Wondering how different student population groups feel about life as college students? Student Voice has conducted 16 surveys since its launch in February 2021, and all survey data is open to the public and freely accessible. Click here to explore data from the latest survey on campus safety and security, or click here to access survey results for each subject.
Topics range from students ’mental health to data privacy awareness, and readers can view specific survey questions and detailed results. The survey dashboard allows readers to share answers by university type, race, political inclination and more. The results are released one month after the end of each survey, providing institutional leaders with the information needed to change student needs and institutional goals in real time. The compiled data can help students plan for resource allocation and allocation of support for the 2022-23 academic year and beyond.
The College creates and conducts student voice surveys simultaneously with Pulse Higher Ed inside. Respondents are part of College Pulse’s American College Student Panel, which includes more than 1,500 two- and four-year college and university graduates from more than 1,500 respondents in 50 states. Read more about College Pulse’s method here. The project is made possible with support from Kaplan, with Higher Ed inside Maintain editorial freedom and complete discretion over its coverage.