GCU’s Positivity and Diversity Shine in NSSE Survey Results, With More to Come

Georgian Court University plans to apply results from the 2021 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) to further cultivate a positive campus environment where everyone feels they belong and has ample opportunities for diversity in the classroom and student life. 

Every two years, Georgian Court encourages students to complete the NSSE, a survey of first-year and senior students. The 2021 results reflected the pandemic-related challenges of college life, but respondents expressed some positives as well. “Students said they had fewer interactions with faculty and staff, but at the same time became more independent learners and completed more writing assignments, with interactions about on par with other New Jersey schools,” said Janet Thiel, OSF, Ph.D., Georgian Court’s assistant vice president for university assessment.

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