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1 NSSE 2017 Frequencies and Statistical Comparisons Please note: The layout of this file is optimized for printing and PDF creation, not on-screen viewing. When the Excel version is viewed on screen, some cells appear to contain truncated text or misplaced line breaks. This is due to differences in Excel between on-screen display and what appears in print or PDF. IPEDS:

2 About This Report The Frequencies and Statistical Comparisons report presents item-by-item student responses and statistical comparisons that allow you to examine patterns of similarity and difference between your students and those at your comparison group institutions. The report uses information from all randomly selected or census-administered students. The display below highlights important details in the report to keep in mind when interpreting your results. For more information please visit our website (nsse.indiana.edu) or contact a member of the NSSE team. 1. Class level: As reported by your institution. 2. Item numbers: Numbering corresponds to the survey facsimile included in your Institutional Report and available on the NSSE website and variable names: Survey items are in the same order and wording as they appear on the instrument. names are included for easy reference to your data file and codebook Values and response options: Values are used to calculate means. Response options are worded as they appear on the instrument. Count and column percentage (%): The Count column contains the number of students who selected the corresponding response option. The column percentage is the weighted percentage of students selecting the corresponding response option Note: Column percentages and statistics are weighted by institutionreported sex and enrollment status. Comparison group statistics are also weighted by institutional size. Counts are unweighted and cannot be used to replicate column percentages. For details visit: nsse.indiana.edu/html/weighting.cfm Statistical comparisons: Items with mean differences that are larger than would be expected by chance are noted with asterisks referring to three significance levels (*p <.05, **p <.01, ***p <.001). Significance levels indicate the probability that an observed difference is due to chance. Statistical significance does not guarantee the result is substantive or important. Large sample sizes tend to generate more statistically significant results even though the magnitude of mean differences may be inconsequential. Consult effect sizes (see #7) to judge the practical meaning of differences. Unless otherwise noted, statistical comparisons are two-tailed independent t -tests. Exceptions are items 11 a-f which are compared using a z -test. 7. size: size indicates practical significance. An effect size of.2 is often considered small,.5 moderate, and.8 large. A positive effect size indicates that your institution s mean was greater than that of the comparison group, thus showing a favorable result for your institution. A negative effect size indicates your institution lags behind the comparison group, suggesting that the student behavior or institutional practice represented by the item may warrant attention. sizes for independent t -tests use Cohen's d; z - tests use Cohen's h. Cohen's d is calculated by dividing the mean difference by the pooled standard deviation. Cohen's h is calculated by taking the difference in the proportion of students who responded Done or in progress after the proportion has been transformed using a non-linear (arcsine) transformation. See: Cohen, J. (1988). Statistical power analysis for the behavioral sciences (2nd edition). New York: Psychology Press. 8. Key to symbols: Your students average was significantly higher (p <.05) with an effect size at least.3 in magnitude. Your students average was significantly higher (p <.05) with an effect size less than.3 in magnitude. Your students average was significantly lower (p <.05) with an effect size less than.3 in magnitude. Your students average was significantly lower (p <.05) with an effect size at least.3 in magnitude. Note: It is important to interpret the direction of differences relative to item wording and your institutional context. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 2

3 First-Year Students 1. During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? a. Asked questions or askquest 1 Never ,189 4 contributed to course 2 Sometimes , , , discussions in other ways Often , , , *** Very often , , Total , , , b. Prepared two or more drafts 1 Never , drafts of a paper or 2 Sometimes , , , assignment before turning it in 3 Often , , *** *** ***.45 4 Very often , , Total , , , c. Come to class without unpreparedr 1 Very often ,951 5 completing readings or (Reverse-coded 2 Often , , assignments version of 3 Sometimes , , , * *** unprepared 4 Never , , created by NSSE.) Total , , , d. Attended an art exhibit, attendart 1 Never , , , play, or other arts 2 Sometimes , , , performance (dance, music, etc.) 3 Often , , *** *** *** Very often ,700 8 Total , , , e. Asked another student CLaskhelp 1 Never , to help you understand 2 Sometimes , , , course material 3 Often , , , * Very often , , Total , , , f. Explained course CLexplain 1 Never ,671 6 material to one or more 2 Sometimes , , , students Your first-year students compared with 3 Often , , , * *** * Very often , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 3

4 First-Year Students g. Prepared for exams by CLstudy 1 Never , discussing or working through course material with other students 2 Sometimes , , , Your first-year students compared with Often , , *** * Very often , , Total , , , h. Worked with other CLproject 1 Never ,928 9 students on course 2 Sometimes , , , projects or assignments 3 Often , , , * ** ***.16 4 Very often , , Total , , , i. Given a course present 1 Never , presentation 2 Sometimes , , , During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? 3 Often , , *** *** ***.46 4 Very often , , Total , , , a. Combined ideas from RIintegrate 1 Never ,435 9 different courses when 2 Sometimes , , , completing assignments 3 Often , , , Very often , , Total , , , b. Connected your RIsocietal 1 Never , learning to societal 2 Sometimes , , , problems or issues 3 Often , , , * *.08 4 Very often , , Total , , , c. Included diverse RIdiverse 1 Never , perspectives (political, 2 Sometimes , , , religious, racial/ethnic, gender, etc.) in course 3 Often , , , *** *** ***.24 discussions or 4 Very often , , assignments Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 4

5 First-Year Students d. Examined the strengths RIownview 1 Never ,297 5 and weaknesses of 2 Sometimes , , your own views on a topic or issue 4 Very often , , Your first-year students compared with Often , , , Total , , , e. Tried to better RIperspect 1 Never ,165 3 understand someone 2 Sometimes , , else's views by imagining how an issue 3 Often , , , looks from their 4 Very often , , perspective Total , , , f. Learned something that RInewview 1 Never ,668 3 changed the way you 2 Sometimes , , understand an issue or concept 3 Often , , , * **.11 4 Very often , , Total , , , g. Connected ideas from RIconnect 1 Never ,131 2 your courses to your 2 Sometimes , , prior experiences and knowledge 3 Often , , , Very often , , During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? Total , , , a. Talked about career SFcareer 1 Never , , plans with a faculty 2 Sometimes , , , member 3 Often , , * Very often , Total , , , b. Worked with a faculty SFotherwork 1 Never , , , member on activities 2 Sometimes , , other than coursework (committees, student groups, etc.) 3 Often , ** Very often ,024 6 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 5

