Surveys & Reports

The Office of IEPR participates in a variety of surveys and data collections each year. Some summaries of recent surveys and reports are available below while others are available by request. 

Institutional Surveys

 Audience Survey Frequency Survey Administrator 
Undergraduate Students Nat'l Survey of Student Engagement 3 years Office of IEPR
Faculty Faculty Survey of Student Engagement 5 years Office of IEPR
Alumni Alumni Survey 5 years Alumni Relations
Graduating Students Graduating Student Survey Every fall and spring Alumni Relations
Graduating Students First Destination/Job Placement  Every semester Career Development
Adult Students Adult Learner Survey 3 years University College
Veteran Students Veteran's Survey Annual Veteran's & Family Cnt
Undergraduate Students MTEngage Survey (QEP) Every fall and spring MTEngage Office
Undergraduate Students Graduating Senior Survey (GSS) Every fall and spring Office of IEPR

 

External Surveys & Data Collections

IPEDS Collection Summaries 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16
12-Month Enrollment [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Academic Libraries [pdf] [pdf] N/A
Admissions [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Completions [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Fall Enrollment [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Finanace [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Graduation Rates [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Graduation Rates 200% [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Human Resources [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Outcome Measures [pdf] [pdf] N/A
Student Financial Aid [pdf] [pdf] [pdf]
Data Feedback Report   [pdf]  [pdf]  [pdf]

 

Graduating Senior Survey

Since 1997, Middle Tennessee State University has administered a survey annually to spring semester graduating seniors. Beginning fall 2009, the Graduating Senior survey is administered to the fall and spring graduating seniors. The purpose of the survey is to obtain information regarding the students' educational experiences and future plans. The survey instrument is divided into five sections: (1) background information, (2) employment data, (3) plans following graduation, (4) student support services, and (5) satisfaction with general studies and their academic program.