By using data from the Senior Survey and NSSE, Institutional Research was able to examine longitudinal changes in student satisfaction and determine factors associated with student satisfaction.
Free Access Program
One of the benefits of being a student at Case is the ability to visit University Circle museums and instututions free of charge. This report attempts to examine the impact of that program on undergraduate students.
Emerging Leaders Program (ELP)
The Emerging Leaders Program is an intensive leadership development program for Case first-year students. This report utilizes institutional data to examine the types of students who choose to participate in the program and how those students are affected by the program.
Working with the Office of Greek Life, Institutional Research put together a presentation profiling the types of students who join a fraternity or sorority, assessing the impact of Greek participation, and examining the relationship between Greek membership and retention.
Approximately 20% of undergraduates participate in varsity athletics and an even larger number participate in intramural sports. This report uses the 2008 College Senior Survey to examine the relationship between participation in athletics and a number of social and educational outcomes.
Using Participation Records to Evaluate Impact
In a presentation given at the Student Affairs directors retreat, Institutional Research demonstrated how participation records (swipe-card technology, club list-servs, etc) can be used to evaluate the impact of a program or club. This presentation examines the impact of the Career Center, Greek Life, and the Emerging Leaders Program.