6 First-Year Students c. Discussed course SFdiscuss 1 Never , , , topics, ideas, or concepts with a faculty member outside of class 2 Sometimes , , , Your first-year students compared with Often , , * * *** Very often ,688 7 Total , , , d. Discussed your SFperform 1 Never , , academic performance 2 Sometimes , , , with a faculty member 3 Often , , *** Very often ,023 8 Total , , , During the current school year, how much has your coursework emphasized the following? a. Memorizing course memorize 1 Very little ,882 4 material 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , , Very much , , Total , , , b. Applying facts, HOapply 1 Very little ,938 4 theories, or methods to 2 Some , , practical problems or new situations 3 Quite a bit , , , ** ** Very much , , Total , , , c. Analyzing an idea, HOanalyze 1 Very little ,287 4 experience, or line of 2 Some , , reasoning in depth by examining its parts 3 Quite a bit , , , Very much , , Total , , , d. Evaluating a point of HOevaluate 1 Very little ,070 4 view, decision, or 2 Some , , information source 3 Quite a bit , , , ** *** ***.18 4 Very much , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 6

7 First-Year Students e. Forming a new idea or HOform 1 Very little ,434 4 understanding from 2 Some , , various pieces of information 4 Very much , , Your first-year students compared with Quite a bit , , , ** *** During the current school year, to what extent have your instructors done the following? Total , , , a. Clearly explained ETgoals 1 Very little ,591 2 course goals and 2 Some , , requirements 3 Quite a bit , , , *** * ***.17 4 Very much , , Total , , , b. Taught course sessions ETorganize 1 Very little ,965 3 in an organized way 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , , *** **.11 4 Very much , , Total , , , c. Used examples or ETexample 1 Very little ,296 4 illustrations to explain 2 Some , , difficult points 3 Quite a bit , , , ** * **.12 4 Very much , , Total , , , d. Provided feedback on a ETdraftfb 1 Very little ,205 8 draft or work in 2 Some , , progress 3 Quite a bit , , , *** *** ***.42 4 Very much , , Total , , , e. Provided prompt and ETfeedback 1 Very little ,929 8 detailed feedback on 2 Some , , , tests or completed assignments 3 Quite a bit , , , *** *** ***.24 4 Very much , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 7

8 First-Year Students 6. During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? Your first-year students compared with a. Reached conclusions QRconclude 1 Never , based on your own 2 Sometimes , , , analysis of numerical 3 Often , , , information (numbers, 4 Very often , graphs, statistics, etc.) Total , , , b. Used numerical QRproblem 1 Never , , information to examine 2 Sometimes , , , a real-world problem or issue (unemployment, 3 Often , , * climate change, public 4 Very often , health, etc.) Total , , , c. Evaluated what others QRevaluate 1 Never , , have concluded from 2 Sometimes , , , numerical information 3 Often , , Very often ,121 9 Total , , , During the current school year, about how many papers, reports, or other writing tasks of the following lengths have you been assigned? (Include those not yet completed.) a. Up to 5 pages wrshortnum 0 None ,045 6 (Recoded version of wrshort created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of papers, reports, etc.) , , , , , , *** *** , , More than ,350 5 Total , , , b. Between 6 and 10 wrmednum 0 None , , , pages (Recoded version , , of wrmed created , , by NSSE. Values , *** *.11 are estimated ,266 2 number of papers, reports, etc.) 23 More than ,054 1 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 8

9 First-Year Students c. 11 pages or more wrlongnum 0 None , , , Estimated number of assigned pages of student writing. (Recoded version of wrlong created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of papers, reports, etc.) wrpages , ,877 3 Your first-year students compared with , *.13.9 * , More than (Continuous variable, recoded and summed by NSSE from wrshort, wrmed, and wrlong. Values are estimated pages of assigned writing.) Total , , , During the current school year, about how often have you had discussions with people from the following groups? a. People of a race or DDrace 1 Never ,786 5 ethnicity other than 2 Sometimes , , your own *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS *** **.14 3 Often , , *** *** * Very often , , , Total , , , b. People from an DDeconomic 1 Never ,111 5 economic background 2 Sometimes , , other than your own 3 Often , , *** *** *** Very often , , , Total , , , c. People with religious DDreligion 1 Never ,514 7 beliefs other than your 2 Sometimes , , own 3 Often , , *** *** *** Very often , , , Total , , , d. People with political DDpolitical 1 Never ,232 6 views other than your 2 Sometimes , , own 3 Often , , *** *** *** Very often , , , Total , , ,

10 First-Year Students 9. During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? Your first-year students compared with a. Identified key LSreading 1 Never ,319 2 information from 2 Sometimes , , reading assignments 3 Often , , , * Very often , , Total , , , b. Reviewed your notes LSnotes 1 Never ,789 5 after class 2 Sometimes , , Often , , Very often , , Total , , , c. Summarized what you LSsummary 1 Never ,399 6 learned in class or from 2 Sometimes , , course materials 3 Often , , , Very often , , Total , , , During the current school year, to what extent have your courses challenged you to do your best work? challenge 11. Which of the following have you done or do you plan to do before you graduate? f (Means indicate the percentage who responded "Done or in progress.") 1 Not at all , , , , * , , , , Very much , , Total , , , a. Participate in an intern Have not decided , internship, co-op, field Do not plan to do ,734 5 experience, student teaching, or clinical placement Plan to do , , , % 6% % *** % ** -.15 Done or in progress ,455 8 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 10

