National Survey of Student Engagement

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)

NSSE evaluates students' engagement with faculty, participation in extra-curricular activities, their school and work practices, and other experiences they have while at IU Bloomington. The data collected is used to improve student activities, advising, curriculum and career services.

NSSE administration

IU Bloomington administers the NSSE survey every three years to all First-year and Senior students. NSSE consists of questions about students' engagement with faculty, participation in extra-curricular activities, their school and work practices, and other experiences they have while at IU Bloomington. In addition to questions about students' practices, NSSE evaluates students' perceptions of topics like diversity on campus and their satisfaction with IU's academic services like advising. The data collected from the NSSE survey have been used to shape the administration's understanding of its own progress and where IUB could still improve.

NSSE is administered to over 500 universities and colleges from around the US. It gives OVPUE a broad picture of how IUB compares to other institutions both inside and outside the classroom.

For more information about NSSE you can visit the Official NSSE Website where you can find the latest NSSE Survey Instrument and IRB Approval.

Research & use

UIRR NSSE Dashboard

UIRR NSSE Tableau Dashboard

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NSSE 2015 complete campus report

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2016-2017 Indiana University viewbook

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Improving response rates at IU Bloomington

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NSSE trivia from IU Bloomington

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NSSE facts IU Bloomington

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A closer look at Service-Learning at IU Bloomington

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BFC report on fraternities and sororities at IU Bloomington

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Using NSSE to understand student success: A multi-year analysis

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What's up with the bus? Using NSSE results to foster student engagement

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Does study abroad relate to increased student engagement?

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