National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is an annual national survey designed to measure the “extent to which students and institutions are engaging in… effective teaching and learning activities.” The data gathered from NSSE is used for improvement, benchmarking, accreditation and self-studies, retention, and strategic planning. Rose-Hulman freshman and senior students have participated in NSSE on a biannual schedule since 2000. Below are some key findings from the 2015 administration include:
- NSSE 2015 Comparisons (First-Year)
- NSSE 2015 Comparisons (Senior)
- Infographic – 2015 NSSE Topical Module
For more information about the NSSE visit their website.
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