11 First-Year Students b. Hold a formal leader Have not decided , , leadership role in a student organization or group (Means indicate the percentage who responded "Done or in progress.") Do not plan to do , , Your first-year students compared with Plan to do , , , % 8% *** % *** % *** -.30 Done or in progress , Total , , , c. Participate in a learning learncom Have not decided , , community or some (Means indicate Do not plan to do , , other formal program the percentage where groups of who responded students take two or "Done or in more classes together progress.") Plan to do , , % 13% *** % *** % *** -.28 Done or in progress , Total , , , d. Participate in a study abroad Have not decided , , abroad program (Means indicate Do not plan to do , , the percentage Plan to do , , , % 2% % % -.07 who responded Done or in progress ,319 3 "Done or in progress.") Total , , , e. Work with a faculty research Have not decided , , member on a research project Do not plan to do , , (Means indicate the percentage who responded "Done or in progress.") Plan to do , , % 3% * % ** % ** -.16 Done or in progress ,699 5 Total , , , f. Complete a culminating capstone Have not decided , , senior experience (Means indicate Do not plan to do , (capstone course, the percentage Plan to do , , , % 2% % % -.01 senior project or thesis, who responded comprehensive exam, Done or in progress ,092 2 "Done or in portfolio, etc.) Total , , , progress.") 12. About how many of your courses at this institution have included a community-based project (service-learning)? servcourse 1 None , , , Some , , Most , *** *** ***.34 4 All ,288 2 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 11

12 First-Year Students 13. Indicate the quality of your interactions with the following people at your institution. a. Students QIstudent 1 Poor , , , , Your first-year students compared with , , ** *** *** , , Excellent , , Not applicable ,003 1 Total , , , b. Academic advisors QIadvisor 1 Poor , , , , , , * ** *** , , Excellent , , Not applicable ,308 2 Total , , , c. Faculty QIfaculty 1 Poor , , , , , , *** *** *** , , Excellent , Not applicable ,164 1 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 12

13 First-Year Students d. Student services staff QIstaff 1 Poor ,921 4 (career services, ,720 4 student activities, ,884 7 housing, etc.) , Your first-year students compared with , , *** *** *** , Excellent , Not applicable , Total , , , e. Other administrative QIadmin 1 Poor ,484 4 staff and offices ,159 5 (registrar, financial aid, ,459 8 etc.) , How much does your institution emphasize the following? , , * *** , , Excellent , Not applicable ,014 7 Total , , , a. Spending significant empstudy 1 Very little ,994 2 amounts of time 2 Some , , studying and on academic work 3 Quite a bit , , , * ** Very much , , Total , , , b. Providing support to SEacademic 1 Very little ,301 4 help students succeed 2 Some , , academically 3 Quite a bit , , , *** *** *** Very much , , Total , , , c. Using learning support SElearnsup 1 Very little ,464 6 services (tutoring 2 Some , , services, writing center, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , ** ** *** Very much , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 13

14 First-Year Students d. Encouraging contact SEdiverse 1 Very little , among students from 2 Some , , different backgrounds (social, racial/ethnic, religious, etc.) 4 Very much , , Total , , , Your first-year students compared with Quite a bit , , *.08 e. Providing opportunities SEsocial 1 Very little ,488 6 to be involved socially 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , , * *** *** Very much , , Total , , , f. Providing support for SEwellness 1 Very little ,045 7 your overall well-being 2 Some , , (recreation, health care, counseling, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , *** *** ** Very much , , Total , , , g. Helping you manage SEnonacad 1 Very little , , your non-academic 2 Some , , responsibilities (work, family, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , Very much , Total , , , h. Attending campus SEactivities 1 Very little , activities and events 2 Some , , (performing arts, athletic events, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , *** *** *** Very much , , Total , , , i. Attending events that SEevents 1 Very little , address important 2 Some , , social, economic, or political issues 3 Quite a bit , , ** Very much , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 14

15 First-Year Students 15. About how many hours do you spend in a typical 7-day week doing the following? a. Preparing for class tmprephrs 0 0 hrs (studying, reading, (Recoded version hrs , writing, doing of tmprep created hrs , , homework or lab work, by NSSE. Values hrs , , analyzing data, are estimated rehearsing, and other number of hours academic activities) per week.) Your first-year students compared with hrs , , * *** hrs , hrs , More than 30 hrs ,777 6 Total , , , b. Participating in cocurricular activities tmcocurrhrs 0 0 hrs , , (Recoded version hrs , , (organizations, campus of tmcocurr hrs , publications, student created by NSSE hrs ,570 9 government, fraternity Values are or sorority, estimated number intercollegiate or of hours per intramural sports, etc.) week.) hrs , *** *** *** hrs , hrs , More than 30 hrs ,597 1 Total , , , c. Working for pay tmworkonhrs 0 0 hrs , , , on campus (Recoded version hrs ,111 4 of tmworkon hrs ,691 7 created by NSSE hrs ,893 5 Values are estimated number of hours per week.) hrs , * *** *** hrs , hrs More than 30 hrs ,027 1 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 15

16 First-Year Students d. Working for pay tmworkoffhrs 0 0 hrs , , , off campus Estimated number of hours working for pay (Recoded version of tmworkoff created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of hours per week.) tmworkhrs (Continuous variable created by NSSE) hrs , hrs , hrs ,063 5 Your first-year students compared with hrs , hrs , hrs , More than 30 hrs ,626 6 Total , , , Total , , , More than 30 hrs ,438 6 Total , , , * *** ** -.13 e. Doing community tmservicehrs 0 0 hrs , , , service or volunteer (Recoded version hrs , , work of tmservice hrs ,351 7 created by NSSE hrs ,360 3 Values are hrs , estimated number hrs ,378 1 of hours per hrs week.) 33 More than 30 hrs f. Relaxing and tmrelaxhrs 0 0 hrs ,701 2 socializing (time with (Recoded version hrs , , friends, video games, of tmrelax created hrs , , TV or videos, keeping by NSSE. Values hrs , , up with friends online, are estimated etc.) hrs , number of hours hrs ,055 6 per week.) hrs ,377 3 *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 16

