The UI Senior Exit Survey is administered to all UI undergraduates at the time they file to graduate. This brief survey asks students about their experiences at UI, their participation in selected learning opportunities, and faculty or staff who made a difference for them during their time at UI.
We identified five common academic experiences at UI that give students opportunities to take their learning beyond the boundaries of individual classes. This summary reports the percentage of students participating in each:
We ask students to identify faculty or staff who made a positive difference in their lives during their time as undergraduates. Faculty and staff identified by students are acknowledged in the Daily Iowan near the end of Spring semester each year: 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014
This report demonstrates that students are opting into high impact educational activities at rates much higher than would be expected if they were taking part only to fulfill major requirements. Presented at the 4Cast 2015 Conference: Who is in Control? Students as Creators, Collaborators, and "Consumers" of their Education
This sample report provides an example of Senior Exit Survey information reported annually to undergraduate programs.
Student Open-Text Responses
- I had excellent professors who really cared"
Student Reflections on What Helped Them Learn at UI
- "I made a point to find things I'm passionate about"
Engaging in Learning Opportunities Beyond the Classroom
- "I always felt challenged and encouraged to do my best"
Faculty and Staff Analysis of Open-Ended Senior Survey Responses
- Student Perspectives on the UI Undergraduate Experience
Student Success Team 2012 Fall Retreat