​Institutional Surveys and Research

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 Institutional Research Reports 2008-2018

This section is under construction.

 NSSE 2020 Report

Available Reports

Snapshot          Engagement Indicators          High Impact Practices          Topical Module-Development of Transferable Skills 

Consortium Report          Major Field Report Info

These reports and others, including Major Field reports, are available to faculty/staff in other formats upon request. Contact OIRE for assistance in interpreting or using any of these products.

Background

The University of Wisconsin System participates in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) every three years. The NSSE survey is sent to all currently enrolled first-year and senior students. The responses provided by these students inform the degree to which they are engaged with the programs and activities that promote student learning and professional success. The 2020 NSSE survey concluded just prior to spring break and the subsequent COVID shutdown. There are ten engagement indicators organized within four themes:

  • Academic Challenge = Higher-Order Learning - Reflective & Integrative Learning Strategies - Quantitative Reasoning

  • Learning with Peers = Collaborative Learning - Discussions with Diverse Others

  • Experiences with Faculty = Student-Faculty InteractionEffective Teaching Practices

  • Campus Environment = Quality of Interactions - Supportive Environment

 NSSE 2017 Report

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The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point participates in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) every three years. The NSSE survey is sent to all currently enrolled first-year and senior students. The responses provided by these students inform the degree to which they are engaged with the programs and activities that promote student learning and professional success. The NSSE survey focuses on four key engagement indicators:

  • Academic Challenge = Higher-Order Learning - Reflective & Integrative Learning Strategies - Quantitative Reasoning

  • Learning with Peers = Collaborative Learning - Discussions with Diverse Others

  • Experiences with Faculty = Student-Faculty InteractionEffective Teaching Practices

  • Campus Environment = Quality of Interactions - Supportive Environment


 NSSE 2014 Report

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The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point participates in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) every three years. The NSSE survey is sent to all currently enrolled first-year and senior students. The responses provided by these students inform the degree to which they are engaged with the programs and activities that promote student learning and professional success. The NSSE survey focuses on four key engagement indicators:

  • Academic Challenge = Higher-Order Learning - Reflective & Integrative Learning Strategies - Quantitative Reasoning

  • Learning with Peers = Collaborative LearningDiscussions with Diverse Others

  • Experiences with Faculty = Student-Faculty InteractionEffective Teaching Practices

  • Campus Environment = Quality of Interactions - Supportive Environment


 NSSE Reports Archive


2006-2008-2011 Longitudinal Comparisons

2001-2004-2006 Longitudinal Comparisons

2011 Executive Snapshot

2008 Executive Snapshot

2008 College Report

2011 UWSP vs Peer Groups Means Comparisons

2008 UWSP vs Peer Groups Means Comparisons

2011 UWSP & UW Comprehensives Consortium Report

2008 UWSP & UW Comprehensives Consortium Report

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point participates in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) every three years. The NSSE survey is sent to all currently enrolled first-year and senior students. The responses provided by these students inform the degree to which they are engaged with the programs and activities that promote student learning and professional success. The NSSE survey focuses on four key engagement indicators:

  • Academic Challenge = Higher-Order Learning - Reflective & Integrative Learning Strategies - Quantitative Reasoning

  • Learning with Peers = Collaborative LearningDiscussions with Diverse Others

  • Experiences with Faculty = Student-Faculty InteractionEffective Teaching Practices

  • Campus Environment = Quality of Interactions - Supportive Environment


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