CIRP Freshman Survey
The Cooperative Institutional Research Program's freshman survey project is aimed at providing information on the characteristics, educational goals, and aspirations of first-time college students. Case has participated in the national freshman survey project eight times since 1997, most recently in 2012.
Results from the 2010 administration of the survey:
Results from the 2007 administration of the survey:
A profile of students who entered Case in 2007
The changing face of Case first-year students
A comparison of Case first-year students to first-year students at other highly selective research universities
Your First College Year (YFCY)
The Cooperative Institutional Research Program's Your First College Year survey was administered to Case first-year students in the spring of 2011. The survey asks students a series of questions about their first year at the university.
Results from the 2011 Your First College Year Survey: Satisfaction
Results from the 2008 Your First College Year Survey: The Academic Experience
Results from the 2008 Your First College Year Survey: The Co-Curricular Experience
The Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement (BCSSE)
The Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement measures first-year students' high school academic and extra-curricular involvement, as well as their expectations for participation in activities related to student engagement while in college. Click here for a copy of the survey instrument. Incoming first-year students took this survey in 2006 and 2008. These reports examine results from the BCSSE survey:
The BCSSE survey is designed as a companion piece to the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). Click here for previous NSSE survey instruments. As such, responses on the two instruments can be compared, thus providing information about the transition from high school to college. These reports examine the BCSSE and NSSE instruments together: