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1/14 14-01 Loyola NSSE Respondents Report Regularly Engaging in Skills That Transfer to the Workplace and the Community National Survey of Student Engagement, 2013
12/13 13-03 Perceptions of First-Year Academic Advising More Positive Than Perceptions of Academic Advising of Seniors in Their Majors President's Questionnaire for New Students, 2012-13; National Survey of Student Engagement, 2013
11/13 13-02 Loyola NSSE Results Show High Levels of Overall Engagement, Some Concern with the Supportive Campus Environment for Seniors National Survey of Student Engagement, 2013
11/13 13-01 Early Social Adjustment More Difficult for New Transfer Students than for New Freshmen President's Questionnaire for New Students, 2009-13
       
6/11 11-10 Graduating Seniors See Value in Jesuit Education Graduating Senior Exit Survey, 2011
6/11 11-09 Graduating Seniors' Satisfaction with Internships, Faculty, Career Services, and Learning Services Graduating Senior Exit Survey, 2011
6/11 11-08 Just Over Half of Spring 2011 Graduates Looking for New Job in Summer (2011) Graduating Senior Exit Survey, 2011
3/11 New First-Time Freshmen Increasingly See College As a Way to Augment Future Earnings CIRP Freshman Survey, 2001-10
4/11 11-05 Important Personal Goals of New Freshmen Include Helping Others in Difficulty and Making Money CIRP Freshman Survey, 2001-10
4/11 11-04 Wide Variation in Reasons New Freshmen Have for Coming to Loyola CIRP Freshman Survey, 2001-10
3/11 11-03 Institutional Contribution to Students' Jesuit Education: Loyola and Peers NSSE, 2005-10
1/11 11-02 Students Very Positive About Services for Students with Disabilities Services for Students with Disabilities Survey, 2010
1/11 11-01 Tutoring Center Services Benefit Students' Out-of-Class Work and Test Preparation Center for Tutoring and Academic Excellence Survey, Fall 2010
10/10 10-43 New Freshman Adjustment Early in Fall Term President's Survey of New Students, 2010
10/10 10-42 Most New Students Are Stressed, but Report Positive Early Adjustment President's Survey of New Students, 2010
8/10 10-39 Faculty and Peer Mentors Correlate with Personal Growth Boston College Questionnaire, 2010
8/10 10-38 Religious/Spiritual Characteristics and Behaviors of Loyola Seniors Boston College Questionnaire, 2010
8/10 10-37 Mentorship and Faculty Interaction Boston College Questionnaire, 2010
8/10 10-36 Study Abroad Very Significant to Loyola Experience Boston College Questionnaire, 2010
8/10 10-35 Loyola Doing as Well or Better in Residence Hall Student Staff and Climate, Compared to Peers ACUHO-I/EBI Resident Study, 2010
8/10 10-34 Seniors'Growth in Reflecting on Life and Life Choices Boston College Questionnaire, 2010
7/10 10-33 Increased Satisfaction Since 2003 with On-Campus Residence Experience ACUHO-I/EBI Resident Study, 2010
6/10 10-31 Learning Communities Members Report Greater Satisfaction Benefits Undergraduate Survey, 2009-10
6/10 10-30 Participants in Group Tutoring Likely to Take Part Again Services for Students with Disabilities Survey, 2010
6/10 10-16 Undergraduate Satisfaction Increases in Most Areas Undergraduate Survey, 2006-10
6/10 10-15 Freshmen More Satisfied than Upperclassmen at Loyola Undergraduate Survey, 2010
6/10 10-14 Students Satisfied with Residence Life Staff ACUHO-I/EBI Resident Study, 2010
5/10 10-13 School Reputation Important to Incoming Freshmen: Loyola and Comparison Groups CIRP Freshman Survey, 2009
4/10 10-12 Goals, Expectations, and the Early Academic Adjustment of New Freshmen CIRP Freshman Survey, 2009 and President's Survey of New Students, 2009
4/10 10-05 Loyola Freshmen have Individual Traits That Are Similar to Freshmen at Peer Schools CIRP Freshman Survey, 2009
4/10 10-04 Freshmen Who Need Most Academic Help Least Likely to Know Where to Get It CIRP Freshman Survey, 2009 and President's Survey of New Students, 2009
2/10 10-03 The High School Experience of Loyola's New Freshmen CIRP Freshman Survey, 2001-09
