UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The purpose of this survey was to gather feedback on a draft of the Academic Plan. The Plan will help guide decisions about programming and budget over the next several years, so it was important to give individuals on campus the opportunity to weigh in on the draft.
This report includes summarized data of the results of the National Collegiate Health Assessment (NCHA) survey that was administered on the UWRF campus in 2018.
This report summarizes the results of the National Collegiate Health Assessment (NCHA) survey that was administered on the UWRF campus in 2015.
The data summarized in this report was gathered online from graduates of UWRF who matriculated folllowing Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer sessions.
This survey focuses on student experiences, beliefs and actions taken to address five problematic behaviors: someone who has had too much to drink (drunkenness), hazing, someone being taken advantage of sexually (sexual exploitation), verbal mistreatment or harassment based on gender, race, class, sexual orientation, etc. (verbal harassment), and someone experiencing significant emotional distress or thoughts of suicide (emotional distress.)
Karla Thoennes, Director of Residence Life at the University of Wisconsin River Falls (UWRF), requested the Survey Research Center (SRC) at UWRF to assess the impacts on retention of living on campus and learning communities.
In October 2017, the University of Wisconsin-River Falls’ Office of Sustainability worked with the Survey Research Center (SRC) to gather information about how and when faculty/staff and students travel to campus. Another objective of the survey was to measure usage patterns of and satisfaction with campus facilities and amenities available to students.
The motivation for this study was to evaluate veterans' experiences at UWRF. The study was designed to measure the levels of services that UWRF is providing to veterans and their efficency. Another focus was the level of satisfaction veterans express for UWRF and its services and the difficulties veterans may face at UWRF.