Student Voice: The College Experience
Students share their experiences with and thoughts on new-student orientation, campus involvement in extracurriculars and events, and related technology.
Student Voice results show that students with certain advantages are more likely to have held leadership positions on campus than peers. Here’s why that matters and what institutions can do to help boost students’ leadership creds.
Student Voice survey data on new-student orientation experiences indicate that summer bridge program participants who are first generation feel more comfortable accessing resources, more prepared for college and more socially connected than other first-gen and even continuing-generation students.
Students tend to rate their orientation experiences highly, according to a new Student Voice survey. Yet data suggest modality matters in student satisfaction, and there’s a gap between what students want from orientation and what they’re getting out of it.
Learn what boosts and limits student participation in campus extracurriculars and events in this preview of findings from the newest Student Voice survey. Hint: timing and location of events matter, as do advertising and promotion.