17 First-Year Students g. Providing care for tmcarehrs 0 0 hrs , , , dependents (children, parents, etc.) (Recoded version of tmcare created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of hours per week.) hrs , hrs , hrs ,064 3 Your first-year students compared with hrs , *** *** *** hrs , hrs More than 30 hrs ,676 4 Total , , , h. Commuting to campus tmcommutehrs 0 0 hrs , , (driving, walking, etc.) (Recoded version hrs , , of tmcommute hrs , , created by NSSE hrs ,344 5 Values are estimated number of hours per week.) hrs , *** *** *** hrs , hrs More than 30 hrs ,291 1 Total , , , Of the time you spend preparing for class in a typical 7-day week, about how much is on assigned reading? reading 1 Very little , Some , , About half , , *** *** ***.24 4 Most , , Almost all ,934 7 Total , , , tmreadinghrs (Continuous variable created by NSSE. Calculated as a proportion of tmprephrs based on reading, where Very little=.10; Some=.25; About half=.50; Most=.75; Almost all=.90) * *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 17

18 First-Year Students tmreadinghrscol 1 0 hrs (Collapsed version of tmreadinghrs created by NSSE.) More than zero, up to 5 hrs More than 5, up to 10 hrs More than 10, up to 15 hrs More than 15, up to 20 hrs More than 20, up to 25 hrs , , , , , , , , More than 25 hrs ,728 1 Total , , , How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development in the following areas? a. Writing clearly and pgwrite 1 Very little ,661 7 effectively 2 Some , , Your first-year students compared with Quite a bit , , , *** *** ***.24 4 Very much , , Total , , , b. Speaking clearly and pgspeak 1 Very little , effectively 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , *** *** ***.40 4 Very much , , Total , , , c. Thinking critically and pgthink 1 Very little ,107 4 analytically 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , , ** *.10 4 Very much , , Total , , , d. Analyzing numerical pganalyze 1 Very little , and statistical 2 Some , , information 3 Quite a bit , , **.12 4 Very much , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 18

19 First-Year Students e. Acquiring job- or work- pgwork 1 Very little , related knowledge and skills 2 Some , , Your first-year students compared with Quite a bit , , * ** Very much , Total , , , f. Working effectively pgothers 1 Very little ,550 7 with others 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , * *** ***.20 4 Very much , , Total , , , g. Developing or pgvalues 1 Very little , clarifying a personal 2 Some , , code of values and ethics 3 Quite a bit , , * *.08 4 Very much , , Total , , , h. Understanding people pgdiverse 1 Very little , of other backgrounds 2 Some , , (economic, racial/ethnic, political, 3 Quite a bit , , * *** ***.27 religious, nationality, 4 Very much , , etc.) Total , , , i. Solving complex realworld pgprobsolve 1 Very little , problems 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , Very much , , Total , , , j. Being an informed and pgcitizen 1 Very little , active citizen 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , **.11 4 Very much , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 19

20 First-Year Students 18. How would you evaluate your entire educational experience at this institution? evalexp 1 Poor , Fair , Your first-year students compared with Good , , , *** *** *** Excellent , , Total , , , If you could start over again, would you go to the same institution you are now attending? sameinst 1 Definitely no , Probably no , Probably yes , , , *** *** *** Definitely yes , , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 20

21 Seniors 1. During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? a. Asked questions or askquest 1 Never ,660 3 contributed to course 2 Sometimes , , , discussions in other ways Often , , , * *** Very often , , , Total , , , b. Prepared two or more drafts 1 Never , , , drafts of a paper or 2 Sometimes , , , assignment before turning it in 3 Often , , , ** *** **.12 4 Very often , , Total , , , c. Come to class without unpreparedr 1 Very often ,124 6 completing readings or 2 Often , , assignments (Reverse-coded version of unprepared created by NSSE.) 3 Sometimes , , , * Never , , , Total , , , d. Attended an art exhibit, attendart 1 Never , , , play, or other arts 2 Sometimes , , , performance (dance, music, etc.) 3 Often , , *** *** Very often ,486 7 Total , , , e. Asked another student CLaskhelp 1 Never , , to help you understand 2 Sometimes , , , course material 3 Often , , , ***.16 4 Very often , , Total , , , f. Explained course CLexplain 1 Never ,414 7 material to one or more 2 Sometimes , , , students 3 Often , , , ** ***.17 4 Very often , , , Total , , , Your seniors compared with *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 21

22 Seniors g. Prepared for exams by CLstudy 1 Never , , discussing or working 2 Sometimes , , , through course material with other students 4 Very often , , , Your seniors compared with Often , , , * *** ***.24 Total , , , h. Worked with other CLproject 1 Never ,506 8 students on course 2 Sometimes , , , projects or assignments 3 Often , , , *** *** ***.35 4 Very often , , , Total , , , i. Given a course present 1 Never , presentation 2 Sometimes , , , During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? 3 Often , , , *** *** ***.46 4 Very often , , , Total , , , a. Combined ideas from RIintegrate 1 Never ,443 4 different courses when 2 Sometimes , , , completing assignments 3 Often , , , *** *** ***.17 4 Very often , , , Total , , , b. Connected your RIsocietal 1 Never ,811 7 learning to societal 2 Sometimes , , , problems or issues 3 Often , , , *** *** ***.27 4 Very often , , , Total , , , c. Included diverse RIdiverse 1 Never , , perspectives (political, 2 Sometimes , , , religious, racial/ethnic, gender, etc.) in course discussions or assignments 3 Often , , , *** *** ***.26 4 Very often , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 22

