The purpose of this survey is to gather student perspectives concerning the collection, protection, and use of students' data by the University. A random sample of undergraduate students will be surveyed, and results will be used to inform recommendations surrounding Indiana University's data landscape.
Overall Response Rate: 9.8%
This survey aims to inform the Board of Aeons Project: The Off-Campus Student Experience. This project aims to understand th
Overall Response Rate: 11%
Data & Analysis
Final report of the Off-Campus Student Experience study is on file with the Office of the President and the University Archives. Aeons reports are not typically shared publicly.
This survey will be administered to undergraduate students to gain perspectives on satisfaction and use of multicultural resources on campus with the goal of assessing whether the needs of diverse students are being adequately met.
Overall Response Rate: 10%
Data & Analysis
The Board conducted a survey of 193 undergraduate students. Results are described below, grouped by themes starting with sense of belonging, reasons for lack of engagement, cultural resources, and use of the centers. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Student Academic Encouragement Survey seeks to better understand the ways in which Black/African American Indiana University students encourage one another to persist through the challenges they face in academic settings by testing the impact of an intervention designed to improve their educational experiences and mental health outcomes. The information acquired from this study will provide insight into the mechanisms Black/African American IU students use to persist through the negative experiences they encounter. In identifying these, we will be able to increase student support to help them better navigate their environments and increase their psychological well-being and academic-related success. This survey will also serve as a basis for future initiatives created with campus partners such as the Neal-Marshall Black Cultural Center; the School of Education Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Office; the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion for the School of Public Health, and the Health Center'??s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
The purpose of this survey is to better understand the sexual health, behaviors, and experiences of IU students. The data can be compared to the annual nationally representative studies of US sexual behavior (the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, or NSSHB) for research purposes. Related to the department of Applied Health Science and the School of Public Health, the data may also inform course content for approximately 8 sections of Human Sexuality that are taught each semester, enrolling about 1600-2000 students annually. Finally, in re-administering our 2015 survey, we will be able to draw comparisons related to potential changes in contemporary sexual behavior that we are seeing in our national NSSHB surveys.
Overall Response Rate: 32.3%
Data & Analysis
Our collaborative team of IU faculty and staff has shared findings with campus stakeholders through numerous presentations including to (1) university wide sexual assault prevention administrators, staff, and responders; (2) the Dean of Students office, (3) Student Health Center educators, (4) Student Health Center clinicians, (5) School of Public Health instructors (so that findings can be incorporated into courses/lectures). Findings have been integrated into campus-level educational programming as well as School of Public Health educational offerings. Also, findings informed a grant proposal from IU faculty/staff at the Student Health Center and School of Public Health for an undergraduate educational program.
The nationally recognized metric for campus sustainability is called the "Sustainability Tracking, Assessment, Rating System" (STARS) which is administered by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Universities are rated based on the progress they are making in terms of sustainability teaching/research as well as sustainability in campus operations. The Office of Sustainability (Sustain IU) has the goal of moving from a "gold" to "platinum" rating in the next 10 years—a goal that is important both in terms of reputation, for student recruitment, and for operational efficiency. The survey we are proposing will advance sustainability on campus in several ways: 1) completing a literacy and culture survey that includes a representative sample of the student population earns the university important points towards earning a platinum rating; the survey is required every 3 years and the last iteration was administered in spring semester 2017; 2) the data and analysis will help us evaluate overall sustainability literacy and determine which academic units are performing best in the area and which could benefit from additional work; and 3) the culture part of the survey provides information that Sustain IU can use to make targeted progress when it comes to operational sustainability, based on a clear understanding of the strongest predictors of different sustainability behaviors on campus. This information will be used to generate targeted awareness campaigns and/or infrastructure improvements related to computing, food, resource use/recycling, and energy.
