National Survey of Student Engagement

National Survey of Student Engagement

The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) asks students about how much time and effort they devote to studying or participating in co-curricular activities, how fully challenged and supported they feel by their college, and how students estimate their educational and personal growth since starting college.

NSSE survey items are grouped within several Engagement Indicators. These indicators fit within five engagement themes adapted from the Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice, as follows:

  • Academic Challenge: Higher-Order Learning, Reflective and Integrative Learning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Learning Strategies
  • Learning with Peers: Collaborative Learning and Discussions with Diverse Others
  • Experiences with Faculty: Student-Faculty Interaction and Effective Teaching Practices
  • Campus Environment: Quality of Interactions and Supportive Environment

 

Click here for more information on engagement indicators.

 

NSSE 2018
 
NSSE 2017

 

NSSE 2016

 

NSSE 2015

 

NSSE 2014

 

NSSE 2013

 

NSSE 2012

 

NSSE 2011

 

NSSE 2010

 

NSSE 2009

 

NSSE 2008

 

NSSE 2007

 

NSSE 2006

 

NSSE 2004

 

NSSE 2003

 

NSSE 2002

 

For more information about NSSE see http://nsse.iub.edu/.

To request additional information about NSSE at Auburn University contact the Office of Institutional Research at (334) 844-4765 or send an e-mail to ir@auburn.edu .

Last updated: 08/23/2018