23 Seniors d. Examined the strengths RIownview 1 Never ,141 5 and weaknesses of 2 Sometimes , , , your own views on a topic or issue 4 Very often , , , Your seniors compared with Often , , , *** *** **.10 Total , , , e. Tried to better RIperspect 1 Never ,421 3 understand someone 2 Sometimes , , , else's views by imagining how an issue 3 Often , , , * ** ***.14 looks from their 4 Very often , , , perspective Total , , , f. Learned something that RInewview 1 Never ,759 2 changed the way you 2 Sometimes , , , understand an issue or concept 3 Often , , , ** *** ***.15 4 Very often , , , Total , , , g. Connected ideas from RIconnect 1 Never ,729 1 your courses to your 2 Sometimes , , prior experiences and knowledge 3 Often , , , * * Very often , , , During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? Total , , , a. Talked about career SFcareer 1 Never , , , plans with a faculty 2 Sometimes , , , member 3 Often , , , *** *** Very often , , Total , , , b. Worked with a faculty SFotherwork 1 Never , , , member on activities 2 Sometimes , , , other than coursework (committees, student 3 Often , , * groups, etc.) 4 Very often , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 23

24 Seniors c. Discussed course SFdiscuss 1 Never , , , topics, ideas, or 2 Sometimes , , , concepts with a faculty member outside of class 4 Very often , , Total , , , Your seniors compared with Often , , d. Discussed your SFperform 1 Never , , , academic performance 2 Sometimes , , , with a faculty member 3 Often , , * ** Very often , , Total , , , During the current school year, how much has your coursework emphasized the following? a. Memorizing course memorize 1 Very little ,827 9 material 2 Some , , , Quite a bit , , , * *** ***.25 4 Very much , , , Total , , , b. Applying facts, HOapply 1 Very little ,036 3 theories, or methods to 2 Some , , practical problems or new situations 3 Quite a bit , , , * ** Very much , , , Total , , , c. Analyzing an idea, HOanalyze 1 Very little ,925 4 experience, or line of 2 Some , , , reasoning in depth by examining its parts 3 Quite a bit , , , * ** *.09 4 Very much , , , Total , , , d. Evaluating a point of HOevaluate 1 Very little ,316 6 view, decision, or 2 Some , , , information source 3 Quite a bit , , , ** *** ***.13 4 Very much , , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 24

25 Seniors e. Forming a new idea or HOform 1 Very little ,275 5 understanding from 2 Some , , , various pieces of information 4 Very much , , , Your seniors compared with Quite a bit , , , * During the current school year, to what extent have your instructors done the following? Total , , , a. Clearly explained ETgoals 1 Very little ,230 2 course goals and 2 Some , , requirements 3 Quite a bit , , , Very much , , , Total , , , b. Taught course sessions ETorganize 1 Very little ,831 3 in an organized way 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , , Very much , , , Total , , , c. Used examples or ETexample 1 Very little ,908 4 illustrations to explain 2 Some , , , difficult points 3 Quite a bit , , , ** Very much , , , Total , , , d. Provided feedback on a ETdraftfb 1 Very little , , draft or work in 2 Some , , , progress 3 Quite a bit , , , ** *** **.11 4 Very much , , , Total , , , e. Provided prompt and ETfeedback 1 Very little , ,055 8 detailed feedback on 2 Some , , , tests or completed assignments 3 Quite a bit , , , * * Very much , , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 25

26 Seniors 6. During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? a. Reached conclusions QRconclude 1 Never , , based on your own 2 Sometimes , , , analysis of numerical information (numbers, graphs, statistics, etc.) Your seniors compared with Often , , , * Very often , , Total , , , b. Used numerical QRproblem 1 Never , , information to examine 2 Sometimes , , , a real-world problem or issue (unemployment, 3 Often , , , climate change, public 4 Very often , , health, etc.) Total , , , c. Evaluated what others QRevaluate 1 Never , , have concluded from 2 Sometimes , , , numerical information 3 Often , , , Very often , , Total , , , During the current school year, about how many papers, reports, or other writing tasks of the following lengths have you been assigned? (Include those not yet completed.) a. Up to 5 pages wrshortnum 0 None ,961 6 (Recoded version of wrshort created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of papers, reports, etc.) , , , , , , , , *** *** *** , , , More than ,354 9 Total , , , b. Between 6 and 10 wrmednum 0 None , , , pages (Recoded version , , , of wrmed created , , by NSSE. Values are estimated number of papers, reports, etc.) , , *** *** *** , , More than ,095 2 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 26

27 Seniors c. 11 pages or more wrlongnum 0 None , , , Estimated number of assigned pages of student writing. (Recoded version of wrlong created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of papers, reports, etc.) wrpages , , , , , Your seniors compared with , *** *** *** , , More than ,924 1 (Continuous variable, recoded and summed by NSSE from wrshort, wrmed, and wrlong. Values are estimated pages of assigned writing.) Total , , , During the current school year, about how often have you had discussions with people from the following groups? *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS *** *** ***.33 a. People of a race or DDrace 1 Never ,315 5 ethnicity other than 2 Sometimes , , your own 3 Often , , , ***.23 4 Very often , , , Total , , , b. People from an DDeconomic 1 Never ,202 5 economic background 2 Sometimes , , other than your own 3 Often , , , Very often , , , Total , , , c. People with religious DDreligion 1 Never ,345 6 beliefs other than your 2 Sometimes , , own 3 Often , , , ** Very often , , , Total , , , d. People with political DDpolitical 1 Never ,070 6 views other than your 2 Sometimes , , , own 3 Often , , , *** ** Very often , , , Total , , ,

28 Seniors 9. During the current school year, about how often have you done the following? Your seniors compared with a. Identified key LSreading 1 Never ,694 2 information from 2 Sometimes , , reading assignments 3 Often , , , ** Very often , , , Total , , , b. Reviewed your notes LSnotes 1 Never ,875 8 after class 2 Sometimes , , , Often , , , Very often , , , Total , , , c. Summarized what you LSsummary 1 Never ,513 7 learned in class or from 2 Sometimes , , , course materials 3 Often , , , Very often , , , Total , , , During the current school year, to what extent have your courses challenged you to do your best work? challenge 11. Which of the following have you done or do you plan to do before you graduate? f 1 Not at all , , , , , * ** , , , , , , Very much , , , Total , , , a. Participate in an intern Have not decided , , internship, co-op, field (Means indicate Do not plan to do , , experience, student the percentage Plan to do , , , % 40% ***.18 38% ***.23 49%.00 teaching, or clinical who responded placement Done or in progress , , , "Done or in Total , , , progress.") *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 28