Overall Response Rate: 16.8%
Data & Analysis
The Indiana University Sustainability Culture and Literacy Survey was administered in February and March 2020 to acquire information on sustainability knowledge and behaviors among the student population across all IU campuses. This survey was a follow-up to a similar survey administered at the IU Bloomington campus in early 2017. Literacy scores in 2020 were mostly as expected, with scores improving as students progress in their studies at IU. Among the sustainability behaviors evaluated in the 2020 survey, IU students frequently report turning off the lights, carrying a reusable water bottle and printing doubled-sided; IU students reported recycling and choosing vegetarian meals less frequently. The strongest predictors of overall sustainable behavior among students were social norms, attitudes, and perceptions of convenience. The data also indicates that women are more likely to engage in sustainability behaviors compared to men, and that overall sustainability knowledge is also a significant predictor of behavior, though less important than norms, attitude, and convenience.
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To learn about membership satisfaction of the Hoosier Commuter Club (HCC) overall, what programs are working, which aren’t, and how we can make it better.
Overall Response Rate: 32%
The Campus Labs NASPA Consortium Benchmark Survey for Fraternity and Sorority Life is administered to students on campuses with active Greek communities. The assessment provides actionable data on community participation, reason for joining the community, member and non-member perceptions of the community, and outcomes related to recruitment participation. By administering this survey, IU's Sorority and Fraternity Life department will create a baseline to measure the impact of recent changes to the sorority and fraternity community on campus.
Overall Response Rate: Overall response rate was 13%. Total number of respondents was 1595.
This the second phase of the IMLS-funded "DataDoubles" Project, which is a 3-year study that investigates undergraduate student perceptions of their privacy in relation to learning analytics in college and university settings. This phase consists of a quantitative survey containing seven modules evaluating various aspects of student's understanding of learning analytics and privacy-related issues: Knowledge about learning analytics; expectations about data sharing and use; data access and limits; privacy rights; consent expectations; privacy expectations and opinions; and trust in universities and other actors collecting and using student data. This survey is addressed to all undergraduate students.
Data Doubles publications, presentations, and data are posted on the Data Doubles website, https://datadoubles.org/, and research repository, https://osf.io/d7f3g/, as they become publicly available.
The College Office of International Affairs aims to:
* Assess what kind of study abroad programs IU undergraduates want and will help them achieve their academic and personal goals
* Determine what obstacles exist for study abroad
* Use the results to design, implement, and market programs that meet students' needs.
Overall Response Rate: 6%
Data & Analysis
In April 2020, the College of Arts and Sciences surveyed a select group of IU Bloomington students in their first or second year about their interests in studying abroad. From 212 respondents, the College received results that suggest students are primarily interested in programs of a semester or more, prefer the idea of traveling with a group, are attracted mostly to European countries, and want to earn credits that count toward their degree progress. Contact: Carolyn Lantz, email@example.com
This survey is a partnership between IU School of Public Health faculty (including an epidemiologist) and IU Health Center clinicians and educators, including the Gender Affirming clinic.
In January/February 2020 we randomly sampled IU undergraduate students to complete the 2020 Campus Sexual Health Survey. We are requesting permission to re-contact this same group of students to ask them to complete a much shorter confidential online survey. This
In this survey, we will be able to compare them pre/post on issues such as their relationship satisfaction, condom use, contraceptive use, and access to healthcare services (all issues we asked about in the Jan/Feb survey).
We will also be able to assess relationships with their perceived risk of COVID-19, their social distancing relationships, and their intimate connections to friends, family, and partners. We are especially interested in understanding how our LGBTQ+ students after having left campus and perhaps Bloomington itself, as their families and communities may not always feel as accepting about their sexualities or gender.
Overall Response Rate: Amended to include detailed information from CSR Methodology report.
Data & Analysis
Data were shared with faculty, staff, and clinician stakeholders, particularly those at the Student Health Center. Findings helped to prioritize and shape health and wellness activities for students in new virtual settings, as well as the delivery of certain needed health products.