The University of Iowa has a long history of making changes based on student input:

When we surveyed all undergraduates about their UI experiences in previous years, we gained valuable information about important topics such as:

This survey is a great opportunity to make sure student voices are heard more widely throughout the university. Information from the undergraduate survey in previous years has been reported to every undergraduate degree program on campus, as well as numerous offices that are interested in supporting students -- including:

  • Academic Advising
  • Academic Success and Retention
  • Admissions
  • Center for Diversity and Enrichment
  • Faculty Senate
  • Financial Aid
  • International Student and Scholar Services
  • Information Technology Services (ITS)
  • Office of the President
  • Office of the Provost
  • Office of the Vice President for Student Life
  • Student-Athlete Academic Services
  • UI Student Government (UISG)

For examples of what we learned the last time students took this survey, see "What are students telling us?"
 


Participation in the survey is voluntary and confidential. The survey is open to all degree-seeking students who are age 18 or over.

Students on average take 25-30 minutes to complete the survey. Most students find it easiest to take the survey on a laptop or desktop computer using Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome.

Students who complete the survey will be entered in a weekly prize drawing. Everyone who completes the survey will also be entered in a grand prize drawing at the end of the survey.

 


 

Tell Us More

We invite you to participate in a campus survey that will let us hear from all students about your experiences at UI:


--  SERU  --

for all students in
Bachelor's degree programs


--  gradSERU  --

for all student in
Master's and PhD programs


We are no longer collecting responses for the 2018 surveys.