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1 CIRP College Senior Survey 2010 Graduating Seniors Whatsamatta University N=231and National Data N=23,607 Higher Education Research Institute, University of California at Los Angeles

2 College Senior Survey The College Senior Survey examines the impact of college by collecting information on important outcomes of college and the experiences and student traits that lead towards greater gains in both cognitive and affective areas.The College Senior Survey examines the impact of college by collecting information on important outcomes of college and the experiences and student traits that lead towards greater gains in both cognitive and affective areas. This presentation is designed to provide a visual executive summary of the results.This presentation is designed to provide a visual executive summary of the results. Higher Education Research Institute, University of California at Los Angeles

3 Return to contents 3 Presentation Summary Demographics Academic Outcomes Habits of Mind (construct) Academic Self-Concept (construct) Academic Outcomes (theme) Academic Environment Student-Faculty Interaction (construct) Interaction with Faculty (theme) Academic Disengagement (construct) Active and Collaborative Learning (theme) Written and Oral Communication (theme) Satisfaction Overall Satisfaction (construct) Satisfaction with Coursework (construct) Satisfaction with Academic Support and Courses (theme) Satisfaction with Services and Community (theme) Civic Engagement Outcomes Civic Awareness (construct) Social Agency (construct) Leadership (construct) Civic Engagement Experience and Beliefs Civic Engagement (theme) Diversity Outcomes Pluralistic Orientation (construct) Diversity Experiences and Beliefs Positive Cross-Racial Interaction (construct) Negative Cross-Racial Interaction (construct) Diversity (theme) Campus Climate Sense of Belonging (construct) Religiosity/Spirituality Religiosity / Spirituality (theme) Health and Wellness Health and Wellness (theme) Career Planning Career Planning (theme) 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute

4 Return to contents 4 Demographics 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute

5 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute5 Demographics Race/Ethnicity (mark all that apply) African American/ Black Mexican American /Chicano Am. Indian/ Alaska Native Hawaiian /Pacific Islander Asian American /Asian Puerto Rican Other Latino White/ Caucasian your institution comparison group

6 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute6 Demographics Sex your institution comparison group

7 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute7 Demographics Since entering college have you transferred from a: your institution comparison group

8 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute8 Demographics Overall GPA your institution comparison group

9 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute9 Demographics How would you characterize your political views? your institution comparison group

10 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute10 Demographics Finances Median Amount Borrowed your institution30,000 comparison group25,000 your institution comparison group

11 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute11 Academic Outcomes

12 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute12 CIRP Construct Habits of Mind Habits of Mind is a unified measure of the behaviors and traits associated with academic success. These learning behaviors are seen as the foundation for lifelong learning. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

13 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute13 CIRP Construct Survey Items Habits of Mind How often in the past year did you: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Seek solutions to problems and explain them to others (2.49) Ask questions in class (1.32) Seek alternative solutions to a problem (2.08) Support your opinions with a logical argument (1.97) Evaluate the quality or reliability of information you received (1.84) Take a risk because you felt you had more to gain (1.54)

14 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute14 CIRP Construct Survey Items Habits of Mind How often in the past year did you: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Seek feedback on your academic work (1.20) Explore topics on your own, even though it was not required for a class (1.07) Revise your papers to improve your writing (1.06) Accept mistakes as part of the learning process (0.94) Look up scientific research articles and resources (0.67)

15 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute15 CIRP Construct Academic Self-Concept Academic Self-Concept is a unified measure of students beliefs about their abilities and confidence in academic environments. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

16 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute16 CIRP Construct Survey Items Academic Self-Concept Rate yourself on each of the following traits as compared with the average person your age: your institution comparison group above average above average highest 10% highest 10% Academic ability (3.01)Self-confidence intellectual (1.51) Drive to achieve (1.18)Mathematical ability (1.14)

17 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute17 CIRP Theme Academic Outcomes Compared with when you first entered this college, how would you now describe your: your institution comparison group stronger stronger much stronger much stronger General knowledge Knowledge of a particular field or discipline Critical thinking skillsProblem-solving skills