29 Seniors b. Hold a formal leader Have not decided , , leadership role in a student organization or group (Means indicate the percentage who responded "Done or in progress.") Do not plan to do , , , Your seniors compared with Plan to do , , % 25% % % *** -.22 Done or in progress , , , Total , , , c. Participate in a learning learncom Have not decided , , community or some (Means indicate Do not plan to do , , , other formal program the percentage Plan to do , , % 21%.04 21%.05 23%.00 where groups of who responded students take two or Done or in progress , , "Done or in more classes together Total , , , progress.") d. Participate in a study abroad Have not decided , , abroad program (Means indicate Do not plan to do , , , the percentage who responded "Done or in progress.") Plan to do , , % 6% ** % *** % *** -.38 Done or in progress , Total , , , e. Work with a faculty research Have not decided , , member on a research project Do not plan to do , , , (Means indicate the percentage who responded "Done or in progress.") Plan to do , , % 16% % % *** -.20 Done or in progress , , Total , , , f. Complete a culminating capstone Have not decided , , senior experience (Means indicate Do not plan to do , , , (capstone course, the percentage Plan to do , , , % 39% ***.15 39% ***.15 45%.02 senior project or thesis, who responded comprehensive exam, Done or in progress , , , "Done or in portfolio, etc.) Total , , , progress.") 12. About how many of your courses at this institution have included a community-based project (service-learning)? servcourse 1 None , , , Some , , , Most , , *** *** ***.35 4 All ,846 2 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 29

30 Seniors 13. Indicate the quality of your interactions with the following people at your institution. a. Students QIstudent 1 Poor , , , , , Your seniors compared with , , , ** , , , Excellent , , , Not applicable ,755 2 Total , , , b. Academic advisors QIadvisor 1 Poor , , , , , , , , *** , , Excellent , , , Not applicable ,042 2 Total , , , c. Faculty QIfaculty 1 Poor , , , , , , , , *** , , , Excellent , , , Not applicable ,061 1 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 30

31 Seniors d. Student services staff QIstaff 1 Poor ,651 5 (career services, ,552 5 student activities, ,748 7 housing, etc.) , , Your seniors compared with , , * *** , , Excellent , , Not applicable , , Total , , , e. Other administrative QIadmin 1 Poor ,822 5 staff and offices ,586 5 (registrar, financial aid, , ,811 8 etc.) , , How much does your institution emphasize the following? , , *** * *** , , Excellent , , Not applicable ,318 6 Total , , , a. Spending significant empstudy 1 Very little ,845 2 amounts of time 2 Some , , studying and on 3 Quite a bit , , , academic work 4 Very much , , , Total , , , b. Providing support to SEacademic 1 Very little ,145 5 help students succeed 2 Some , , , academically 3 Quite a bit , , , ** * *** Very much , , , Total , , , c. Using learning support SElearnsup 1 Very little , ,776 9 services (tutoring 2 Some , , , services, writing center, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , , *** *** *** Very much , , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 31

32 Seniors d. Encouraging contact SEdiverse 1 Very little , , among students from 2 Some , , , different backgrounds (social, racial/ethnic, religious, etc.) 4 Very much , , , Total , , , Your seniors compared with Quite a bit , , , * ***.20 e. Providing opportunities SEsocial 1 Very little ,895 9 to be involved socially 2 Some , , , Quite a bit , , , *** Very much , , , Total , , , f. Providing support for SEwellness 1 Very little , , your overall well-being 2 Some , , , (recreation, health care, counseling, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , , *** *** ** Very much , , , Total , , , g. Helping you manage SEnonacad 1 Very little , , , your non-academic 2 Some , , , responsibilities (work, family, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , * * Very much , , Total , , , h. Attending campus SEactivities 1 Very little , , activities and events 2 Some , , , (performing arts, athletic events, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , , *** *** *** Very much , , , Total , , , i. Attending events that SEevents 1 Very little , , address important 2 Some , , , social, economic, or political issues 3 Quite a bit , , , Very much , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 32

33 Seniors 15. About how many hours do you spend in a typical 7-day week doing the following? a. Preparing for class tmprephrs 0 0 hrs ,046 0 (studying, reading, (Recoded version hrs , , writing, doing of tmprep created hrs , , , homework or lab work, by NSSE. Values hrs , , analyzing data, are estimated rehearsing, and other number of hours academic activities) per week.) Your seniors compared with hrs , , * ** hrs , , hrs , More than 30 hrs ,625 9 Total , , , b. Participating in cocurricular activities tmcocurrhrs 0 0 hrs , , , (Recoded version hrs , , , (organizations, campus of tmcocurr hrs , , publications, student created by NSSE hrs ,610 7 government, fraternity Values are or sorority, estimated number intercollegiate or of hours per intramural sports, etc.) week.) hrs , *** hrs , hrs , More than 30 hrs ,191 2 Total , , , c. Working for pay tmworkonhrs 0 0 hrs , , , on campus (Recoded version hrs ,352 4 of tmworkon hrs ,465 8 created by NSSE hrs ,123 6 Values are estimated number of hours per week.) hrs , *** *** hrs , hrs , More than 30 hrs ,956 1 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 33

34 Seniors d. Working for pay tmworkoffhrs 0 0 hrs , , , off campus Estimated number of hours working for pay (Recoded version of tmworkoff created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of hours per week.) tmworkhrs (Continuous variable created by NSSE) hrs , hrs , hrs ,208 6 Your seniors compared with hrs , , * *** hrs , , hrs , More than 30 hrs , , Total , , , Total , , , e. Doing community tmservicehrs 0 0 hrs , , , service or volunteer (Recoded version hrs , , , work of tmservice hrs , ,264 9 created by NSSE hrs ,312 4 Values are hrs , *** *** ***.29 estimated number hrs ,453 1 of hours per hrs ,090 0 week.) 33 More than 30 hrs ,379 1 f. Relaxing and tmrelaxhrs 0 0 hrs ,925 3 socializing (time with hrs , , , friends, video games, hrs , , , TV or videos, keeping hrs , , up with friends online, etc.) (Recoded version of tmrelax created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of hours per week.) hrs , , * *** hrs , hrs , More than 30 hrs ,948 4 Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 34

