External Surveys of Student Satisfaction
2020-2021 External Surveys
Starting in academic year 2020-2021 Post University will be utilizing the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). The survey administration period ended in May 2021 and results will be distributed during the Summer of 2021.
NSSE was chosen to take advantage of the various reports that allow for comparing Post University to self-selected institutions. The chosen reports will focus on engagement indicators, high-impact practices, among other possible reports. In general, the results from the NSSE survey can provide insight into how undergraduate students allocate their time and what they gain from attending Post University.
Past External Surveys
The Ruffalo Noel Levitz surveys, Priorities Survey for Online Learning (PSOL) and Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI), enables Post University to examine the satisfaction of students across both online (PSOL) and main campus (SSI). Using this information, the University can address issues that are important to students in various areas.
Results obtained through both surveys have provided indication that, in many areas, students have a higher satisfaction with their Post University experience compared to students at benchmarked institutions.
Past results from the Ruffalo Noel Levitz surveys for both our online and main campus learners can be found below:
- Priorities Survey for Online Learning (PSOL) Results Summary – 2018
- Priorities Survey for Online Learning Results Summary 2017
- Priorities Survey for Online Learning Results Summary 2016
- Priorities Survey for Online Learning Results Summary 2015
- Priorities Survey for Online Learning Results Summary 2014
- Main Campus
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