Results 2018-06-07T09:44:31+00:00

Summary Reports

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Leadership
Student Employment
High Impact Practice (HIP)
Orientation
Retention / Persistence
International /Global
Learning in the Co-Curricular
Diversity and Inclusion
Alumni / Family
DSA Division Initiatives
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Report Title Brief Description Sponsoring Department Summary Report Highlights Completed
PAVE Team Lead and Peer Adviser Learning Outcomes Assessment 2016-2017

Peer Advisers for Veteran Education (PAVE) is a peer support program that connects incoming student veterans with student veterans already on campus in order to help them navigate college life. This summary report documents the assessment of learning of the 2016-2017 PAVE peer advisers and team leads from their participation in the program, specifically in the areas of interpersonal and written communication.

Veteran Resource & Support Center   09/13/2017
PAVE Team Lead and Peer Advisor Learning Outcomes Assessment 2016-2017

Peer Advisors for Veteran Education (PAVE) is a “peer support program that connects incoming student veterans with student veterans already on campus in order to help them navigate college life, identify challenges they are facing, refer them to appropriate resources on or off campus, and provide ongoing support to their academic and personal ventures.” The PAVE program originated as a collaboration between the University of Michigan Depression Center and the Department of Psychiatry, and the Student Veterans of America. The Texas A&M University Veterans Resource and Support Center (VRSC) started offering student veterans the PAVE program in 2014. In the 2016-2017 academic year, over 120 student veterans participated, linked to approximately 15 Peer Advisors who assisted these incoming student veterans. Additionally, Peer Advisors were assigned one of three Team Leads, who were responsible for the management, coordination and training of their assigned Peer Advisors.

In 2016 PAVE was designated as a Division of Student Affairs High Impact Practice (HIP) for the participating Peer Advisors and Team Leads. The VRSC contacted Student Life Studies to provide assistance in assessing the defined learning outcome and the reflection exercise for the Peer Advisors and Team Leads. Rubrics were developed to measure interpersonal and written communication skills, adapted from the Texas A&M University Division of Student Affairs Student Leader Learning Outcomes (SLLO) project interpersonal and written communication rubrics. The attached report summarizes the results of the assessment activities completed by the Peer Advisors and Team Leads.

Veteran Resource & Support Center   09/13/2017
Customer Satisfaction Survey-University Center & Special Events

University Center & Special Events (UCEN) provides facilities and event services to enhance the education, business, social, and cultural experiences of students, faculty, staff, and visitors, and includes under its auspices the management of the Memorial Student Center, Rudder Theater Complex, J. Earl Rudder Tower, John J. Koldus Building, All Faiths Chapel, Albritton Bell Tower and the University Guest Center Suites. University Center & Special Events values high quality customer service and administers a customer satisfaction survey throughout the year to gather feedback from clients to understand their experiences. The attached report summarizes the results of those evaluations for the 2015-2016 academic year.

University Center & Special Events   07/12/2016
University Art Galleries Marketing Focus Groups

University Art Galleries within the Division of Student Affairs, include the Stark Galleries and Forsyth Galleries locate within the Memorial Student Center on the Texas A&M University campus. February 2016, University Art Galleries contacted Student Life Studies to assist in assessing the Texas A&M University (TAMU) student community’s perceptions of the University Art Galleries’ programs, exhibitions and special events and get student input on marketing. The attached report summarizes the assessment results from a series of focus groups which comprised of student participants.

University Art Galleries   08/26/2016
Quality of Life Survey Fall 2016, Graduate and Professional Student Council

The report summarizes the results of the Quality of Life survey sent to graduate and professional students during the fall of 2016, sponsored by the Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC). The report includes results pertaining to three topics of the English Proficiency Exam, Vending Machine/Food Options on campus, Funding/General Issue. Report also highlights general demographic data of those students sent and responding to the survey.

Student Organization   01/13/2017
Grad Camp 2017

The Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC) sponsor Grad Camp every fall that brings together new graduate students for a once in a lifetime learning and network experience in Aggieland. GPSC held two Grad Camps in the fall of 2017; August 17 and August 24, 2017. The summary report provides the results of the assessment of campers during both Grad Camp, and the counselors who participated in the program.

