Survey Calendar – xlsx format


Survey Calendar – as of 3/29/16
Survey Name (Host) TCU Contact Description/ Topics Covered Audience Frequency Last Survey Administration Next Survey
ACUHO-I – EBI Resident Assessment Angie Taylor Collects data reported by students living in residence halls (residents) on resident satisfaction, resident learing experience, and program effectiveness. All Students Every 2 Years Fall 2015 Fall 2017
Campus Rec/ NIRSA Survey – Campus Recreation Student Survey (NASPA/NIRSA) Angie Taylor Covers the following topics: preferred means to find out about campus activities; student participation in various campus activities, including their level of involvement – such as whether they hold a leadership position; outcomes of participating in campus activities; perceptions of student fees; and reasons for not participating in campus activities, if applicable. All Students Every 3 Years Fall 2013 Fall 2016
Civic Engagement (NASPA) Angie Taylor Covers the following topics: Participation in service activities (on and off campus); Capacity of participation in service activities (e.g., raise money, regular involvement); Participation in philanthropic activities; Extent of engagement in politics/political events and activities; Outcomes of being civically engaged (e.g., perceptions regarding diversity-related issues, ability to relate knowledge to course content, commitment to civic engagement, reflection on participation in service activities) All Students Every 3 Years Spring 2014 Spring 2017
CIRP First Year Student Survey (HERI) Angie Taylor Designed for administration to incoming first-year students before they start classes. The instrument collects extensive information that allows for a snapshot of what incoming students are like before they experience college. Incoming Freshmen Annual Summer 2015 Summer 2016
Core Alcohol & Other Drug Survey (Core Institute) Angie Taylor Developed to measure alcohol and other drug usage, attitudes, and perceptions among college students at two and four-year institutions. The survey includes several types of items about drugs and alcohol. All Students Every 5 Years Fall 2014 Fall 2019
Diverse Learning Enviornments Survey Angie Taylor Covers student perceptions regarding the institutional climate, campus practices as experienced with faculty, staff, and peers, and student learning outcomes. All Students Every 3 Years Spring 2018 Spring 2015
Fraternity/Sorority Life (NASPA/AFA) Angie Taylor Covers the following topics: Participation in fraternity/sorority life on campus (whether as participant in recruitment activities or member); Reasons for participation and non-participation in fraternity/sorority life on campus; Outcomes related to participation in recruitment activities and membership in fraternity/sorority; Perceptions of fraternity/sorority life on campus from members and non-members All Students? Every 3 Years Fall 2014 Fall 2017
Graduate Exit Survey Angie Taylor The survey is organized into three major areas: employment/future endeavors, TCU experiences, and student learning outcomes. Graduating Students Annual Spring 2015 Spring 2016
Healthy Minds Survey Angie Taylor Examines mental health, service utilization, and related issues with special emphasis on understanding service utilization and help-seeking behavior, including factors such as stigma, knowledge, and the role of peers and other potential gatekeepers. All Students Every 3 Years Spring 2016 Spring 2019
Intercultural Effectiveness Scale (IES) Survey Chris Hightower Measures competencies critical for effective interaction with people from different cultures. Administered as a pre- and post- assessment Freshmen Students Every Year Summer 2015 Summer 2016
Graduating Senior Students Every Year Spring 2016 Spring 2017
Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (MSL) Survey Angie Taylor Uses the Socially Responsible Leadership Scale-Revised Version Two (SRLS-R2), a statistically reliable and valid tool for measuring leadership development using the social change model (SCM). The survey addresses individual institutional considerations while contributing to a national understanding of student needs and outcomes, effective institutional practices, and the extent of environmental influence in leadership development. All Students Every 3 Years Spring 2016 Spring 2019
NCHA – National Collegiate Health Assessment (ACHA) Angie Taylor Collects data about students’ habits, behaviors, and perceptions on the most prevalent health topics: alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use; mental and physical health; weight, nutrition, and exercise; personal safety and violence; and sexual health. All Students Every 3 Years Fall 2015 Fall 2018
NSSE Angie Taylor Survey items represent empirically confirmed “good practices” in undergraduate education. That is, they reflect behaviors by students and institutions that are associated with desired outcomes of college. Research shows that engagement, the time and energy students devote to educationally purposeful activities, is the best single predictor of their learning and personal development. All Students Every 3 Years Spring 2016 Spring 2019
Orientation and New Student Programs (NASPA/NODA) Angie Taylor Assesses the impact of orientation from the student perspective All Students Every 3 Years Spring 2014 Spring 2017
PACS/ Profile of Today’s College Student (NASPA/HERI) Angie Taylor Designed to get an accurate portrait of today’s college student by understanding who they are, how they behave, and what they believe. All Students Every 3 Years Spring 2015 Spring 2018
Recent Alumni Survey Cathan Coghlan Need Content Graduates Annual Spring 2015 Spring 2016
Student Activities Angie Taylor Covers the following topics: preferred means to find out about campus activities; student reasons for not participating in campus activities, if applicable. All Students Every 3 Years Fall 2015 Fall 2018
Title IX Climate Survey Angie Taylor Measures prevalence and incident rates of sexual assault and sexual violence as well at attitudes and perceptions related to these issues..  The Title IX Climate Survey also includes items that measure students’ perceptions of campus leadership’s responsiveness, how the campus would handle sexual assault and student safety, and the adequacy of training and resources. In-house survey developed with recommendations provided by the Office of Violence Against Women (OVAW Toolkit). All Students Every 3 Years Spring 2015 Spring 2018