18 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute18 CIRP Theme Academic Outcomes your institution comparison group occasionally/above average occasionally/above average frequently/highest 10% frequently/highest 10% Act in Past Year: Applied concepts from courses to everyday life (frequently/occasionally) Self-Rating: Writing ability (highest 10%/abover average)

19 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute19 Academic Environment

20 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute20 CIRP Construct Student-Faculty Interaction Student-Faculty Interaction measures the extent to which students and faculty interact in relationships that foster mentorship, support and guidance with respect to both academic and personal domains. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

21 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute21 CIRP Construct Survey Items Student-Faculty Interaction How often have your professors at your college provided you with: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Help in achieving your professional goals (3.32) Advice and guidance about your educational program (2.89) Emotional support and encouragement (2.40) Feedback on your academic work (outside of grades) (2.33) An opportunity to discuss coursework outside of class (2.13)

22 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute22 CIRP Construct Survey Items Student-Faculty Interaction How often have your professors at your college provided you with: Encouragement to pursue graduate/professional study (1.91) Help to improve your study skills (1.84) A letter of recommendation (1.71) An opportunity to work on a research project (1.09) your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently

23 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute23 CIRP Theme Interaction with Faculty How often have you: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Have been a guest in a professor's home Communicated regularly with your professors Asked a professor for advice after class Challenged a professor's ideas in class Felt intimidated by your professors Worked on a professor's research project

24 Return to contents 2008-2009 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute24 CIRP Theme Interaction with Faculty During the past year, how much time did you spend during the typical week doing the following activities: None< 1 hr1-2 hrs3-5 hrs6+ hrs Talking with faculty during office hours your institution6.1%50.2%31.0%10.0%2.6% comparison group9.7%46.5%31.6%9.3%2.9% Talking with faculty outside of class/office hours your institution20.9%47.8%23.5%6.1%1.7% comparison group17.2%49.6%23.7%6.6%2.9%

25 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute25 CIRP Theme Academic Outcomes I have heard faculty express stereotypes about racial/ethnic groups in class Faculty here are interested in students academic problems your institution comparison group agree agree strongly agree strongly agree

26 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute26 CIRP Theme Interaction with Faculty Satisfaction – Amount of contact with faculty your institution comparison group

27 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute27 CIRP Theme Interaction with Faculty How often have your professors at your college provided you with: Honest feedback about your skills and abilities Intellectual challenge and stimulation An opportunity to publish Negative feedback about our academic work your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently

28 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute28 CIRP Construct Academic Disengagement Academic Disengagement measures the extent to which students engage in behaviors that are inconsistent with academic success. Low represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more below the mean (i.e., lower than 45). your institution comparison group

29 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute29 CIRP Construct Survey Items Academic Disengagement Since entering college, how often have you: Came late to class (1.82)Missed class for other reasons (1.76) Failed to complete homework on time (1.26) Fell asleep in class (1.00) your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally not at all not at all

30 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute30 CIRP Theme Active and Collaborative Learning Since entering college, indicate how often you have: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Discussed course content with students outside of class Studied with other students Performed community service as part of a class Tutored another college student

31 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute31 CIRP Theme Active and Collaborative Learning Since entering college, indicate how often you have: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Challenged a professor's ideas in class Worked with classmates on group projects during class Worked with classmates on group projects outside of class

32 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute32 CIRP Theme Active and Collaborative Learning your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Your Institution Comparison Group Completed a culminating experience for your degree (e.g., capstone course/project, thesis, comp exam) 51.7%64.3% Act in Past Year: Take notes during class Act in Past Year: Integrated skills and knowledge from different sources and experiences Professors Provide: An opportunity to apply classroom learning to real life issues

33 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute33 CIRP Theme Written and Oral Communication Since entering college, indicate how often you have: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Took a class that required one or more 10+ page papers Took a class that required multiple short papers Made a presentation in class Contributed to class discussions

34 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute34 CIRP Theme Written and Oral Communication Rate yourself on each of the following traits as compared with the average person your age: Public speaking abilityWriting ability your institution comparison group above average above average highest 10% highest 10%

35 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute35 CIRP Theme Academic Enhancement Experiences Since entering college, indicate how often you have: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Worked on independent study projects Worked on a professor's research project Worked with classmates on group projects during class Worked with classmates on group projects outside of class

