The 2000 National Survey of Student Engagement


Executive Summary:

The 2000 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Overview – July 2000

The NSSE focuses on assessing student engagement, of freshmen compared to seniors, in the areas of academic challenge, active and collaborative learning, student-faculty interaction, enriching educational experiences, and supportive campus environment at the University of North Dakota. This is national survey with comparative data from other four-year colleges or universities.

The NSSE’s College Student Report asks students about their educational activities and backgrounds (Appendix A). Questions from the survey capture many of the most important aspects of the student experience that contribute to learning and personal development. The Means Summary Report (Appendix B) summarizes the responses in the following order:

  • COLLEGE ACTIVITIES
    • Academic, Intellectual, and Social Experiences
    • Reading & Writing
    • Nature of Exams
    • Character of Mental Activities
    • Weekly Activities

  • Other Educational Experiences
    • EDUCATIONAL AND PERSONAL
    • Knowledge, Skills, and Personal Development

  • OPINIONS ABOUT THE SCHOOL
    • Institutional Emphasis
    • Quality of Relationships
    • Satisfaction
 
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