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Survey Results

Active Surveys

Advising Survey:  The EKU Advising Survey is administered each spring semester to currently enrolled students.  Results for the university and colleges are provided below.  Results by department and program are available by request. 

University Executive Summary: 2021, 2020*, 2019201820172016 

*The Advising Survey was not administered in Spring 2020 due to the initial campus closure for COVID-19.

University Statistics Reports:  20212019201820172016

Business and Technology: 2021, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016

Education: 2021, 2019, 2018, 2017

Health Sciences: 2021, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016

Justice and Safety: 2021, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016

Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences: 2021, 2019, 2018, 2017

Science: 2021, 2019, 2018, 2017

EKU Alumni Survey

Undergraduate and Graduate: The EKU Alumni Survey is administered every six months to graduates receiving degrees from the previous commencement, as well as once every year to graduates from the academic year two years prior. The exectuve summaries below are from the two-year cohorts administered once per year. For an overall statistics reports on graduates six-months out, please use this link

2022 University Executive Summary - coming soon

2021 University Executive Summary

2020 University Executive Summary

2019 University Executive Summary

2018 University Executive Summary

2017 University Executive Summary

2016 University Executive Summary

The Alumni Survey is also used to capture data on graduates' program satisfaction for Program Review. The results for each program for the review cycle for 2019-2024 are below. Links update automatically when new data is captured as the Alumni Survey is continuously distributed.

Alumni Survey Results for 2023-24 Program Review - coming soon

Alumni Survey Results for 2022-23 Program Review 

Alumni Survey Results for 2021-22 Program Review

Alumni Survey Results for 2020-21 Program Review

Alumni Survey Results for 2019-20 Program Review

Graduating Senior Survey (GSS):  The Graduating Senior Survey is offered every semester to students fulfilling the requirements for an associate or baccalaureate degree.  University level results are provided below. Results by academic college are available by request.

Graduate Degree Candidate Survey (GDC): The Survey of Graduate Degree Candidates is offered to students every semester that are fulfilling the requirements for a master’s degree.  University level results are provided below.  Results by academic college are available by request.

 

IPEDS Data Feedback Report:  The IPEDS Data Feedback Report, compiled by the National Center for Education Statistics, is intended to provide EKU a benchmark framework for examining the data it submits to IPEDS regarding degree completions, enrollment, graduation rates, financial aid,  human resources, and finance.

Currently Inactive Surveys

NSSE: The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is administered to a sample of second semester freshman and exiting seniors. EKU participates every three (3) years. The NSSE was designed to assess the extent to which students are engaged in empirically-derived, good educational practices and what they gain from their college experiences. In this it differs from many other surveys that are more oriented to student satisfaction than to specific educational outcomes. 

NSSE 2019
NSSE 2016
NSSE 2013

First Destination Survey: The First Destination Survey was previously administered annually to recent graduates to identify plans following graduation and used as a means to measure the success of EKU students. This survey is now a part of the EKU Alumni Survey to streamline data collection and reduce survey fatigue of our alumni. 

Climate Survey: The EKU Campus Climate Survey was typically administered once a strategic planning cycle (every five years; previously every three years) to faculty, staff, and students.  Results for both faculty/staff and students are below.

HERI Faculty Survey 2011:  The HERI Faculty Survey is a survey conducted every three years by the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at UCLA and is designed to provide colleges and universities with information about the workload, teaching practices, job satisfaction and professional activities of the collegiate faculty and administrators. EKU has not partcipated in recent years.

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