36 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute36 CIRP Theme Academic Enhancement Experiences Since entering college, indicate how often you have: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Took a class that required one or more 10+ page papers Took a class that required multiple short papers Made a presentation in class

37 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute37 CIRP Theme Academic Enhancement Experiences Since entering college have you: Taken a remedial courseEnrolled in honors or advanced courses Participated in an undergraduate research program (e.g. MARC, MBRS, REU) Completed a culminating experience for your degree (e.g., capstone course/project, thesis, comp exam) your institution comparison group

38 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute38 CIRP Theme Academic Enhancement Experiences Since entering college have you: Participated in an internship program Participated in a study-abroad program Participated in an academic support program Participated in student clubs/groups your institution comparison group

39 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute39 Satisfaction

40 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute40 CIRP Construct Overall Satisfaction Overall Satisfaction is a unified measure of students satisfaction with the college experience. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

41 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute41 CIRP Construct Survey Items Overall Satisfaction your institution comparison group satisfied – probably yes satisfied – probably yes very satisfied – definitely yes very satisfied – definitely yes Overall college experience (3.69) very satisfied/satisfied Would still choose to enroll at this college (1.90) definitely yes/probably yes Overall quality of instruction (1.69) very satisfied/satisfied

42 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute42 CIRP Construct Satisfaction with Coursework Satisfaction with Coursework measures the extent to which students see their coursework as relevant, useful and applicable to their academic success and future plans. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

43 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute43 CIRP Construct Survey Items Satisfaction with Coursework Please rate your satisfaction with your college in each area: your institution comparison group satisfied satisfied very satisfied very satisfied Relevance of coursework to future career plans (3.52) Relevance of coursework to everyday life (3.13) Courses in your major field (1.54) General education or core curriculum courses (0.92)

44 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute44 CIRP Theme Satisfaction with Academic Support and Courses Please rate your satisfaction with your college in each area: your institution comparison group satisfied satisfied very satisfied very satisfied Science and mathematics courses Humanities courses Social Science Courses Laboratory facilities and equipment Library facilities Computing assistance

45 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute45 CIRP Theme Satisfaction with Academic Support and Courses Please rate your satisfaction with your college in each area: your institution comparison group satisfied satisfied very satisfied very satisfied Tutoring or other academic assistance Academic advising Amount of contact with faculty Class sizeAbility to find a faculty or staff member Overall quality of instruction

46 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute46 CIRP Theme Satisfaction with Services and Community Please rate your satisfaction with your college in each area: your institution comparison group satisfied satisfied very satisfied very satisfied Career counseling and advising Student housing Financial aid package Job placement services for students Student health services Psychological counseling services

47 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute47 CIRP Theme Satisfaction with Services and Community Please rate your satisfaction with your college in each area: your institution comparison group satisfied satisfied very satisfied very satisfied Overall sense of community among students Availability of campus social activities Respect for the expression of diverse beliefs Racial/ethnic diversity of the student body Overall college experience

48 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute48 Civic Engagement Outcomes

49 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute49 CIRP Construct Civic Awareness Civic Awareness measures changes in students understanding of the issues facing their community, nation, and the world. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

50 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute50 CIRP Construct Survey Items Civic Awareness Compared with when you first entered this college, how would you now describe your: your institution comparison group stronger stronger much stronger much stronger Understanding of national issues (6.00) Understanding of global issues (3.32) Understanding of the problems facing your community (2.09)

51 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute51 CIRP Construct Social Agency Social Agency measures the extent to which students value political and social involvement as a personal goal. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

52 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute52 CIRP Construct Survey Items Social Agency Indicate the importance to you personally of each of the following: your institution comparison group very important very important essential essential Participating in a community action program (2.64) Helping to promote racial understanding (2.15) Becoming a community leader (2.06) Influencing social values (1.62) Keeping up to date with political affairs (1.42) Helping others who are in difficulty (1.36)

53 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute53 CIRP Construct Leadership Leadership is a unified measure of students' beliefs about their leadership development and capability and their experiences as a leader. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

