As you continue to seek to understand how best to provide students with support and assistance, here are an assortment of survey instruments to capture student needs and experiences during this time of transition.
To help your team best manage resources and provide support through virtual engagement, we have developed several climate assessment surveys to capture student needs and experiences during this time of transition that are attached to this article for use.
- Student Climate Survey
- New Student Survey
- Returning Student Survey
In addition, as you continue to seek to understand how best to provide students with support and assistance, we are sharing flash student surveys other institutions have implemented on topics such as post-graduate employment, access to technology and new telehealth offerings. These surveys can also be found in the Community Site upon login to Baseline.
- Student Access to Technology Survey
- Created by Sacramento State University, this technology flash survey provides questions to ask your students about the types of technology they have available at home or readily accessible. There are no right or wrong answers to this survey, as the data can be used to address accessibility issues.
- Student Employment Impact Survey
- Created by West Texas University, this survey will help you assess how COVID-19 has impacted students’ post-graduate employment and how career services can better serve their needs in a time of high unemployment.
- Telehealth Student Feedback Survey
- Offering telemedicine as a new service is one way institutions hope to provide an opportunity for students to still feel connected to their on-campus health providers. Use this survey, created by Wake Forest University, to seek feedback about the student experience with new telehealth options.
These instruments are designed to help you act on data you’re collecting. We know assessment is all about the use of data, so we encourage you to review the questions we have provided and modify questions and answer choices based on what you can act on.
These surveys can also be found in the Community Site upon login to Baseline.