Results 2017-12-08T13:09:22+00:00

Summary Reports

Categories

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
Student Life Studies Customer Service Surveys 2016-2017

According to its website, Student Life Studies “provides leadership in assessment and planning to the Division of Student Affairs and to student organizations, maximizing program effectiveness and emphasizing student learning.” Furthermore, the vision of the department is to “create a culture in the Division of Student Affairs that values meaningful assessment, uses results to guide improvement, and articulates contributions to student success.” One goal for Student Life Studies is to provide quality assessment services to facilitate client planning and decision-making. Student Life Studies wanted to assess clients who utilized the department’s services to understand their satisfaction and use of assessment results in making program improvements. Student Life Studies has conducted various forms of a client assessment since 2005.

Student Life Studies   09/16/2017
Assessment Boot Camp - 2017

Assess participants attending Assessment Boot Camp to understand the effectiveness of the training and determine if the identified learning outcomes were met.

Student Life Studies   07/31/2017
MSC Fall Leadership Conference 2017

Assessment summary of the 65th annual MSC Fall Leadership Conference held August 22-24, 2017.

Memorial Student Center   10/19/2017
Howdy Week 2017

Howdy Week is coordinated by New Student & Family Programs in the Offices of the Dean of Student Life and takes place just before the fall semester at Texas A&M University. This week is full of events and opportunities for new and returning students to become familiar or reacquainted with the Texas A&M University campus, fellow Aggies, and the Bryan/College Station community. Howdy Week was held August 20-27, 2017. Howdy Week staff wanted to capture assessment data about students’ experiences attending different activities from the week, specifically the Class of 2021 Photo, the Faculty Reading Program, and Howdy Week Coordinators of signature events.

Offices of the Dean of Student Life   11/03/2017
Aggie Up! Noise Abatement Course - 2016-2017

Off-Campus Student Services (OCSS) in the Offices of the Dean of Student Life created a three-hour class for off campus Texas A&M students who have been found in violation of College Station’s noise ordinances. The course was developed in conjunction with the police department, OCSS, Student Conduct Office in Student Life, the Texas A&M Student Government Association, and the municipal court. A College Station judge can assign the course as an option for first-time violators. The workshop curriculum includes discussion of the city codes, seeing the issues from another’s perspective, being a good neighbor, conflict management, and party planning skills.

Offices of the Dean of Student Life   09/22/2017
Client Focus Groups, Summer 2016

One of Student Life Studies' goals is to provide quality assessment services to facilitate client planning and decision-making. To measure this goal and associated outcomes, the department conducted focus groups with clients to understand the effectiveness and quality of the services provided. Focus groups are conducted every three years; this assessment summary reports the results of the focus groups conducted in the summer of 2016.

Student Life Studies   09/12/2016
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
Group RecXercise Fitness Classes

Recreational Sports offers a variety of exercise classes to members. Most of the attendees are students, but faculty, staff, spouses, and community members can also join with a membership fee. Each class is taught by a trained instructor. Classes are offered at a variety of times during the day and week. Department staff wanted to assess the exercise classes to address concerns and make improvements.

Recreational Sports   11/03/2017
MSC CAMAC Mi Casa es Su Casa 2016-2017

Summary of results for Mi Casa es Su Casa student surveys for programs attended during the 2016-2017 academic year.

Memorial Student Center   08/31/2017
MSC Alumni Survey 2017

Summary of the 2017 survey of former students who were involved in MSC committees and leadership opportunities. Reports the impact of the MSC leadership experience after the students' graduated, specifically relating to the institution's undergraduate learning outcomes

Memorial Student Center   04/28/2017
Spring Leadership Exchange - 2017

The purpose of the Spring Leadership Exchange is to allow Texas A&M students from the Qatar and College Station campuses to share diverse cultures, perspectives, and experiences with one another while learning together about leadership in a global society. The assessment was to determine the effectiveness in reaching this purpose.

Student Activities   08/14/2017
Customer Satisfaction Survey-DoIT Customer Support

The report details the results of a customer satisfaction survey sent to customers who contacted the help (service) desk of the Department of Information Technology within the Division of Student Affairs in the 2016-2017 academic year. Intent was to measure the satisfaction level of customers of the help desk regarding their interactions with both student techs who work the Service Desk, and full time, professional staff who assist with troubleshooting and problem solving of issues brought through the help (service) desk.

Information Technology   07/31/2017
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
Venture: Base Camp 2017 Participant Evaluation

There were two sessions of Venture: Base Camp over the summer. The first one, Alpha, took place on July 10 – 15, 2017 and Bravo, the second camp, was scheduled July 17 – 22, 2017. During this six-day camp, students went rock climbing, swimming, and canoeing; had discussion groups; learned about Aggie traditions; and took a campus tour/scavenger hunt. This was the third year of the program and the third time to work with Student Life Studies to assess the effectiveness of the camp experience.

Student Activities   10/23/2017
Four and a Half Year Graduation

This pilot study looked at reasons undergraduate students took four and a half years to graduate, including employment, student organization involvement, leadership positions, and academics. The academic topics included summer school, study abroad, registration, and tutoring

Student Life Studies 07/10/2017
Report Title Brief Description Sponsoring Department Summary Report Highlights Completed
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