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Reports of Interest

Annual Report

OVCSA Annual Reports

UIC Entering Student Survey

The Entering Student Survey (ESS) is a two page instrument designed to gather information about new students’ pre-enrollment attitudes and dispositions; as well as their aspirations and expectations. The Entering Student Survey was developed by UIC administrators and first administered at UIC during the summer of 2008. It is a paper and pencil instrument administered at New Student Orientation sessions. In 2014 a Transfer Student Survey was added to gather similar information about our transfer student population.

First Year Student Survey

Report on Entering Student Survey 2016
Report on Entering Student Survey 2015
Report on Entering Student Survey 2014
Report on Entering Student Survey 2013
Report on Entering Student Survey 2012
Report on Entering Student Survey 2011
Report on Entering Student Survey 2010
Report on Entering Student Survey 2009
Report on Entering Student Survey 2008

Transfer Student Survey

Report on Transfer Student Survey 2016
Report on Transfer Student Survey 2015
Report on Transfer Student Survey 2014

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.

This interactive dashboard created in partnership with the Office of Institutional Research displays the results from the 2011-2015 administration of the Entering Student Survey (ESS). Results are presented as five-year trend reports giving the user the ability to view responses by college, gender, and race/ethnicity. In addition to the five-year trend report, users may select on a single reporting year and view results for all sub-questions for the year selected.
Entering Student Survey 5-Year Trend Dashboard (2011-2015)

The following are additional reports on the 2013 Entering Student Survey:
Report on Entering Student Survey 2013 Sorted by College of Enrollment

The following are additional reports on the 2012 Entering Student Survey:
Report on Entering Student Survey 2012 by College
Report on Entering Student Survey 2012 by Racial/Ethnic Groupings

The following are additional reports on the 2009 Entering Student Survey:
Entering Student Survey 2009: Special Report Prepared for the Honors College with Additional Information on GPPA Students
Special Comparison Report from the 2009 Administration of the UIC Entering Student Survey – Students from Chicago Public Schools
Report on the 2009 Administration of the UIC Entering Student Survey Sorted by College of Enrollment

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.

Norms Report on the 2012 Administration of the CSEQ
Norms Report on the 2010 Administration of the CSEQ
Norms Report on the 2008 UIC Administration of the CSEQ

JED NASPA Survey

JED NASPA Survey – UIC Cohort Summary and Implications

Student Development Services – New Student and Parent Orientation Program

2010 Executive Summary

Commuter Student Engagement

Commuter Student Engagement FY 2010 Analysis
Commuter Student Engagement FY 2009 Analysis

Campus Recreation Facility Use

Campus Rec Facility Usage FY 2010 Analysis

UIC Campus Dining Usage

Dining Services Usage Analysis Fall 2012 Analysis
Dining Services Usage Analysis Fall 2010 Analysis

Campus Program Analysis

Campus Programs Spring 2010 Analysis
Campus Programs Fall 2009 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.

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