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NSSE

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The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE, pronounced "nessie") surveys first-year and senior students at participating colleges and universities on a range of topics, such as classroom experiences, level of interaction with peers and faculty, the nature of coursework, and self-assessment of their educational development. An extensive research literature relates these topics, particular classroom activities and specific faculty and peer practices, to high-quality undergraduate outcomes. NSSE results identify various experiences in teaching and learning at CSU, Dominguez Hills and allow benchmarking against groups of institutions that share similar missions and characteristics.

NSSE Reports

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CSUDH 2012 NSSE Survey Results: Comparisons of Five Benchmarks of Effective Educational PracticesPDF
CSUDH 2012 NSSE Survey Results: First-Year Student ResponsesPDF
CSUDH 2012 NSSE Survey Results: Senior Student ResponsesPDF
CSUDH 2010 NSSE Survey Results: Comparisons of Five Benchmarks of Effective Educational PracticesPDF
CSUDH 2010 NSSE Survey Results: First-Year Student ResponsesPDF
CSUDH 2010 NSSE Survey Results: Senior Student ResponsesPDF
CSUDH 2010 NSSE/FSSE Comparison of items related to Student Learning Outcomes: First-Year Student ResponsesPDF
CSUDH 2010 NSSE/FSSE Comparison of items related to Student Learning Outcomes: Senior Student ResponsesPDF
CSUDH 2007 NSSE/FSSE Comparison of items related to Student Learning Outcomes: First-Year Student ResponsesPDF
CSUDH 2007 NSSE/FSSE Comparison of items related to Student Learning Outcomes: Senior Student ResponsesPDF


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