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National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) gathers information on undergraduates’ academic and learning strategies, the quality of their interaction with peers and faculty, and their engagement with other educationally purposeful activities and programs offered by the University.
It focus on the experience of first-year and senior students, and although NSSE does not assess student learning directly, it certainly provides insights on how students utilize their time and effort, how challenged or supported they feel at UTA, and how much they perceived to have grown personally and academically as a result of their attendance to college.
NSSE consists of sets of related survey items organized into 10 Engagement Indicators, grouped into four Engagement Themes, which have been adapted from NSSE’s former Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice.
|Engagement Themes||Engagement Indicators|
|Academic Challenge||Higher-Order Learning;
Reflective & Integrative Learning;
|Learning with Peers||Collaborative Learning;
Discussions with Diverse Others.
|Experiences with Faculty||Student-Faculty Interaction;
Effective Teaching Practices.
|Campus Environment||Quality of Interactions;
The results of the survey are used to identify what we are doing well, and what areas require change and improvement, leading to policies and practices that are consistently aligned with good practices in undergraduate education. This information can be very useful to prospective students, their parents, academic deans and student affairs personnel, faculty, college counselors, assessment coordinators, and researchers, among others.
The survey takes place every other year during the spring semester (opens early February and closes on the second week of May). Students receive an initial invitation by e-mail from NSSE, followed by four reminders. Access to the survey will only be available through the link provided in the initial message and e-mail reminders sent by NSSE. Institutional results are available in August.
For more information on NSSE, contact Doris G. Navarro, Ph.D., Director of Evaluations and Surveys, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-272-3418.
- 2022 Snapshot
- 2022 Frequencies and Statistical Comparisons
- 2022 Engagement Indicators
- 2022 Respondent Profile
- 2022 Topical Module Development of Transferable Skills
- 2022 Topical Module Academic Advising
- 2022 Multi-Year Report
- 2020 Snapshot
- 2020 Frequencies and Statistical Comparisons
- 2020 Engagement Indicators
- 2020 Respondent Profile
- 2020 Topical Module Development of Transferable Skills
- 2020 Topical Module First Year Experiences and Senior Transitions
- 2020 Multi-Year Report
- 2018 Snapshot
- 2018 Frequencies and Statistical Comparisons
- 2018 Engagement Indicators
- 2018 Respondent Profile
- 2018 Topical Module 1
- 2018 Multi-Year Report
- 2017 Snapshot
- 2017 Frequencies and Statistical Comparisons
- 2017 Engagement Indicators
- 2017 Respondent Profile
- 2017 Topical Module 1
- 2017 Topical Module 2
- 2017 Topical Module 3
- 2017 Multi-Year Report
- 2016 Snapshot
- 2016 Frequencies and Statistical Comparisons
- 2016 Engagement Indicators
- 2016 Respondent Profile
- 2016 Topical Module 1
- 2016 Topical Module 2
- 2016 Topical Module 3
- 2016 Multi-Year Report