Missouri State University

NSSE Reports and Data

The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) was first given at Missouri State University in 2007.  This survey is now given every three years to a cross-section of first-year and senior students at Missouri State University to provide a better understanding of student changes in engagement over time.  The NSSE includes 85 questions that were designed to measure various aspects of student engagement.  Among these areas are five benchmarks of effective educational practice as listed below.  For more information on the National Survey of Student Engagement, please visit the NSSE website.

NSSE Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice

  • Level of Academic Challenge (LAC)
  • Active and Collaborative Learning (ACL)
  • Student-Faculty Interaction (SFI)
  • Enriching Educational Experiences (EEE)
  • Supportive Campus Environment (SCE)

 

The 2012 NSSE Results

NSSE 2012- MSU Overall Mean and Frequency Reports

NSSE 2012- MSU Benchmark Scores by College and Department

NSSE 2012- MSU Comparison Groups

NSSE 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2012- MSU Comparisons

Official 2012 NSSE results for all participating organizations

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Previous MSU NSSE Reports (2007-2009)

NSSE 2007- MSU Benchmark Scores by College and Department

NSSE 2008- MSU Benchmark Scores by College and Department

NSSE 2009- MSU Benchmark Scores by College and Department

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