35 Seniors g. Providing care for tmcarehrs 0 0 hrs , , , dependents (children, parents, etc.) (Recoded version of tmcare created by NSSE. Values are estimated number of hours per week.) hrs , , hrs , hrs ,118 3 Your seniors compared with hrs , * hrs , hrs , More than 30 hrs , Total , , , h. Commuting to campus tmcommutehrs 0 0 hrs , (driving, walking, etc.) (Recoded version hrs , , , of tmcommute hrs , , , created by NSSE hrs , ,659 6 Values are estimated number of hours per week.) hrs , *** *** *** hrs , hrs , More than 30 hrs ,233 2 Total , , , Of the time you spend preparing for class in a typical 7-day week, about how much is on assigned reading? reading 1 Very little , , Some , , , About half , , , *** *** ***.22 4 Most , , Almost all , ,099 9 Total , , , tmreadinghrs (Continuous variable created by NSSE. Calculated as a proportion of tmprephrs based on reading, where Very little=.10; Some=.25; About half=.50; Most=.75; Almost all=.90) *** *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 35

36 Seniors tmreadinghrscol 1 0 hrs ,025 0 (Collapsed version of tmreadinghrs created by NSSE.) More than zero, up to 5 hrs More than 5, up to 10 hrs More than 10, up to 15 hrs More than 15, up to 20 hrs More than 20, up to 25 hrs , , , , , , , , , , More than 25 hrs ,608 2 Total , , , How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development in the following areas? a. Writing clearly and pgwrite 1 Very little ,007 6 effectively 2 Some , , Your seniors compared with Quite a bit , , , *** *** ***.16 4 Very much , , , Total , , , b. Speaking clearly and pgspeak 1 Very little ,357 8 effectively 2 Some , , , Quite a bit , , , *** *** ***.21 4 Very much , , , Total , , , c. Thinking critically and pgthink 1 Very little ,939 3 analytically 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , , * ** Very much , , , Total , , , d. Analyzing numerical pganalyze 1 Very little , and statistical 2 Some , , , information 3 Quite a bit , , , Very much , , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 36

37 Seniors e. Acquiring job- or workrelated pgwork 1 Very little , ,781 9 knowledge and 2 Some , , , skills Your seniors compared with Quite a bit , , , Very much , , , Total , , , f. Working effectively pgothers 1 Very little ,431 6 with others 2 Some , , Quite a bit , , , ** *** ***.17 4 Very much , , , Total , , , g. Developing or pgvalues 1 Very little , , clarifying a personal 2 Some , , , code of values and ethics 3 Quite a bit , , , *** *** ***.20 4 Very much , , , Total , , , h. Understanding people pgdiverse 1 Very little , of other backgrounds 2 Some , , (economic, racial/ethnic, political, religious, nationality, etc.) 3 Quite a bit , , , *** *** ***.35 4 Very much , , , Total , , , i. Solving complex realworld pgprobsolve 1 Very little , problems 2 Some , , , Quite a bit , , , ** *** ***.13 4 Very much , , , Total , , , j. Being an informed and pgcitizen 1 Very little , , active citizen 2 Some , , , Quite a bit , , , *** *** ***.27 4 Very much , , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 37

38 Seniors 18. How would you evaluate your entire educational experience at this institution? evalexp 1 Poor , Fair , , Your seniors compared with Good , , , *** Excellent , , , Total , , , If you could start over again, would you go to the same institution you are now attending? sameinst 1 Definitely no , Probably no , , Probably yes , , , *** ** *** Definitely yes , , , Total , , , *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001 (2-tailed); Refer to p. 2 for key to triangle symbols. See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 38

39 First-Year Students Name N Detailed Statistics g Mean Standard error h Standard deviation i Degrees of freedom j Significance k a. askquest ,011 1, , b. drafts , c. unpreparedr ,961 1, d. attendart ,930 4, , e. CLaskhelp ,932 4, , f. CLexplain ,921 4, , g. CLstudy ,900 4, h. CLproject ,880 1, i. present ,867 4, , a. RIintegrate ,829 4, , b. RIsocietal ,817 4, , c. RIdiverse ,791 4, , d. RIownview ,734 3, , e. RIperspect ,716 3, , f. RInewview ,667 1, g. RIconnect ,629 3, , a. SFcareer ,632 3, , b. SFotherwork ,614 3, , c. SFdiscuss ,576 3, d. SFperform ,573 3, , a. memorize ,556 3, b. HOapply ,535 3, , c. HOanalyze ,509 3, , d. HOevaluate ,504 1, e. HOform ,491 3, a. ETgoals b. ETorganize c. ETexample d. ETdraftfb , e. ETfeedback California State Comparisons with: 2017 California State Comparisons with: 2017 California State Comparisons with: 2017 See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 39

40 First-Year Students Name N Detailed Statistics g Mean Standard error h Standard deviation i Degrees of freedom j Significance k California State Comparisons with: 2017 California State Comparisons with: 2017 California State Comparisons with: 6 a. QRconclude ,426 3, , b. QRproblem ,410 3, , c. QRevaluate ,414 3, , a. wrshortnum ,830 3, b. wrmednum c. wrlongnum wrpages a. DDrace , b. DDeconomic , c. DDreligion d. DDpolitical , a. LSreading , , b. LSnotes ,701 3, , c. LSsummary ,677 3, , challenge ,663 3, , a. intern l b. leader l c. learncom l d. abroad l e. research l f. capstone l servcourse a. QIstudent ,511 3, , b. QIadvisor ,305 3, , c. QIfaculty d. QIstaff e. QIadmin ,108 3, a. empstudy , b. SEacademic ,205 3, , c. SElearnsup ,211 3, , See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 40

