In fall of 2018, all First Time in College (FTIC) students were invited to complete a survey about their expectations, goals, and adjustment to college. This report addresses issues surrounding financial concerns and resources.
In fall of 2018, all First Time in College (FTIC) students were invited to complete a survey about their expectations, goals, and adjustment to college. This report addresses new students’ perception of leadership and interpersonal skills, adjustment being away from home, and making new friends.
In fall of 2018, all First Time in College (FTIC) students were invited to complete a survey about their expectations, goals, and adjustment to college. This report describes how students plan to get involved in organizations, work and community service, as well as the amount of time spent in clubs, physical activity, and work.
In fall of 2018, all First Time in College (FTIC) students were invited to complete a survey about their expectations, goals, and adjustment to college. This report describes new students’ sense of belonging, pride being a student, and feeling welcome.
In fall of 2018, all First Time in College (FTIC) students were invited to complete a survey about their expectations, goals, and adjustment to college. This report examines how new students expect to allocate their time during their first year in college and manage their time and stress.
In January 2017, the Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference (SBSLC) held its 29th annual conference on the campus of Texas A&M University. As a student organization sponsored by Multicultural Services, the SBSLC staff developed surveys for the participants about their overall experience, organizations at the Career Fair, organizations at the Vendor Fair, participants at the Charles E. Williams II Advanced Leadership Institute (ALI), and advisors. The attached summary report provides the results of those assessments.
In January 2018, the Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference (SBSLC) held its 30th annual conference on the campus of Texas A&M University. Program outcomes for this year's SBSLC included giving participants the opportunity to participate in workshops that will educate them on issues of leadership, community, health, relationships, culture, race and ethnicity. Participants would also be able to connect with with corporations and graduate schools in efforts to gain admissions into graduate programs or obtain internship and employment opportunities. SBSLC staff developed surveys to evaluate participants' and their advisers' experiences with the Career Fair, Advanced Leadership Institute (ALI), the overall conference, and events specifically developed for advisers. Individual workshop surveys were also developed, however the results of those surveys are not included in the attached report which highlights the results of the participants evaluations of the overall conference, career fair, ALI and adviser experience.
In January 2019, the Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference (SBSLC) held its 31st annual conference on the campus of Texas A&M University. A series of surveys were developed to assess the approximately 515 student participants’ experience attending the conference overall, the organizations at the Career and Graduate School fair, 24 participants’ experience at the Charles E. Williams II Advanced Leadership Institute (ALI), and the 59 attending advisors’ experience. The following report summarizes the results of those surveys.
In July 2016, a survey was developed and delivered to assess DSA staff satisfaction with DoIT customer support, focusing on the areas of workstation, software and end user support. The survey results were intended to provide information regarding the customer satisfaction level which would be used to improve the customer service that the DoIT Service Desk provides to the staff within the Division of Student Affairs. The attached report summarizes the results of the survey..
In order to assist with running the residence halls and university apartments, the Department of Residence Life employs graduate students as Graduate Hall Directors (GHD) to work in the residence hall communities. The Graduate Hall Director works with both the staff and residents to develop a comfortable living and learning environment coinciding with the mission and goals of Texas A&M University. GHDs fill many roles in their communities including conflict mediation, personal and disciplinary advising, student development programming, and supervision for the Resident Advisors (RA).
Graduate Hall Directors have the opportunity to build supervision skills and develop several transferable skills. Residence Life wanted to explore how the GHD position contributed to the Texas A&M University graduate learning outcomes (http://catalog.tamu.edu/graduate/university-information/) and understand how this position impacted graduate students’ educational experience. The attached report summarizes the results of that assessment.
In the fall 2018, MSC Aggie Cinema committee assessed students who attended fall 2018 film events hosted by MSC Aggie Cinema, using the Net Promoter Score. Committee members also wanted to know about student awareness of their MSC Aggie Cinema Loyalty Card. This report presents and summarizes the results of that short survey.
In the fall of 2018, the Student Conduct Office (SCO) within the Offices of the Dean of Student Life determined they wanted to assess the learning and overall experience of students attending the Ethics and Decision Making (EDM) Workshop. In conjunction with Student Life Studies, a paper survey was developed that was distributed to student participants near the end of each workshop. The survey intended to assess whether students could identify and list influences on their values and decisions, and understand strategies for making decisions. The survey also requested participants’ feedback regarding the workbook used in conjunction with the workshop, as well as the effectiveness of the facilitators. The attached report summarizes the survey results from the spring 2019 semester
In the fall of 2018, University Art Galleries wanted to assess their student visitors’ experiences visiting the Forsyth and Stark Galleries. A short electronic survey was developed and sent via email to students who visited the galleries from September 2017 through August 2018. The following report summarizes those survey results.
Memorial Student Center (MSC) Abbott Family Leadership Conference (AFLC) sponsored two separate conferences, one in San Antonio (January 23-27, 2019) and one in Houston (March 20-25, 2018). MSC AFLC also sponsored additional pre-conference events that included all delegates. Different students attended each conference. MSC AFLC addresses four “pillars” in their pre-conference events and at both conferences: ethics, importance of family, service, and values. Evaluations of each conference and surrounding pre-conference events also included assessing delegates’ awareness, knowledge and application of the four pillars as a result of their participation. The following report details the results of those evaluations.
Mi Casa es Su Casa, sponsored by MSC CAMAC, provides an opportunity for students to interact with faculty as the latter provides dinner in their home for the students. This report summarizes the assessment results from the student survey regarding their experiences at three dinners held throughout the 2017-2018 academic year. Generally very positive, the students' indicated they enjoyed the dinners, and the opportunities to connect with other students and professors at Texas A&M. And, because of this experience 98% agreed they were more likely to feel comfortable approaching Texas A&M faculty.