NSSE

The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) collects information from first-year and senior students about the quality of their undergraduate experience, academic and social engagement, and desired outcomes.  Administered on a periodic basis at UNC Charlotte since 2001, the latest survey administered during the Spring 2016 term survey provides valuable feedback from our students regarding their experiences with us and impact on their educational and personal development compared to our peer institutions.

Helpful Definitions for NSSE 2016:

First Year Students:     New first time freshmen or new first time transfer students with a freshman
                                        classification enrolled during the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters.

New Freshman:           New first time freshman enrolled during Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters.

New Transfer:              New first time transfer student with a classification of Freshman enrolled during the
                                       Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters.

Seniors:                        A student enrolled during the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters who is
                                       classified as a senior in the Spring 2016 semester and is likely to
                                       graduate based on hours earned at the end of the Spring  2016  semester.


Survey & Comparison Groups:

NSSE Overview – Introduction on methodology and use   2014  2016
NSSE Core Instrument  2014 2016
Development of Transferable Skills  2014 2016
Academic Advising 2014 2016
Selected Comparison Groups 2014 2016


Institutional Level Reports:

Pocket Guide Report                                                          2014 2016
Snapshot Report  2014   2016
High-Impact Practices Report  2014 2016
Engagement Indicators  2014  2016





Frequencies & Statistical Comparison Reports:

First Year Students and Seniors 2014  2016
Development of Transferable Skills   2014 2016
Academic Advising  2014 2016
Multi-Year Report 2014  2016
Students Comments (word cloud)  2014  2016