OIRA helps conduct several campus-wide surveys of broad institutional scope on a recurring basis. Results for each administration of these surveys are posted below and are restricted to the Marquette campus. Executive summaries and/or summary reports for many of these surveys are available at: www.marquette.edu/saffairs/assessment/reports
Please note that several of the reports on this page are restricted to campus.
Investigates graduating seniors’ engagement in co-curricular learning experiences at Marquette, experiences with learning outcomes and key mission-related aims of the university, plans for the immediate future, and overall satisfaction with their Marquette education. Administered annually (April).
Administered during New Student Orientation, this survey asks about students' experiences before college, expectations for Marquette, their predicted levels of involvement, learning, and engagement, and their concerns. Administered annually (August).
Examines employment and enrollment in graduate and professional school activities of recent bachelor's degree recipients with the goal of estimating six-month post-graduation outcomes rates. Administered annually (continuous).
Examines post-graduation outcomes of recent Marquette University undergraduate alumni. The survey asks respondents about their current life situation, pursuit of additional education, current employment status, their reflection on institutional learning outcomes, and overall satisfaction with Marquette. Administered every other year (summer).
National instrument that collects information about student participation in programs and activities that are provided for learning and personal development. Administered every three years (spring).
Several surveys conducted between Spring 2011 and Fall 2012 have provided information about student experiences with and perceptions of academic advising at Marquette.
Very similar to the Survey of Graduating Seniors, but administered to students with junior standing.