Survey for Current Undergraduates of 4-year Colleges and
Some Quick Demographics
Please be honest & objective :
all "A+'s" do not provide useful information
· Your Department
This bunch is one friendly crew.
Everyone in your field works together for common understanding and progress; grades are secondary -- not cut-throat for every last point.
Teaching faculty is available & helpful to you -- not absorbed into personal research.
Your department environment fosters creativity and innovation -- not mindless drones.
The school work you do provides applicable experience & education -- not simply busywork.
Scholastic success (exams, homework, projects, etc.) is dependent upon understanding -- not 'random' or dependent upon being able to 'work the system'.
Quality of Program (Major)
Your major & education at this University has been worth your time and money.
· The University
Perceived Campus Safety
You feel safe both day and night.
University Resource Use
University resources provide opportunities for students, through facilities and programs, to learn and grow -- instead of being spent on 'proUniversity' propaganda.
This University is beautifully planned with abounding trees and flowers -- not haphazardly placed concrete.
Windows are fixed, bathrooms kept in order, lights replaced -- nothing is in a 'falling apart' condition.
· Social / Interactive
This University treats you as a person, not just as a number in the factory.
There is a great social life and atmosphere, party every night.
Extracurriculars (sports, clubs, student groups, etc ) are easy to get involved with -- not exclusive or of low quality.
There are many things to do in your city -- not a small, isolated campus with no night life.
How challenging is the course work to you?
How much did you expect to be challenged in your course work?
What % of the Faculty (Prof/TA/GSI) did not speak English to your satisfaction?
Given the chance to go to a different University, would you? (Disregarding friends)
Please feel free to elaborate on any previous topics. Try to say what you expected
and what you got. Also feel free to offer any advice that you think High school students/parents
might find useful in choosing a college -- now that you've been through the whole process. --Thanks
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