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Survey Results - Institutional Strengths

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Number of responses: 273
Students: 30 (11%)
Full time faculty: 144 (53%)
Full time staff: 92 (37%)
Part time faculty: 1  
Other: 6 

All survey responses are on a 1-4 scale. ("No Opinion" responses were omitted from all analyses.) 


(For chart below)
Importance:
1=Not important
2=Not very important
3=Fairly important
4=Very important

Performance:
1=Very weak
2=Weak
3=Strong,
4=Very strong    

                  

  Institutional Strengths   Importance   Performance   Gap   Rank (I)   Rank (P)
  Alumni support   3.56   2.01   -1.60   12   29
  Academic advising   3.70   2.31   -1.41   7   26
  Diversity of student body   3.39   2.09   -1.34   18   28
  Financial aid & scholarships   3.77   2.50   -1.30   6   24
  Library resources   3.78   2.50   -1.30   5   23
  Academic challenge in general education   curriculum   3.79   2.51   -1.30   4   22
  Reputation of academic programs   3.82   2.74   -1.10   3   15
  External grants funding   3.34   2.31   -1.06   23   27
  Opportunities for students to apply   knowledge outside of the classroom (e.g.,   internships)   3.66   2.65   -1.03   8   19
  Instructional excellence   3.85   2.89   -0.99   2   10
  Diversity of faculty   3.32   2.43   -0.94   25   25
  Academic challenge in the major   3.91   2.97   -0.93   1   7
  Senior capstone experiences   3.34   2.53   -0.88   22   21
  Innovative pedagogy   3.39   2.64   -0.81   19   20
  Information technology resources   3.58   2.79   -0.81   10   14
  Small classes   3.66   2.87   -0.79   9   11
  Faculty scholarship   3.45   2.70   -0.77   14   17
  Faculty/staff collaboration on   scholarly/creative projects   3.37   2.66   -0.76   20   18
  Student support services (e.g., writing   assistance, counseling, career services)   3.57   2.91   -0.67   11   9
  Cultural programming   3.34   2.85   -0.53   24   12
  Honors & Scholars program    3.39   2.98   -0.51   17   6
  Student activities & organizations   3.41   3.00   -0.45   16   5
  Study abroad   3.34   2.97   -0.38   21   8
  Residential learning opportunities   3.00   2.81   -0.29   28   13
  Physical campus   3.43   3.22   -0.21   15   2
  Residential housing   3.46   3.31   -0.18   13   1
  Community service opportunities   3.18   3.10   -0.13   27   4
  First-year programs (e.g., week of   welcome, first-year seminar)   3.24   3.16   -0.12   26   3
  Athletics   2.41   2.71   0.18   29   1


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