Survey Reports

First College Year Experience Survey
Distributed annually to first-year freshmen, this survey asks entering students to assess their college experiences and relay how well the University has met their educational expectations.  This report provides valuable feedback to the University at-large.

Spring 2016      Spring 2015      Spring 2013      Spring 2012 

Graduating Student Survey
Distributed annually to graduating students during the spring semester.  This survey asks graduating students to assess their college experiences and progress; rate their satisfaction with the aspects/services of the University, and to relate their opinions regarding university policies.  The report provides valuable feedback to the administration, faculty and staff of the University. 

Spring 2016      Spring 2015      Spring 2014      Spring 2013      Spring 2012      Spring 2011

Non-Graduating Senior Survey Spring 2013

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
Assesses the extent to which students are engaged in empirically derived good educational practices and what they gain from their college experience (what they are putting into and getting out of their college experience).

Campus Climate Survey
Summaries and tables relating to the campus climate at Sacramento State, particularly with respect to intergroup dialogue regarding issues of diversity on campus.

Fall 2016     Fall 2013      Fall 2007

Alumni Surveys
Used in the effort to assess the quality and effectiveness of Sacramento State educational programs and support services. The results are used by departments and programs in the self-study portions of Academic Program Review.

Community Outreach Surveys
It surveys the community leaders in the areas of arts and culture, economic development, education, human and social services, and public policy to assess the effectiveness of the University's community outreach. The survey results help to determine in what ways Sacramento State is being successful at fulfilling our role as a regional partner and leader in the community.