Penn State Student Experience Survey launches University wide

Penn State is looking to learn from your opinions and experiences in order to improve the student experience.

Last week, the Penn State Student Experience Survey was sent out to a random sample of undergraduate students at all Penn State campuses (with the exception of the World Campus). The goal of the survey is to provide information to all campuses and colleges that will help with strategic planning and programming. This will be accomplished in part by investigating how different student experiences are associated with academic success, however names and other identifying information will not be associated with responses to the survey.

If you were randomly selected to participate, you received an email last week and will receive a reminder each week until you complete the survey or until the survey closes March 21. The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and after participating you will be automatically entered into a drawing for six iPad Airs, nine GoPro cameras or 30 $50 Visa gift cards. Winners will be notified through email by the end of April.

Penn State cares about your experiences and we hope that if you received the survey you will take the time to let us hear about them.

Any questions about the survey can be directed to Adam Christensen, or 814-863-1809, in Student Affairs Research and Assessment.

Media Contacts: 

Adam Christensen

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Director of Student Affairs Research and Assessment


Last Updated April 19, 2017