41 First-Year Students Name N Detailed Statistics g Mean Standard error h Standard deviation i Degrees of freedom j Significance k California State Comparisons with: 2017 California State Comparisons with: 2017 California State Comparisons with: d. SEdiverse ,203 3, , e. SEsocial f. SEwellness g. SEnonacad ,180 3, , h. SEactivities i. SEevents ,171 3, , a. tmprephrs , , b. tmcocurrhrs c. tmworkonhrs , d. tmworkoffhrs tmworkhrs e. tmservicehrs ,147 3, f. tmrelaxhrs g. tmcarehrs h. tmcommutehrs , reading tmreadinghrs , a. pgwrite b. pgspeak c. pgthink ,112 3, , d. pganalyze e. pgwork , f. pgothers g. pgvalues h. pgdiverse i. pgprobsolve ,097 3, , j. pgcitizen evalexp , sameinst , IPEDS: See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 41

42 Seniors Name N Mean Standard error h Standard deviation i Degrees of freedom j Significance k Detailed Statistics g 1 a. askquest , , b. drafts , , c. unpreparedr , d. attendart , e. CLaskhelp ,782 9, , f. CLexplain g. CLstudy h. CLproject , i. present a. RIintegrate , b. RIsocietal c. RIdiverse d. RIownview e. RIperspect ,381 8, , f. RInewview ,318 8, , g. RIconnect ,278 8, , a. SFcareer ,304 8, , b. SFotherwork ,265 8, , c. SFdiscuss ,213 8, , d. SFperform ,217 8, , a. memorize b. HOapply ,155 8, , c. HOanalyze , , d. HOevaluate , e. HOform ,048 8, , a. ETgoals ,023 8, , b. ETorganize ,001 8, , c. ETexample ,992 8, , d. ETdraftfb e. ETfeedback , , California State Comparisons with: Comparisons with: Comparisons with: 2017 California State 2017 California State 2017 See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 42

43 Seniors Name N Mean Standard error h Standard deviation i Degrees of freedom j Significance k Detailed Statistics g California State Comparisons with: Comparisons with: Comparisons with: 6 a. QRconclude ,923 8, , b. QRproblem ,924 8, , c. QRevaluate ,965 8, , a. wrshortnum , b. wrmednum c. wrlongnum wrpages a. DDrace ,614 8, , b. DDeconomic ,574 8, , c. DDreligion ,572 8, , d. DDpolitical , a. LSreading ,505 8, , b. LSnotes ,500 8, c. LSsummary challenge , a. intern l b. leader l c. learncom l d. abroad l e. research l f. capstone l servcourse a. QIstudent , , b. QIadvisor , , c. QIfaculty ,129 7, d. QIstaff ,444 6, , e. QIadmin ,398 7, , a. empstudy ,759 7, , b. SEacademic ,674 7, c. SElearnsup , California State 2017 California State 2017 See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 43

44 Seniors Name N Mean Standard error h Standard deviation i Degrees of freedom j Significance k Detailed Statistics g California State Comparisons with: Comparisons with: Comparisons with: d. SEdiverse e. SEsocial ,667 7, , f. SEwellness ,642 7, , g. SEnonacad , h. SEactivities ,611 7, i. SEevents ,625 7, , a. tmprephrs ,591 7, b. tmcocurrhrs ,563 7, c. tmworkonhrs , d. tmworkoffhrs , tmworkhrs e. tmservicehrs f. tmrelaxhrs , g. tmcarehrs ,510 7, h. tmcommutehrs reading ,501 7, , tmreadinghrs , , a. pgwrite , , b. pgspeak , c. pgthink ,473 7, , d. pganalyze ,468 7, , e. pgwork ,466 7, , f. pgothers ,444 7, , g. pgvalues h. pgdiverse , i. pgprobsolve , , j. pgcitizen evalexp sameinst , California State 2017 California State 2017 IPEDS: See the endnotes on the last page of this report. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 44

45 Endnotes a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Column percentages are weighted by institution-reported sex and enrollment status (and institution size for comparison groups). Percentages may not sum to 100 due to rounding. Counts are unweighted; column percentages cannot be replicated from counts. All statistics are weighted by institution-reported sex and enrollment status (and institution size for comparison groups). Means calculated from ordered response options (e.g., Very often, Often, Sometimes, Never) assume equal intervals and should be interpreted with caution. Unless otherwise noted, statistical comparisons are two-tailed independent t -tests. Exceptions are the dichotomous High-Impact Practice items (11a to 11f) which are compared using a z -test. Items which make up the Engagement Indicators include the following two-letter prefixes: CL = Collaborative Learning, DD = Discussions with Diverse Others, ET = ive Teaching Practices, HO = Higher-Order Learning, LS = Learning Strategies, QI = Quality of Interactions, QR = Quantitative Reasoning, RI = Reflective & Integrative Learning, SE = Supportive Environment, and SF = Student-Faculty Interaction. These are the values used to calculate means. For the majority of items, these values match the codes in the data file and codebook. For items estimating number of papers and hours per week, the values represent actual units using the midpoints of response option ranges and an estimate for unbounded options. size for independent t -tests uses Cohen's d; z -tests use Cohen's h. See page 2 for more details. Statistical comparison uses z -test to compare the percentage who responded "Done or in progress." Statistics are weighted by institution-reported sex and enrollment status (and institution size for comparison groups). Standard error of the mean for ordered and continuous variables; standard error of the proportion for items indicating Done or in progress (High-Impact Practices). The 95% confidence interval is equal to the sample mean plus or minus 1.96 times the standard error of the mean. i. A measure of the amount individual scores deviate from the mean of all the scores in the distribution. j. Degrees of freedom used to compute the t -tests. Values differ from Ns due to weighting and whether equal variances were assumed. k. Statistical comparisons are two-tailed independent t -tests or z -tests. Statistical significance represents the probability that the difference between your students' mean and that of the comparison group is due to chance. l. Mean represents the proportion who responded Done or in progress. NSSE 2017 FREQUENCIES AND STATISTICAL COMPARISONS 45

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