In 2000, the junior CSEQ replaced the Institutional Student Survey (ISS) at Truman. The CSEQ is a George Kuh survey that has been used nationally to help administrators and faculty improve the conditions that contribute to students' learning and development during college.
Beginning in fiscal year 2007, half of the students took the critical thinking modules of the CAAP test combined with the CSEQ, and the remaining half took the Measurement of Academic Proficiency and Performance (MAPP). This created more equity in the time commitment for students taking the 40-minute CAAP and the 30-minute CSEQ with those taking just the 120-minute MAPP.
For the 2007-8 academic year, half of the juniors took the CAAP modules for scientific and quantitative reasoning (N=575), while the other half (N=649) took a quantitative/scientific reasoning instrument designed by the assessment faculty and staff at James Madison University, Virginia. This was part of a larger NSF research grant hosted by JMU investigating the efficacy of use of their instrument over a wide range of institutions with varying mission statements. Included in the study were JMU, Truman State University, Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI), St. Maryâ€™s University (San Antonio, TX) and Virginia State University (Petersburg, VA).
Students enrolled in a Junior Interdisciplinary Seminar (JINS).
Each semester, but currently suspended while piloting James Madison University exam.
Assessment and Testing via the JINS instructors.
CSEQ Research Program
Center for Postsecondary Research
1900 East Tenth Street
Eigenmann Hall 419
Bloomington, IN 47406-7512
The semester following its administration.
The CSEQ measures three general aspects of a studentâ€™s experience: college activities, college environment, and self-reported estimate of gains.
Assessment and Testing, Violette Hall 1130.
Provost's Office, and to the University community through the Assessment Almanac.
(The following are excerpts from each year's Assessment Almanac)
CSEQ Full Results from Fall 2006 and Spring 2007
CSEQ Full Results from Summer 2005, Fall 2005, and Spring 2006
Spring 2002 CSEQ Full Results
Fall 2000, Spring 2001, and Fall 2001 Freshman and Junior CSEQ Narratives
Fall 2000 Descriptions
1997-2000 CSEQ Longitudinal Analysis
Spring 2000 CSEQ Full Results
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