The 2020–21 academic year will be unlike any other. NSSE and FSSE 2021 include changes and special offerings to help institutions respond to unprecedented and unpredictable circumstances.
The content of NSSE 2021 will differ from previous years in several ways to ensure institutions have a robust set of assessment tools to help them during this unique time.
This free, short, timely survey will take the pulse of the undergraduate student experience early in this unusual academic year to identify strengths and shortcomings and inform campus action.
If you’re seeking inspiration to put your NSSE data to use, visit the attractively redesigned, quickly searchable web page for Lessons from the Field.
NSSE Sightings, NSSE’s research blog, shares current findings and more from NSSE, FSSE, BCSSE, and other projects at the Center for Postsecondary Research.
Colleagues at NSSE remember his influence and contributions to NSSE and the field of higher education.
Despite the tumult caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the vast majority of schools’ participating in NSSE 2020 successfully collected data to improve undergraduate education.
The College & University Teaching Environment survey is a new free opportunity for colleges and universities to understand how their instructional staff have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is affecting their roles as educators.