A joint effort of GPSG and UGS sponsored by Vice Provost David Daleke, this survey is aimed towards improving graduate and professional student experience, success, and wellbeing. All current graduate and professional students will be invited to complete this survey, which is divided into six sections: Workload, Funding/Finances, Health/Wellness, Facilities and Orientation, Campus Climate, and General. The survey was originally designed and successfully implemented at IUPUI in January 2020, and will be implemented there again in January 2022 in tandem with this survey. It has been very slightly modified to fit the Bloomington campus. The survey is also needed to improve on the prior 2020 survey of IUB Graduate Student Finances which had an insufficient response rate, was not standardized with IUPUI, and asked different questions. This survey will provide an accurate picture of the graduate and professional student experience, mental and physical wellbeing, financial health and need, and satisfaction with campus climate and resources, which has not been previously achieved for Bloomington campus. The collaboration with IUPUI is necessary to facilitate understanding of and improvement to the graduate and professional student experience across IU campuses.
The survey is for the purpose of informing the review of the Electron Microscopy Center (EMC), which reports to OVPR.
Overall Response Rate: 15%
This multi-institution survey of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students examines the non-medical use of prescription drugs, including the reasons for and consequences of use, access to prescription drugs, and perceptions of use among students. The results of this survey will provide clinicians with a better understanding of prescription drug use on campus and improve the treatment options available.
Overall Response Rate: 8.88
This proposal is for the refreshment sample component of a National Institutes of Health-funded study. Ten postsecondary institutions participated in the survey last spring, including IU Bloomington.
This study focuses on the experiences of young adults on the autism spectrum as they compare to their neurotypical peers. It asks five questions:
•How do educational, occupational, and health outcomes vary along the autism spectrum, accounting for comorbid disorders?
•Do the outcomes of students on the spectrum differ based on socioeconomic status?
•Does the association of autism with outcomes vary by socioeconomic status?
•To what extent can the association of autism with outcomes be explained by the association of autism with precollege experiences and college engagements?
•How do the experiences of college students on the spectrum differ by institutional characteristics?
The study involves longitudinal data collection, following undergraduate students through their time in college and, for some, through their initial transition to the labor market. It extends a pilot study that we conducted in 2017 with many of the same institutions. Data will be used to inform institutional policies to support students with autism and empirical and theoretical research on autism and other disabilities. The spring 2021 data collection in which IUB participated, solicited an initial sample of college students enrolled in that semester. A subsample of those students has been invited to participate in a panel study. The current request is for refreshment sample: a sample of students new to the institution in spring 2022. These students will then be invited to participate in the panel.
Overall Response Rate: The response rate for the general population sample is 20.4% and the response rate for students in the registered sample is 47.6%.
Indiana University is committed to the highest ethical standards and compliance with the law. The University Compliance Office works with key compliance areas and individuals throughout the university to facilitate collaboration, raise awareness, provide guidance, and address compliance concerns.
To gauge progress, we need your insight. We ask for your participation in this three-minute survey. Your responses are confidential and will help identify potential opportunities and concerns.
The goal of the survey is to identify how prevalent sexual misconduct at Indiana University Bloomington is. Data will be used to better understand the scope of the problem and inform prevention and response initiatives from the office of Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy.
Overall Response Rate: 9%
Measure staff employee engagement with a goal of being an employer of choice. This is a repeat of the survey completed in 2017 and 2019 and an opportunity to see if engagement levels have changed since then.
Overall Response Rate: 66% university-wide
Access to a skilled workforce remains the top consideration for relocating and expanding companies, and Indiana is consistently recognized by corporate executives and their advisors as having a strong and highly effective network of higher ed institutions. To leverage this valuable workforce asset, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) is undertaking an important research initiative designed to better understand how students currently enrolled at Indiana’s colleges and universities perceive the state as a place to live and work.
This research will culminate in a better understanding of the importance of select career and lifestyle-related factors to graduating students, how students plan on making relocation decisions following graduation, and importantly, the steps Indiana needs to take to effectively retain this future workforce.
We plan to survey first year students at IU Bloomington on their experience accessing the technology they need to be successful in their coursework. We will ask about the student's experience with personal devices, reliable internet, software for courses, computer labs, and printing.
The survey will be sent on behalf of the New Student Transitions (NST), IT Subcommittee. NST Committees are campus collaborations among student services departments on the IUB campus (advising, registrar, admissions, and other supportive departments). The committees focus on identifying ways to improve the undergraduate student experience at IUB, particularly the first year transition. The NST – IT Subcommittee focuses on technology issues that impact undergraduate success. Currently, the NST – IT Subcommittee is looking at technology access disparities.
Overall Response Rate: 1%
The FSES measures academic experiences, values, alcohol and drug use, social issues, bystander intervention, chapter operations, and community found in our campuses fraternity and sorority experience. Data collected from the survey will be utilized to information leadership, membership development and prevention initiatives.
Information will be used to review the Center and establish rationale for continued existence and future aspects.
Overall Response Rate: 30%
Target Population: Undergraduate Students
Questions trying to answer: 1) What kind of involvement do you have within the Student Involvement Leadership Center? 2)What role (if any) does involvement within the Student Involvement and Leadership Center play in one's feeling of belonging/community? 3)What impact (if any) does being involved with the Student Involvement and Leadership Center on one's feeling of belonging or mattering as part of the IU community?
The survey would have the student also define what dimension within the Sense of Community framework 1)Needs Fulfilment 2)Membership 3)Influence 4)Shared Emotional Connection
Overall Response Rate: 143 responses out of 9068 sample
1.57% response rate