- Survey Schedule
Southeastern has a well-established survey program. The schedule provides information on what surveys have been done in the past year and what is scheduled to take place in the next four years. This schedule is subject to change based on the needs of the university.
- ACT Surveys
Each Spring since 2000, Southeastern has participated in the ACT Student Opinion Survey as part of the Board of Regents effectiveness measures. The survey covers a variety of areas and services on campus. Campus units can use the results of the survey for program improvement and institutional effectiveness.
- Alumni Surveys
Every other year, Alumni Surveys are conducted. Both Baccalaureate alumni and Masters alumni are surveyed. The survey covers their satisfaction with their degree program, perceptions of Southeastern, their graduate/professional education, employment, professional activities, and their overall satisfaction with Southeastern.
- Campus Computing Surveys
Every year Southeastern participates in the national Campus Computing Survey which is part of the Campus Computing Project. These reports contain Southeastern's responses to the survey as well as comparative data.
- Current Student Surveys
Each year, a Current Student Survey is administered to a random sample of students. The survey covers a variety of areas and services on campus, including but not limited to Student Affairs, Sims Memorial Library, Technology, Academic Services and others. Campus units can use the results of the survey for program improvement and institutional effectiveness.
- Employer Surveys
Every other year, Alumni Surveys are conducted. As part of the Alumni Surveys, respondents are asked to provide contact information for their supervisor. Based on that information an Employer Survey is conducted which asks how prepared Southeastern graduates were in a variety of areas.
- Entering Freshmen Surveys
During Orientation, all students are required to complete the Entering Freshman Survey. This survey contains questions about why students chose Southeastern, what influenced their decision, personal and social development, confidence in general education skills, and demographic information. The results are compiled and report on an annual basis.
- Exit Surveys
Every student who graduates from Southeastern is required to complete the on-line Exit Survey. This survey contains a set of general questions that are asked of all graduates and a set of questions which are specific to the individual majors. The questions are specifically related to the students major are do not include any general education questions. The results are compiled and report on an annual basis.
- Extender Students Surveys
Provides the results of surveys of students who are still enrolled as on undergraduate more than four years after starting Southeastern.
- Faculty & Staff Surveys
Every 2-3 years a survey is conducted of all full-time faculty and staff. The major purpose of the survey is to provide data for various departments on campus for use in institutional effectiveness.
- National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)/ Faculty Survey of Student Engagement
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) asks Freshmen and Seniors about their experiences with a variety of educational practices that research has linked to better student learning. Southeastern participated in NSSE in 2002 and 2003. The Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) asks faculty how much their students engage in the same type of practices and how important they think the practices are. FSSE was first pilot tested in Spring 2003, and Southeastern was one of only 143 schools nation-wide who participated in the pilot.
- Ruffalo Noel Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI)
- Beginning in Spring 2013 the University of Louisiana System Office provided resources to all 9 institutions to administer the SSI to students. Southeastern administered this survey to a sample of undergraduate and graduate students. The survey measured student satisfaction (Sat.) and rating of importance (Imp.) for 9 areas of university life. Students were asked to rate 63 items using scale of 1(lowest) through 7(highest).