Faculty Survey of Student Engagement

Thank you for participating in the FSSE Survey! 

SURVEY RESULTS COMING SOON!

 

WHAT IS THE FSSE?

The Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) is a national tool used to collect perceptions and experiences of college instructors related to student learning and development. Since 2003, faculty from almost 900 universities have participated in this survey. YSU participated in the FSSE for the first time in 2018. The FSSE is given alongside the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), a survey that collects first-year and senior YSU students' experiences and perceptions. Before the survey launches, feel free to look at the survey tool and additional topical modules (Academic AdvisingInclusiveness, and Engagement with Cultural Diversity) that will be available on March 23. 

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

All YSU Faculty, including Lecturers (full and part-time) who were active as of 12/2/20 to teach a Spring 2021 course will be invited to participate in the FSSE survey. 

HOW CAN I TAKE THE SURVEY?

Your invitation to participate in the FSSE will be emailed to you on March 23, 2021, along with reminders on March 29, April 1, and April 7. Invitations are administered through a third-party site, so no one at YSU (but you) will know whether or not you have participated in the survey. Your 

HOW IS THE DATA USED?

The results from the FSSE are analyzed by staff in the Institute for Teaching and Learning (ITL) as both a unique set of data and also in relation to data from the NSSE. Data is made available to faculty, as well as used to create reports for recommendations for ITL training and support, as well as recommendations to campus leadership. You can see an example of how FSSE data was used in combination with NSSE data on page 3 of this 2018 Report

Faculty, Staff, & Current YSU Students: Using your YSU credentials, log-in to the OneDrive folder to access past years' NSSE and FSSE survey data disaggregated by the college. 

WHO CAN I CONTACT TO FIND OUT MORE?

Contact staff in the Institute for Teaching and Learning to find out more.