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Tue March 25, 2008
Student survey results released at Texas A&M University-Commerce
By Click to listen as Institutional Research Analyst Barbara Forbes describes the correlation between student's comforts in class and with professors
Commerce – Texas A&M University-Commerce has recently released some student survey results. The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is given to A&M-Commerce freshmen and seniors and focuses on their experiences as it relates to education.
Numbers show students at A&M-Commerce are willing to ask questions in class and generally have good relationships with their professors. Diversity was also a high ranking category among students. Questions were given based on race, religion and political discussion and class assignments in class as well as student interaction among different race and or ethnic groups.
Universities throughout the region have the opportunity to participate in the NSSE, which is conducted every two years.
Click the MP3 icon to listen as Institutional Research Analyst Barbara Forbes describes the correlation between student's comforts in class and around their professors.