Engagement Insights: Survey Findings on the Quality of Undergraduate Education

Provides a look at longitudinal trends in student engagement drawing from annual data averaging more than 300,000 students and 461– 725 institutions per year since 2004. The results suggest that colleges and universities participating in the survey have made concerted efforts to improve in key areas, improvements that are evident in broad, aggregate results throughout the time span. The second story is from the Academic Advising Topical Module and examines results from 25,000 students at 57 institutions that used the module in 2019. The final story shares findings on the relationship between student engagement and college persistence from more than 17,000 first-year students at 75 institutions that participated in a grant-funded study.

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National Survey of Student Engagement
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