The Division of Student Affairs administers various student surveys to learn more about the student experience and to collect data that informs planning, resource allocation, educational outreach, and program development. Faculty and staff are encouraged to access the survey reports and consider use of the data in their own work at the university. Customized presentations about the data are also available to the campus community. Student Affairs is constantly evaluating which surveys we administer; feedback is always welcome regarding the survey offerings. Questions or requests for presentations should be sent to Dr. George Still, email@example.com.
The iBelong project utilizes the Culturally Engaging Campus Environments Survey (CECE). The CECE survey is based on a conceptual framework identifying external and internal factors that impact student success. Some of these include family, finances, employment, demographics, initial academic dispositions, academic preparation, and features of campus environments that shape student success. The factors associated with culturally engaging environments are divided into two areas: Cultural Relevance or relevance to cultural backgrounds and Cultural Responsiveness or campus supports. UNCG has completed two administrations of the survey. The First in 2019 and the second in 2023.
Coming Soon 2023 UNCG CECE Undergraduate Campus Climate Survey Report
The ACHA-National College Health Assessment (NCHA) gathers data about students’ health habits, behaviors, and perceptions. The ACHA-NCHA offers a way for you to map the widest range of health issues:
There are also a number of established scales, including:
Coming Soon 2023 Data
The Healthy Minds Network’s annual web-based survey study examining mental health, service utilization, and related issues among undergraduate and graduate students. HMN’s survey research provides a detailed look at the prevalence of mental health outcomes, knowledge and attitudes about mental health and service utilization. HMS emphasizes understanding help-seeking behavior, examining stigma, knowledge, and other potential barriers to mental health service utilization.