What Students Told Us in 2018
We administered SERU to all degree-seeking undergraduates during Spring 2018. Nearly 20% of students responded, and the profile of respondents was broadly representative of the undergraduate population in terms of academic characteristics, college, race/ethnicity, and year of study.
These Briefs provide quick snapshots of student responses on just a few topics covered by SERU:
- How Students Report Using Their Time
Most students reports spending most of their time on ...
- Student Satisfaction and Interaction with Faculty
What students say about the quality, access, and extent of their interactions with faculty
- Student Employment and Financial Concerns
Average hours of paid employment per week, and effects of employment on student experiences
- Putting Knowledge to Use
How students report using what they are learning, both in and across classes
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Iowa
2018 SERU surveys provided data to support the development of the campus DEI Action Plan
These Briefs offer responses to just a few SERU questions. Other sections of SERU address a wide range of topics, including:
- satisfaction with academic and social experiences
- perceptions of their own learning and development
- future plans for work or further study
- reported obstacles to success
- reflections on their most meaningful learning experience at UI
To view the full set of survey items, visit About the Survey.
To view student responses to other SERU questions, or to explore responses by college, major, class level, or other demographic variables, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What are students telling us?