National Survey of Student Engagement NSSE
The National Survey of Student Engagement, or NSSE, is a national survey sent to a sample of first‐year and senior students to determine their relationship with the academic, social, and environmental aspects of the college or university they are attending. NSEE data are used for conducting national research, comparing across institutions, and initiating improvement in individual institutions. The survey is administered annually, and the University of Missouri – Kansas City participates currently on an every third year basis. Significant changes were made to the NSSE in 2013; UMKC’s 2016 administration was the first for this updated format.
2016 Selected NSSE Results for University of Missouri – Kansas City
NSSE 2016 ANSWERS FROM STUDENTS
Results from NSSE can provide prospective students with insights into how they might learn and develop at a given college. To help in the college exploration process, NSSE developed A Pocket Guide to Choosing a College to provide students and parents key questions to ask during campus visits.
NSSE EXECUTIVE SNAPSHOT 2016
This document presents some key findings from UMKC’s participation in the 2016 National Survey of Student Engagement.
NSSE 2016 HIGH-IMPACT PRACTICES REPORT
This report provides feedback on student participation in High-Impact Practices (HIPs). These opportunities share a number of traits including meaningful interaction with faculty, learning outside of the classroom, and frequent/substantive feedback and have positive associations with student learning and retention.
2016 NSSE Results – National Findings and Reports
ANNUAL RESULTS 2016
The 2016 report from the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) details results from a 2016 survey of 322,582 students attending 560 institutions in the United States and Canada.
RESULTS FROM THE 2016 NSSE ADMINISTRATION
This page contains means, frequencies, benchmark outcomes, and institutional profiles for the 2016 NSSE administration. In addition, findings from previous years are available.
LESSONS FROM THE FIELD, VOLUME 3: USING DATA TO CATALYZE CHANGE ON CAMPUS
In this publication, Lessons from the Field – Volume 3: Using Data to Catalyze Change on Campus (2015), NSSE highlights new examples of how institutions are using NSSE’s updated measures to introduce insights into effective practice and opportunities for change and improvement. The goal is to illustrate how institutions can move from data to action utilizing NSSE summaries and reporting tools.
National Survey of Student Engagement – General Information
NSSE ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW
This page contains information on NSSE’s administration procedures.
NSSE SURVEY INSTRUMENTS
This page contains samples of the web and paper versions of the survey instrument for 2016 and previous years.
NSSE’s website contains a variety of resources for utilizing NSSE data and information on the history and process of this instrument focused on student engagement.
For more information on the NSSE at UMKC or to request copies of the full NSSE report, please contact:
AMY PRETTEJOHN • UMKC ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH • PRETTEJOHNA@UMKC.EDU
Prior Year Result Sets
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