New Student Program Evaluation
HigherEdResearch.com

Overview: This simple evaluation tool, designed to evaluate the traditional fall orientation program, helps you identify which of the goals of your New Student Program are most important to students and how effective you are at achieving those goals as well as satisfaction and attendance at the various events offered by your program. This web-based "quik survey"℠ is designed to be simple, effective and deliver exceptional value for your institution. The instrument is designed to be succinct to ensure higher response rates and reduce information overload. Comparative data helps put your results into perspective. An optional customizable comparison report allows you to select a custom comparison group from the participant list in the current year. (minimum of 4 different participants, maximum of 6) The custom comparison group can be re-selected as often as necessary.
Service: Participation in the online Evaluation of New Student Programs.
Survey Launch: Fall 2019 (August 12, 2019-October 18, 2019)
Registration Deadline: Deadline Extended September 30, 2019
Past Participants: Arcadia University, Cabrini College, Drexel University, Holy Family University, Immaculata University, Keuka College, LaSalle University, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Neumann University, Philadelphia University, Queen's University, Rowan University, University of the Arts, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Widener University.
Cost: $499 for institutions with Fall 2018 freshman class less than 1,000
$549 for institutions with Fall 2018 freshman class greater than 1,000
What you get:
  • You get a unique URL for your institution, linking respondents to your institution's custom built online version of the evaluation, featuring your institution's logo and color scheme. Most items are institution specific questions that you set based on program goals and objectives and program events.
  • Comparison data on standard goals, attendance and overall program satisfaction to help put the success of your program into prospective.
  • An option to have students submit their student ID or other unique identifier to validate. Using this validation scheme, you will be able to link your student responses with valuable institutional data and limit responders to one response per student.
  • A password protected administration screen where you can monitor real time response rates, view summary results and comparison data, customize your evaluation items, download your evaluation data, and see a summary of open-ended comments.
  • Rapid turnaround of evaluation data. Most survey data can be gathered in less than 2 weeks and you'll instantly have live access to the evaluation data.
 Sample Evaluation:  http://www.higheredresearch.com/newstudents/sample/admin/sample.asp
 What you have to do:
  1. Complete the Registration form below.
  2. Pay your HigherEdResearch.com bill (by Credit Card or Invoice).
  3. HigherEdResearch.com will set up your account and email you with a password.
  4. Log in and customize your evaluation.
  5. Email your students. (Follow-up mailings recommended)
  6. View the results, download and analyze the collected data.

 

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