Surveys of Kenyon Students
Kenyon students are periodically invited to participate in surveys to share their opinions about and experiences at Kenyon. The results of these surveys are available below.Senior Survey 2012 Results
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) collects information from first-year students and seniors about their participation in programs and activities that institutions provide for their learning and personal development. The results help Kenyon understand the undergraduate experience in and out of the classroom, both areas where the student experience is strong and positive and areas for improvement. Kenyon participates in the NSSE every three years.
NSSE results from multiple years can be found on the dedicated NSSE Survey page.
The Measuring Information Services Outcomes (MISO) survey originated in 2005 to measure interest in and satisfaction with the services offerd by merged information service organizations at colleges and universities. Unlike more traditionally sturctured organizations, merged information service organizations combine the management of technology and computing services and library services. As such, these organizations offer many and varied services. Kenyon has participated in MISO twice in 2005-06 and 2008-09.
CIRP Freshman Survey (TFS)
The Cooperative Institutional Research Forum annually run the Freshman Survey, though Kenyon implements the survey during orientation every even numbered year. The purpose of the instrument is to get a snapshot of the incoming class in regard to their prior experiences and behaviors, current values and goals, and expectations for college.