54 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute54 CIRP Construct Survey Items Leadership your institution comparison group agree/above average/stronger agree/above average/stronger strongly agree/highest 10%/much stronger strongly agree/highest 10%/much stronger Been a leader in an organization (2.30) yes I have effectively led a group to a common purpose (1.79) strongly agree/agree Participated in leadership training (1.62) yes Leadership ability (1.33) highest 10%/ above average Leadership ability (1.31) much stronger/ stronger

55 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute55 Civic Engagement Experiences and Beliefs

56 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute56 CIRP Theme Civic Engagement Since entering college, indicate how often you: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Performed community service as part of class Demonstrated for/against a cause Helped raise money for a cause or campaign Publicly communicated your opinion about a cause (e.g., blog, email, petition)

57 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute57 CIRP Theme Civic Engagement Hours per Week: Volunteer Work (11+) Fall Plans: Doing volunteer work Fall Plans: Participating in an organization like the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps/VISTA, or Teach for America your institution comparison group

58 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute58 CIRP Theme Civic Engagement Please indicate how often you engaged in each during the past year: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Performed volunteer or community service work Worked on a local, state, or national campaign Applied concepts from courses to everyday life

59 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute59 CIRP Theme Civic Engagement your institution comparison group important/agree somewhat important/agree somewhat very important/agree strongly very important/agree strongly Goal: Influencing the political structure (very important/important) View: Realistically, an individual can do little to bring about changes in our society (agree strongly/agree somewhat) Career Concern: Working for social change (very important/important)

60 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute60 Diversity Outcomes

61 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute61 CIRP Construct Pluralistic Orientation Pluralistic Orientation measures skills and dispositions appropriate for living and working in a diverse society. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

62 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute62 CIRP Construct Survey Items Pluralistic Orientation Rate yourself on each of the following traits as compared with the average person your age: Tolerance of others with different beliefs (3.35) Ability to work cooperatively with diverse people (3.14) Openness to having my views challenged (2.76) Ability to see the world from someone else's perspective (2.55) Ability to discuss and negotiate controversial issues (2.11) your institution comparison group above average above average highest 10% highest 10%

63 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute63 Diversity Experiences and Beliefs

64 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute64 CIRP Construct Positive Cross-Racial Interaction Positive Cross-Racial Interaction is a unified measure of students level of positive interaction with diverse peers. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

65 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute65 CIRP Construct Survey Items Positive Cross-Racial Interaction To what extent have you experienced the following with students from a racial/ethnic group other than your own: your institution comparison group often often very often very often Had intellectual discussions outside of class (3.57) Shared personal feelings and problems (3.52) Dined or shared a meal (2.72) Had meaningful and honest discussions about race/ethnic relations outside of class (2.46) Studied or prepared for class (2.22) Socialized or partied (2.12)

66 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute66 CIRP Construct Negative Cross-Racial Interaction Negative Cross-Racial Interaction is a unified measure of students level of negative interaction with diverse peers. Low represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more below the mean (i.e., lower than 45). your institution comparison group

67 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute67 CIRP Construct Survey Items Negative Cross-Racial Interaction To what extent have you experienced the following with students from a racial/ethnic group other than your own: Had tense, somewhat hostile interactions (3.81) Felt insulted or threatened because of your race/ethnicity (2.63) Had guarded interactions (2.10) your institution comparison group seldom seldom never never

68 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute68 CIRP Theme Diversity Compared with when you first entered this college, how would you now describe your: Knowledge of people from different races/cultures Ability to get along with people of different races/cultures your institution comparison group stronger stronger much stronger much stronger

69 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute69 CIRP Theme Diversity Since entering college have you: Attended a racial/cultural workshop Had a roommate of a different race/ethnicity Participated in an ethnic/racial student organization your institution comparison group

70 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute70 CIRP Theme Diversity Please rate your satisfaction with your college in each area: your institution comparison group satisfied satisfied very satisfied very satisfied Respect for the expression of diverse beliefs Racial/ethnic diversity of the student body

71 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute71 CIRP Theme Diversity Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements: your institution comparison group agree agree strongly agree strongly agree I have heard faculty express stereotypes about racial/ethnic groups in class There is a lot of racial tension on this campus I have been singled out because of my race/ethnicity, gender, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation

72 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute72 CIRP Theme Diversity Importance - Improving my understanding of other countries and cultures your institution comparison group

