Who takes it?
All students graduating from ENMU are asked to fill out the Student Satisfaction Survey and we appreciate you taking the time to complete this survey. Please fill out this form and deliver it to Office of the Student Records (SAS 170).
When is it administered?
During graduation application process
How long does it take for the student to complete the instrument?
What type of information is sought?
The mandated survey consists of a section containing 15 questions that ask about the quality of instruction, quality of support services and overall assessment. A second section contains an additional 11 questions that elicit demographic information to gain information about subgroups within the survey cohort.
In its version of the SSS, Eastern has added four question to the first section. Those questions relate to Eastern’s mission and general education student learning objectives by asking students to rate their satisfaction with learning at Eastern with regard to (a) their ability to communicate and explain ideas, (b) their ability to work in a group, (c) their ability to think critically and creatively, and (d) their knowledge of the world at large.
Which office administers it?
The survey is available from your record’s clerk or online.
Who originates the survey?
The Student Satisfaction Survey (SSS) is an assessment instrument that is mandated by the New Mexico Commission on Higher Education (CHE) to be completed by seniors scheduled to graduate from New Mexico universities. CHE mandates that the survey be conducted once every two years; however, Eastern conducts it every semester.
When are results typically available?
The semester following completion
From whom are the results available?
Assessment Resource Office or Office of Planning and Analysis
Are the results available by division or discipline?
Are the results comparable to data of other universities?
Yes, with New Mexico higher education institutions