Research & Assessment
Reports of Interest
JED NASPA Survey
UIC Entering Student Survey
Report on Entering Student Survey 2013
Entering Student Survey Special Reports
More detailed analyses of the Entering Student Survey are available to the UIC campus community. Each report is intended to provide more focused information for specific campus constituencies.
CSEQ Norms Report
This report presents summary data in table form on the College Student Experiences Questionnaire (CSEQ)‚ which was administered to undergraduate students of the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). This instrument measures the quality of student experiences‚ perceptions of the campus environment‚ and progress toward important educational goals.
2010 Student Development Services – New Student and Parent Orientation Program
Commuter Student Engagement
Campus Recreation Facility Use
UIC Campus Dining Usage
Campus Program Analysis
Assessing the Digital Divide Among New Freshmen
This Research Brief examines the divide among entering college students nationwide and at UIC. While computer know-how has increased among all racial/ethnic groups‚ substantial gaps persist. Some UIC programs and initiatives to address this issue are discussed.
Summary Report on the Assessment of Out-of-Class Student Learning at UIC
During the spring of 2004‚ approximately 400 UIC students participated in the CSEQ. Detailed reports of the findings as well as briefs addressing specific aspects of the students’ responses are in development. This initial report of the UIC administration of the CSEQ highlights some general findings from the survey data.
Ujima Program 2003-2004 Pilot Year Report
In the fall term 2003‚ the African American Academic Network (AAAN) piloted the Ujima student-mentoring program targeted at increasing the retention of African American undergraduates at UIC. Based on prior research that documents the connection between retention and engagement in and with the campus community‚ the Ujima program was designed to facilitate an immediate and on-going connection to the campus through faculty and staff mentors. The report reveals a higher one-year retention rate and stronger academic performance for Ujima students compared with African-American non-participants.
Who are the First Generation Students at UIC?: An Examination of the Fall 2002 Beginning Freshman Class
There is much discussion on campus about UIC’s role in educating first generation college students. Using data from the 2002 administration of the Freshman Survey‚ this report provides an estimate of the number of new freshmen who are first generation college students and some information about these students. The data suggest that students with college-educated parents consider more college options by applying to more institutions. In addition‚ they tend to be more confident of their academic abilities‚ and less concerned about financial factors in the completion of their education than their first generation counterparts.
The one-year retention rate is an early indicator of an institution’s success in admitting students for whom the university is a good match. The first year retention is examined for three cohorts of UIC freshmen. Some pre-enrollment characteristics of the students provides a retention and attrition profile.
An Examination of the Transfer Behavior of Students who Left in Good Standing from the Freshman Class of 1998
This report examines the transfer-out and stop-out enrollment patterns of the 1998 freshman cohort. Graduation‚ persistence and transfer data were collected through Spring 2002 (four years from initial enrollment at UIC). Of the 2947 freshmen entering in the Fall of 1998‚ 468 earned a baccalaureate degree at UIC by Spring 2002‚ another 400 students left UIC in good academic standing during the same period. Of these 400‚ 273 transferred to another postsecondary institution‚ 30 of whom earned a baccalaureate degree.
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