with a critical eye toward inclusion and equity. In consultation with internal and external experts, we implemented a series of edits, both large and small, to help ensure that students see themselves reflected in response options and make the survey more relevant for today’s undergraduates
The Journal of Education and Work recently published an article exploring how exposure to creative coursework, as well as confidence in creative thinking, were able to predict students plans for self-employment and starting a business.
Russell “Russ” Edgerton, a foundational contributor to the philosophy that comprises modern undergraduate student engagement and success, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at the age of 84. He was, as the Director of Education for the Pew Charitable Trusts in 1997, the mind behind the original idea for the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).
During the 2023 administration, NSSE will offer early access to survey data for the second consecutive year.
NSSE constantly searches for ways to meet institutional needs for new assessment data as well as to improve data quality.
FSSE grant to highlight challenges and successes of Black women in higher education
See FSSE staff talk about faculty importance and participation in high-impact practices at the AAC&U Annual Meeting
Read more about FSSE results in The Chronicle of Higher Education article Teaching in the Age of Disinformation featuring findings about faculty approaches to difficult discourse in the classroom.
See three presentations from FSSE staff at the annual conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education,
See three "on demand" presentations from FSSE staff at the 45th Annual POD Network Conference.
See sessions on assessing difficult course situations, faculty work with HIPs, and equity in survey design.
View sessions featuring NSSE & FSSE results at NACADA's 2020 Virtual Annual Conference October 5-8, 2020
NSSE expands its role in assessing HIPs and supporting colleges and universities to improve quality and equity.