12/00 09-51 Religiosity and Spirituality Among Loyola Seniors Boston College Questionnaire, 2008
11/09 09-47 Deep Learning by Freshmen and Seniors NSSE, 2005-09
11/09 09-46 Satisfaction with Services for Students with Disabilities Services for Students with Disabilities Survey, 2009
10/09 09-44 Details of the Undergraduate Experience of Student Engagement NSSE, 2005-09
10/09 09-43 Student Engagement of New Freshmen and Transfer Students NSSE, 2005-09
10/09 09-41 Satisfaction with Academic Advising NSSE, 2001-08; Undergraduate Survey, 2006-09
10/09 09-39 New Freshmen Adjusting Socially Better Than Transfer Students to Life at Loyola* President's Questionnaire for New Students, 2009
10/09 09-38 Satisfaction with Core Curriculum Undergraduate Survey, 2006-09
10/09 09-36 Increased Satisfaction with Library Undergraduate Survey, 2006-09
09/09 09-32 Components of Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice: Loyola and Peer Groups NSSE, 2009
09/09 09-31 Benchmarks of Effective Educational Practice: Loyola from 2001 - 2009 NSSE, 2001-09
08/09 09-30 National Survey of Student Engagement: Comparative Benchmarks from 2004 - 2009 NSSE, 2004-09
08/09 09-29 Predictors of Satisfaction with Loyola CIRP Freshman Survey, 2007; NSSE, 2008
08/09 09-28 Are Incoming Students for Whom Loyola Was Their First Choice Different from Those for Whom It Was Not? CIRP Freshman Survey, 2007; NSSE, 2008
08/09 09-27 First Generation College Students Have More Practical Goals and May Be Less Engaged CIRP Freshman Survey, 2008
6/09 09-24 Service Experiences and Requests of Undergraduate Students at Loyola Undergraduate Survey, 2009
06/09 09-21 Undergraduate Student Satisfaction and Interaction with Faculty at Loyola NSSE, 2001-08; BCQ, 2008; Undergraduate Survey, 2006-09
06/09 09-15 Increased Undergraduate Satisfaction with Library and the Sullivan Center Hub Undergraduate Survey, 2006-09
06/09 09-14 Graduating Seniors: School Pride, Expected Involvement as Alumni, and Development During Time at Loyola Undergraduate Survey, 2009
06/09 09-13 Increased Undergraduate Satisfaction with Library and Administrative Services Undergraduate Survey, 2006-09
04/09 09-12 Loyola and Jesuit Peer Institutions: The College Experience and Faith Development of Seniors Boston College Questionnaire, 2008
04/09 09-11 The Religious/Spiritual Development and College Experience of the Loyola Class of 2008 Boston College Questionnaire, 2008
02/09 09-10 Why Do Students Come to Loyola? CIRP Freshman Survey, 2008
02/09 09-09 Compared to Peers, Loyola Freshmen Are Less Likely to Expect to Like Their School, But Have Higher Professional Aspirations CIRP Freshman Survey, 2008
02/09 09-08 Little Change in Freshmen Over time, But Slightly More Likely to Expect to Be Satisfied with Loyola CIRP Freshman Survey, 2001-08
02/09 09-07 Some Loyola Freshmen May Not Be Sufficiently Prepared Intellectually or Emotionally CIRP Freshman Survey, 2008
01/09 09-06 Loyola Students Similar to Those at Other Institutions in Critical Thinking and Writing Skills Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency, 2007
01/09 09-05 Instructional Staff Are More Engaged with First Year Students than Are Faculty Survey of Faculty Activities and Perceptions, 2007
01/09 09-04 More Institutional Commitment Needed to Increase Interaction Between Faculty and First Year Students Survey of Faculty Activities and Perceptions, 2007
11/08 08-13 Incoming Transfer Students Have Less Positive Experience than Do New Freshmen President's Survey of New Students, 2008
11/08 08-12 Comparison of Loyola and AJCU Peer Results NSSE, 2008
11/08 08-11 Results from the 2008 Survey of Loyola Students NSSE, 2008
11/08 08-10 Comparative Benchmarks from 2001-08 NSSE, 2001-08
11/08 Summary Indices of Loyola Student Satisfaction Undergraduate Survey, 2006-08
11/08 08-08 Loyola Student Satisfaction Undergraduate Survey, 2006-08

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