The degree to which faculty, administrators, and support staff understand students from poverty makes all the difference in student retention, graduation rates, and post-graduation success. The Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced College Students Campus Assessment Survey for Faculty, Administrators, and Support Staff helps colleges and universities take an in-depth look at the influences of economic class on teaching and learning in higher education.
In addition, by gathering data on administrative, faculty, and staff perceptions of strengths and challenges on your campus, professional development workshops can be customized to maximize results. Gain a clear understanding of individual and campus needs based upon quantifiable data. Use this survey and the results analysis to help focus your professional development and improve student retention and graduation rates. Aggregate data are provided to the campus contact.
- Offers clear data as a baseline for individual and campus self-assessment.
- Reveals to participants the impact of poverty on teaching and learning.
- Provides an outline for immediate and long-term planning.
- Guides individual and campus-wide followup assessment.
Every survey can be easily customized to fit your unique situation. Simply edit, delete or add questions to the survey.