The Office of Institutional Research conducts a variety of surveys and studies, surveying alumni, current students, faculty, and staff. Click here for the schedule of surveys throughout the year. Click here for information about conducting your own survey of Kenyon students.
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Fosnacht, K., Sarraf, S., Howe, E., & Peck, L. (2013, May). How important are high response rates for college surveys? In annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Long Beach, CA.
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Goyder, J., Warriner, K., & Miller, S. (2002). Evaluating socio-economic status (SES) bias in survey nonresponse. Journal of Official Statistics, 18(1), 1-11.
Smith, W. G. (2008). Does gender influence online survey participation?: A record-linkage analysis of university faculty online survey response behavior. ERIC.