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Self-reported Learning and Personal Outcomes from undergraduate education and experience, 2014

These outcomes for each of about 25 academic and personal areas are reported on each of two dimensions:

(1)   Levels of Gain made during four undergraduate years

(2)   Importance each holds for graduating seniors

For both Gains and Importances:

Which outcomes did Vassar students report to be those with the greatest to least levels of high gains, and high importance?

Which did they report being the ones with least to greatest overtly low gains?  Low importance?

How did these results for Vassar compare with those from most of the nation’s other highly selective, small, private co-educational liberal arts colleges?

Did Vassar’s 2014 learning and personal outcomes response change from those of 2012?

Were there differences either in levels gain, or importance, in these learning and personal outcomes by gender?  Between students of color and majority (white) students?

Graphic results displaying responses to the 2014 Senior Survey can be found at each of the links below which address each of these (and other) questions:

Gains

Changes since 2012

Vassar vs. COFHE schools

By Gender

By Majority/Minority

Importances

Changes since 2012

Vassar vs. COFHE schools

By Gender

By Majority/Minority