DLE was designed to include measures that specifically focus on aspects related to the climate for diversity, including experiences with discrimination, cross-racial interactions, validation and sense of belonging.
The College Senior Survey is designed as an exit survey for graduating seniors. The CSS focuses on a broad range of college outcomes and post-college goals and plans.
Your First College Year is a survey designed to provide higher education practitioners and researchers with comprehensive information on the academic and personal development of first-year college students.
In 2005, one of the most intense and deadliest storms in United States history made landfall when Hurricane Katrina struck Florida and Louisiana in the final days of August. Colleges and universities, including Tulane University, were forced to close their doors for the first time since the Civil War as they and the city rebuilt ...
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We have created infographic posters depicting the 2015 DLE, CSS, and YFCY survey findings so you can share the survey results on campus. We also created a customizable version of the infographics which you can use to compare your own institution's survey results. The static and customizable versions of the infographic are available for free download.
It is with heavy hearts that we said goodbye earlier this week to an incredible scholar and friend, Helen "Lena" Astin, who passed away on Tuesday, October 27th. Born in Serres, Greece in 1932, Lena came to the U.S. in 1951 to pursue an education in psychology. Having earned her bachelor’s degree from Adelphi University in 1953 ...
This year, 2015, marked the survey’s fifth administration. The survey collected data from 19,580 student respondents attending 26 colleges and universities across the United States. In this research brief, we discuss students’ experiences with witnessing discrimination on campus, analyze how students contest discrimination, and suggest practices that may lower instances of discrimination on campuses.
The College Senior Survey (CSS) has been administered by the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) since 1993. This year marked the survey’s 23rd administration; it contains data from 23,523 seniors graduating from 95 colleges and universities across the United States. In this research brief, we discuss students' future plans, students' loans, and views on social issues.
Developed in 2000, the Your First College Year survey (YFCY) was the first national survey designed specifically to measure student development in the first year of college, and it is distributed to students at the end of their first year of college. The YFCY was administered for the 16th time in the Spring of 2015, when 11,267 students at 46 institutions participated in the survey.