Institutional Effectiveness

Institution Wide Surveys

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE):

The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is a survey mechanism used to measure the level of student participation at universities and colleges throughout the United States as it relates to learning and engagement.  Each spring semester, senior and first-year students are asked to complete the NSSE.  The pocket guides below provide an overview of survey results.  For detailed information, please contact the Office of Institutional Research at acaso@framingham.edu.

 

Academic Advising Survey

Every Spring semester, FSU students are asked to complete a survey about their experience with academic advising. The findings are presented at the annual chairs/faculty retreat. The overall results are dis-aggregated and distributed to each department.

 

Undergraduate Student Exit Survey

Graduates participating in the Commencement ceremonies were asked to complete a brief survey about their overall experience at Framingham State University. The findings are presented at the annual chairs/faculty retreat. The overall results are dis-aggregated and distributed to each department. 

 

Undergraduate Post-Graduation Placement Survey

Framingham State University distributes several surveys to graduates and recent graduates (six-months and three-years out). Graduates were asked to complete a brief survey about their careers and lives six months since graduation from Framingham State University. The overall results are dis-aggregated and distributed to each department.

 

Undergraduate Alumni Survey

Framingham State University distributes several surveys to graduates and recent graduates (six-months and three-years out). Graduates were asked to complete a brief survey about their careers and lives three years since graduation from Framingham State University.