Surveys

Alumni Survey

The University of New Hampshire has administered a Recent Alumni Questionnaire to its alums since the seventies.  Beginning with the class of 1998 (survey administered in 2000), the questionnaire underwent expansive revision, both in question content and in format, adapting it to a scanned instrument.  Results since then have been posted online.Beginning with the 2005 administration, the survey was sent only to undergraduate alumni.  Some respondents had earned a graduate degree between the degree awarded snapshot date and the date of survey administration.  To be consistent with previous displays, only those indicating they earned a bachelor’s degree are included in the tables.

Download the Survey Form 
Class of 2006 (All Responses)  
Class of 2004 (All Responses  |  Bachelor Responses)
Class of 2002 (All Responses  |  Bachelor Responses  |  All Undergraduate Responses  |  Graduate Responses)
Class of 2001 (All Responses  |  Bachelor Responses  |  All Undergraduate Responses  |  Graduate Responses)
Class of 2000 (All Responses  |  Bachelor Responses  |  All Undergraduate Responses  |  Graduate Responses)
Classes of 2000 - 2007 (Questionnaire Results, Single Display)

National Survey of Student Engagement

UNH is among hundreds of colleges and universities nationwide that have begun to administer the NSSE to freshman and senior students.  This survey collects information about students'participation in university programs and activities intended to foster their learning and personal development, providing an estimate of what they gain from attending college here. In the results below, summary statistics of UNH student responses are presented, paired with those of other schools' responses, item by item as well as by 10 "Engagement Indicattors" and 6 "High-Impact Practices" factors.

NSSE 2013

Survey Instrument

Summary Report

Frequencies & Statistical Comparisons

Engagement Indicators

High-Impact Practices 

 

NSSE 2014

Survey Instrument

Summary Report

Frequencies & Statistical Comparisons

Engagement Indicators

High-Impact Practices

 

NSSE 2015

Survey Instrument

Summary Report

Frequencies & Statistical Comparisons

Engagement Indicators

High-Impact Practices

 

College Freshman Survey* (CFS)

College Senior Survey* (CSS)

*Surveys conducted in accordance with the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP).

 If you have any questions about either the CFS or CSS, please contact Mary Essley at mary.essley@unh.edu.