73 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute73 CIRP Theme Diversity Please indicate your agreement with each of the following statements: your institution comparison group agree somewhat agree somewhat agree strongly agree strongly Racial discrimination is no longer a major problem in America Same-sex couples should have the right to legal marital status

74 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute74 Campus Climate

75 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute75 CIRP Construct Sense of Belonging Sense of Belonging measures the extent to which students feel a sense of academic and social integration on campus. High represents students who scored one-half standard deviation or more above the mean (i.e., higher than 55). your institution comparison group

76 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute76 CIRP Construct Survey Items Sense of Belonging Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements: your institution comparison group agree agree strongly agree strongly agree I feel I am a member of this college (5.10) I feel a sense of belonging to this college (4.62) I see myself as part of the campus community (3.13) If asked, I would recommend this college to others (2.33)

77 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute77 Campus Climate Opinion – I am enthusiastic about this college your institution comparison group

78 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute78 Campus Climate If you could make your college choice over, would you still choose to enroll at your current college? your institution comparison group

79 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute79 Religiosity / Spirituality

80 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute80 CIRP Theme Religiosity/Spirituality Your InstitutionComparison Group Primary Major: Theology or Religion 0.9%1.4% your institution comparison group

81 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute81 CIRP Theme Religiosity/Spirituality Since entering college, indicate how often you: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Attended a religious service Discussed religion

82 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute82 CIRP Theme Religiosity/Spirituality Self-Rating – Spirituality your institution comparison group

83 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute83 CIRP Theme Religiosity/Spirituality Opinion – I have been singled out because of my race/ethnicity, gender, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation your institution comparison group

84 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute84 CIRP Theme Religiosity/Spirituality Indicate the importance to you personally of each of the following: your institution comparison group very important very important essential essential Developing a meaningful philosophy of life Integrating spirituality into my life

85 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute85 CIRP Theme Religiosity/Spirituality Current religious preference: Your Inst Comp Group Your Inst Comp Group Baptist14.0%7.6%Muslim0.4%0.8% Buddhist1.3%1.1%Presbyterian3.1%3.3% Church of Christ2.2%1.7%Quaker0.0%0.3% Eastern Orthodox0.0%0.8%Roman Catholic19.3%29.1% Episcopalian2.2%1.6%Seventh Day Adventist0.0%0.2% Hindu0.4% United Church of Christ/Congregational0.4%0.9% Jewish2.6%2.9%Other Christian10.5%17.1% LDS (Mormon)0.0%0.2%Other Religion3.1%2.7% Lutheran2.2%4.0%None20.6%21.7% Methodist17.5%3.6%

86 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute86 Health and Wellness

87 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute87 CIRP Theme Health and Wellness During the past year, how much time did you spend during the typical week doing the following activities: None< 1 hr1-2 hrs3-5 hrs6+ hrs Exercising/sports your institution10.0%11.7%18.7%22.6%37.0% comparison group7.5%11.8%19.6%29.2%31.9% Partying your institution31.7%14.8% 22.6%16.1% comparison group22.4%11.7%16.4%23.3%26.3%

88 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute88 CIRP Theme Health and Wellness Please rate your satisfaction with your college in each area: your institution comparison group satisfied satisfied very satisfied very satisfied Student health servicesPsychological counseling services

89 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute89 CIRP Theme Health and Wellness Please indicate how often you engaged in each during the past year: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Smoke cigarettesDrank beerDrank wine or liquor

90 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute90 CIRP Theme Health and Wellness Please indicate how often you engaged in each during the past year: your institution comparison group occasionally occasionally frequently frequently Felt depressedFelt overwhelmed by all I had to do Sought personal counseling

91 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute91 CIRP Theme Health and Wellness Rate yourself on each of the following traits as compared with the average person your age: your institution comparison group above average above average highest 10% highest 10% Emotional healthPhysical health

92 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute92 CIRP Theme Health and Wellness When thinking about your career path after college, how important is Work/life balance? your institution comparison group

93 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute93 CIRP Theme Health and Wellness How many times in the past two weeks, if any, have you had five or more alcoholic drinks in a row? None1 or more times your institution comparison group

