The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) annually surveys the engagement behaviors of freshmen and senior students, measuring the contributions of these behaviors to effective educational practices. This is done to not only measure the engagement practices of students and the corresponding trends, but also in order to determine which engagement factors contribute to and consequently encourage or reinforce those principles of engagement and effective learning in higher education.
The Beginning College Student Survey of Engagement (BCSSE) is a survey of student experiences and expectations related to campus and classroom engagement. The contents of these reports detail information from BCSSE completed by new incoming students during orientation for the 2012-2013 school year. This is meant to give you a portrait of UA incoming students across a variety of areas known to impact student retention and success. BCSSE is a great tool to use in advising, teaching, developing curriculum, helping students understand the expectations of college and adjusting to it, first year courses, career advising and more! Take a look at our reports to learn more about your students!
Part of the Voluntary System of Accountability, this report shows basic, comparable information about public colleges and universities presented in a user friendly format. Also provided is a link to other Ohio institutional College Portraits.