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Student Learning at the First-year and Senior Level: 2021 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Results

As reported in the 2021 National Survey of Student Engagement – Summary of Key Evidence for UCORE, results from the 2021 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) indicate that most WSU seniors (87%) have considerable confidence in their ability to complete tasks requiring clear writing

In addition to Written Communication, results from the 2021 NSSE also provide indirect evidence of student learning on Critical & Creative Thinking, Oral Communication, Quantitative ReasoningDiversity, and Integrative Learning at the first-year and senior levels for UCORE assessment—see the 2021 NSSE Summary of Key Evidence for UCORE for more information. For additional NSSE results from WSU’s past three administrations, in the context of UCORE assessment, see the 2021 Biennial UCORE Assessment Summary of Student Achievement. » More …

Student Learning at the First-Year and Senior Level: 2019 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Results

As reported in the 2019 National Survey of Student Engagement – Summary of Key Evidence for UCORE, results from the 2019 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) indicate that nearly all WSU seniors responding to NSSE have considerable confidence in their ability to complete tasks requiring critical thinking (94%) and creative thinking (93%)

In addition to Critical and Creative Thinking, results from the 2019 NSSE also provide indirect evidence of student learning on Information Literacy, Communication, Quantitative ReasoningDiversity, and Depth, Breadth & Integration of Learning at the first-year and senior levels for UCORE assessment—see the 2019 NSSE Summary of Key Evidence for UCORE for more information. » More …

Student Learning at the First-Year and Senior Level: 2017 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Results

As reported in the 2017 National Survey of Student Engagement Summary of Key Evidence for UCORE, results from the 2017 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) indicated that 91% of seniors reported having “very much” or “quite a bit” of confidence in their ability to complete tasks requiring critical thinking and analysis of arguments and information. In addition to Critical and Creative Thinking, results from the 2017 NSSE also provided indirect evidence of student learning on Quantitative Reasoning, Communication, Diversity, and Depth, Breadth & Integration of Learning at the first-year and senior levels.  » More …

Student Learning at the First-Year and Senior Level: 2014 & 2015 Combined National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Results

As reported in the 2014 & 2015 National Survey of Student Engagement Summary of Key Evidence for UCORE, results from the 2014 & 2015 Combined National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) indicated that 84% of seniors felt their experience at WSU contributed to their knowledge, skills, and personal development in thinking critically and analytically “very much” or “quite a bit”. In addition to Critical and Creative Thinking, results from the 2014 & 2015 NSSE also provided indirect evidence of student learning on Quantitative Reasoning, Information LiteracyCommunicationDiversity, and Depth, Breadth & Integration of Learning at the first-year and senior levels. » More …