94 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute94 Career Planning

95 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute95 CIRP Theme Career Planning Compared with when you first entered this college, how you would you now describe your: your institution comparison group stronger stronger much stronger much stronger Preparedness for employment after college Preparedness for graduate or advanced education

96 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute96 CIRP Theme Career Planning Indicate how often you Met with an advisor/counselor about your career plans your institution comparison group

97 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute97 CIRP Theme Career Planning Probable Career/Occupation Your Inst Comp Group Your Inst Comp Group Artist9.7%8.5%Health professional9.3%4.3% Business17.1%18.3%Homemaker (full-time)0.5%0.3% Business (clerical)0.0%0.8%Lawyer4.2%4.7% Clergy0.9%1.2%Military (career)0.9%0.7% College teacher2.8%2.3%Nurse2.8%5.3% Doctor (MD or DDS)4.6%4.8%Research scientist1.9%2.5% Education (secondary)10.2%6.0%Social, welfare, recreation worker4.2%2.9% Education (elementary) 6.9%5.6%Skilled worker0.0%0.4% Engineer0.9%3.0%Other17.1%19.2% Farmer or forester0.9%0.7%Undecided5.1%8.6%

98 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute98 CIRP Theme Career Planning Hours per Week: Career Planning (job searches, internships, etc.) your institution comparison group

99 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute99 CIRP Theme Career Planning Please rate your satisfaction with your college in each area: your institution comparison group satisfied satisfied very satisfied very satisfied Career counseling and advising Relevance of coursework to future career plans Job placement services for students

100 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute100 CIRP Theme Career Planning Indicate the importance to you personally of each of the following: Becoming an authority in my field Becoming successful in a business of my own Making a theoretical contribution to science Being very well off financially your institution comparison group very important very important essential essential

101 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute101 CIRP Theme Career Planning When thinking about your career path after college, how important are the following considerations: Your InstitutionComparison Group Essential Very Important Somewhat Important Not Important Essential Very Important Somewhat Important Not Important Working for social change 21.7%26.5%38.7%13.0%18.7%28.4%38.0%14.8% High income potential 26.5%39.1%24.3%10.0%21.1%36.2%32.1%10.6% Social recognition or status 13.0%28.7%44.3%13.9%10.3%26.6%42.7%20.4% Stable, secure future 46.7%43.2%9.6%0.4%42.8%42.5%12.8%1.9% Creativity and initiative 26.6%42.8%24.9%5.7%26.0%41.2%27.5%5.4% Expression of personal values 27.0%48.3%21.3%3.5%26.9%44.8%24.6%3.8% Availability of jobs 37.8%49.6%11.7%0.9%30.4%49.1%18.1%2.4% Leadership potential 27.8%40.4%27.4%4.3%25.5%43.0%26.3%5.2% Work/life balance 53.0%39.6%6.5%0.9%53.6%37.9%7.7%0.9%

102 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute102 CIRP Theme Career Planning What do you plan to be doing in fall 2010? Your Inst Comp Group Your Inst Comp Group Attending undergraduate college full-time8.7%2.6% Participating in a community service organization 10.0%8.1% Attending undergraduate college part-time3.0%1.9%Serving in the Armed Forces3.0%1.4% Attending graduate/professional school42.9%27.9% Attending a vocational training program 0.9%1.1% Working full-time52.8%65.5%Traveling19.9%20.0% Working part-time29.9%17.2%Doing volunteer work14.3%18.3% Participating in a post-baccalaureate program 3.0%3.4% Staying at home to be with or start a family 6.9%5.9% Participating in an organization like the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps/VISTA, or Teach for America 3.0%5.0%No current plans2.6%5.1%

103 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute103 CIRP Theme Career Planning If you are planning on being employed after graduation, which best describes the current state of your employment plans? your institution comparison group

104 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute104 CIRP Theme Career Planning If you are planning to attend graduate or professional school, which of the following best estimates the current state of your educational plans? your institution comparison group

105 Return to contents 2010 College Senior Survey Higher Education Research Institute105 For more information about HERI/CIRP Surveys The Freshmen Survey Your First College Year Survey Diverse Learning Environments Survey (new Spring 2011) College Senior Survey The Faculty Survey heri@ucla.edu (310) 825-1925 www.heri.ucla.edu


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