Institutional Surveys

HSC Student Satisfaction Survey

The HSC Student Satisfaction Survey has been administered annually since 2007 to evaluate students’ overall level of satisfaction with a variety of elements of campus life and to determine opportunities for improvement in academic, co-curricular, and operational programs.   The survey addresses academics, educational program services, educational satisfaction, instructional facilities and services, Canvas Learning Platform, Student and Academic Affairs programs and services, Student Health Clinic services, and other institutional offices.  The academic programs administer the Student Satisfaction Survey. Planning and Decision Support develops the surveys, coordinates the survey process, analyzes results, and delivers survey reports.

Campus Cultural Assessment

Hanover Research administered its Campus Cultural Assessment to HSC faculty, staff, and students. The purpose of the assessment was to capture the perceptions of HSC community members in equity-related areas to help inform HSC’s next steps in strengthening a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion. https://insite.unthsc.edu/rise/

UNT Gallup Engagement Survey Results

The Gallup Q12 Engagement survey is a tool that measures performance management needs, employee motivation and psychological commitment. This annual inquiry provides employees with an opportunity to anonymously share input on what it’s like to work for the UNT System or one of our member institutions.

American College Health Association National College Health Assessment II Survey Results

The ACHA-National College Health Assessment II (ACHA-NCHA II) is a national research survey organized by the American College Health Association (ACHA) to assist college health service providers, health educators, counselors, and administrators in collecting data about their students' habits, behaviors, and perceptions on the most prevalent health topics.

Campus Climate Survey

The EAB Campus Climate Survey Instrument assesses students’ perceptions of and experiences with diversity and inclusion and/or campus sexual violence. Institutions customize the content and structure of their campus climate survey to best address their priorities. Through the survey data, institutions can better understand students’ perceptions and experiences, identify strengths and areas for improvement, and measure year-over-year progress on key initiatives. This survey was developed using best practice recommendations from leading subject matter experts in diversity and inclusion and sexual violence issues, survey design experts, and available policy recommendations.