Student Organization   01/31/2018
The Big Event 2017 Community and Participant Surveys

The Big Event (TBE), committee of the Student Government Association (SGA) worked with Student Life Studies in 2017 to send out satisfaction surveys to both the Community members receiving the services of TBE and the student participants providing services on the day. The majority of both the community members and the participants were positive regarding their experience with TBE 2017.

Student Organization   03/13/2018
TAMU Career Closet Patron Satisfaction Survey Spring 2017

The Student Government Association sponsors the TAMU Career Closet, which provides various business attire available for rent to students for up to five business days. The assessment measures the satisfaction of student patrons of the TAMU Career Closet during the spirng of 2017.

Student Organization   07/11/2017
Student Research Week (SRW) 2017

The Graduate and Professional Student Council (formerly the Graduate Student Council) created Student Research Week (SRW) as a one-day poster event in 1994. This year, the program celebrated its 20th annual research extravaganza March 27-30, 2017. Feedback was collected from the judges and participants who participated in SRW programs. This report covers the responses from both groups

Student Organization   05/26/2017
Gilbert Leadership Conference Participant Evaluation November 2016

The Gilbert Leadership Conference (GLC) is a committee of the Student Government Association (SGA)./), The Gilbert Leadership Conference is a seven-week leadership development program based on three pillars: character, service, and involvement. Thirty-two freshmen delegates are selected in late September, and their experience culminates with a 4-day conference, held November 17 - 20 2016. A pre-conference evaluation and conference evaluation were developed to understand the delegates’ experience in the weeks leading up to the conference as well as the actual conference. The attached report summarizes the results of those evaluations.

Student Organization   12/19/2016
Aggie Replant Day Participant Survey Fall 2016

Replant Day is coordinated by the Replant committee, part of the Student Government Association at Texas A&M University. It is a one day environment service project open to all Texas A&M students, providing them an avenue for environmental service by participating in a yearly tree planting event throughout the Bryan/College Station community. The attached report summarizes the results of the survey used to assess participants' experiences with Replant Day held on October 17, 2016.

Student Organization   11/21/2016
Grad Camp 2016

Grad Camp is an extended orientation event hosted by the Graduate and Professional Student Council (student organization) every fall that brings together new graduate and professional students in effort to familiarize them with Texas A&M University campus, traditions and resources available to them on campus during their student experience in Aggieland. Current graduate students serve as counselors. The attached report summarizes the results of the surveys sent to counselors and participants to assess their experience with Grad Camp.

Student Organization   11/21/2016
The Big Event Community Survey Spring 2016

The Big Event is a committee of the Student Government Association (SGA). and it organizes the the largest, one-day, student-run service project in the nation where students of Texas A&M University come together to say ‘Thank You’ to the residents of Bryan and College Station, by performing acts of service. After the April 2nd 2016 service experience, students provided a survey to the resident for them to provide feedback regarding the service provided. The attached report summarizes the results of the survey.

Student Organization   07/22/2016
Career Closet Patron Satisfaction Student Government Association Spring 2016

The TAMU Career Closet, part of the Student Government Association, in the spring of 2016 began various business attire (dress shirts, ties, suits, skirts, etc.) available for rent by any Texas A&M University student for up to five business days. Their executive staff wanted to assess customer satisfaction with the services and products of the Career Closet, and a survey was developed that was given to students upon return of the clothes to the Career Closet. The attached report summarizes the results of those surveys.

Student Organization   07/15/2016
Gilbert Leadership Conference 2017 Participant Evaluation

The Gilbert Leadership Conference (GLC) is a committee of the Student Government Association (SGA).founded in 2006 as a legacy of David Gilbert, the conference namesake, and selects freshmen delegates to participate to learn about the Texas A&M values and conference pillars.. Starting in early October and for the seven weeks leading up to the conference, delegates learn about character, service, and involvement and how to incorporate these values into their lives during the first semester on campus. The experience culminates with a four-day conference, held in November 9-12, 2017 in Dallas, TX. While at the conference, delegates listen to various speakers, participate in a service project, and interact with the Gilbert family. The attached report summarizes results of the pre-conference and conference evaluations delegates complete.

Student Organization   06/05/2018
Report Title Brief Description Sponsoring Department Summary Report Highlights Completed
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