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NSSE is happening at UofL starting on February 1, 2012!

What is the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)?

The NSSE is a nationally recongnized survey designed to gather information about the nature and quality of your undergraduate student experiences. Visit for more information.

Who's being asked to participate in NSSE 2012?

UofL freshmen and seniors enrolled in the Spring 2012 semester.

How will I be notified?

By your university e-mail account, probably Cardmail. Invitations to participate have been sent to your UofL e-mail account on February 1st on behalf of Dean Mardis. If you mistakenly discarded your message, please rest assure ... you will be reminded on:

  • February 9th
  • February 20th
  • March 6th
  • March 21st

How will the data be used?

UofL is dedicated to ensuring that data, especially those from student assessments and surveys, be analyzed, distributed, and acted upon by various university constituents to ensure continuous, quality program improvements. We want you to succeed.

So ... what has UofL done with past NSSE responses?

UofL has:

  • created and distributed comprehensive views of your undergraduate student experiences,
  • provided customized reports pertaining to your academic program and services,
  • used the data for faculty development opportunities and training,
  • asked faculty to particpate in a similar survey to gain understanding of where disconnects may be occuring with your experiences,
  • used the data to guide student retention, persistence, and graduation efforts.

What if I have questions, who do I contact?

IL BARROW of Institutional Effectiveness. IL is always happy to discuss any concerns, questions, or suggestions pertaining to student assessments and surveys.


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