Survey Reports: EAB Campus Climate Survey Report
Participants: All undergraduate and graduate students
Latest Administration: Spring 2019
Content: • Sense of belonging
• Safety
• Diversity and inclusion
• Harassment and discrimination
• Campus sexual violence
Type of Data Collection: Online, EAB-Web Confidential Survey (anonymous link)
Administration Schedule: Annual, spring
Background: The EAB Campus Climate Survey is a nationally utilized survey instrument administered to better understand students’ perceptions and experiences, identify strengths and areas for improvement, and measure year-over-year progress on key initiatives related campus climate topics.
Instruments: Download instruments for: 2019

 

Survey Reports: MSL Survey Data Report
Participants: All undergraduate students
Latest Administration: Spring 2019
Content:

• Socially responsible leadership
• Leadership efficacy
• Cognitive skills
• Campus climate
• Socio-cultural discussions with peers

Type of Data Collection: Online, MSL-Web Confidential Survey
Administration Schedule: Triennial, spring
Background: The Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership is an international research program focused on understanding the influences of higher education experiences in shaping socially responsible leadership capacity and other leadership-related outcomes (e.g., leadership efficacy, complex cognitive skills, social perspective-taking, resiliency). 
Instruments: Download instruments for: 2018
Survey Reports: National College Health Assessment (NCHA)
Participants: All undergraduate and graduate students
Latest Administration: Fall 2018
Content: • Health and Wellness
• Campus Health Behavior
• Safety
• Preventive Care and Insurance Behavior
• Mental Heath Wellness
• Sexual Behavior
Type of Data Collection:

Online, NCHA-Web Confidential Survey (anonymous link)

Administration Schedule: Biennial, fall
Background: Created by the American College Health Association (ACHA), the National College Health Assessment (NCHA) is a nationally recognized research survey tool that supports institutional data collection around the knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and health behaviors of the SMU student population.
Instruments: Download instruments for: 2018, 2016