Student_Engagement_Survey

Who thirty seven both graduated from college both

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Unformatted text preview: nts who Thirty-seven both graduated from college both Twenty-two percent have master’s Twenty-two degrees degrees Seven percent have parents with doctoral Seven degrees degrees Multiple Institutions Multiple Approximately 36% of students attended one Approximately or more “other institutions” in addition to the one in which they are currently enrolled one Of this group, 25% went to another four-year Of college, 36% to a community college, 7% to a vocational school, 6% to another form of postvocational secondary education, and 25% went to a secondary combination of these combination College College Activities Activities •A “substantial amount” of engagement is defined to be at least 50% of all students reporting “often” or “very often” College Activities •The least frequent activities are those where the percentage of students responding “never” exceeds 35% Educational and Personal Educational Growth Growth Self-reported Educational and Personal Gains from College Enriching Educational Experiences Experiences On balance, African Americans, foreign On nationals, fraternity or sorority members, and varsity athletes are more likely to participate in one or more enriching activity one Older students, Asian/Pacific Islanders, Older students of Hispanic origin, first-generation students, part-time students, transfers, and commuters are less likely than their counterparts to participate in one or more of these activities these Enriching Educational Experiences Experiences Likelihood of Participating in Educationally Engaging Experiences Enriching Educational Experiences Experiences Likelihood of Participating in Educationally Engaging Experiences Art, Wellness, & Spirituality Art, Fine and performance arts Approximately 25% of students frequently Approximately attend plays, art exhibits, gallery, dance, or theater performance, and 25-30% of students never attend these events students Frequency of attendance was positively Frequency correlated with the student’s perceived emphasis of these events on campus, and negatively correlated with the number of hours students worked off-campus, provided for dependents, and commuted to class for Art, Wellness, & Spirituality Art, Fine and performance arts •Percentage of students who attended a fine or performing arts event during their school year Art, Wellness, & Spirituality Art, Exercise and physical fitness Over fifty percent of students frequently Over exercised or performed p...
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