Engagements Insights: Survey Findings on the Quality of Undergraduate Education

Reports summary information about students’ participation in High-Impact Practices (HIPs; see pp. 12–13). The 2018 results show few gains in the share of students who have these beneficial experiences, despite sustained interest in HIPs on the part of higher education leaders and associations. Service-learning was the only HIP experienced by more than half of first-year and senior students, while nearly half of seniors participated in an internship or other field experience or in a culminating experience. The findings also reveal persistent gaps in HIP participation for certain populations. Possible audiences include college and university leaders.

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