CSEQ and CSXQ Survey Operations Closed in 2014; Consider NSSE and BCSSE

After 35 continuous years of operation (since 1979), CSEQ and CSXQ survey operation were closed after the spring 2014 administration. New orders are no longer being accepted. However, institutions and independent researchers may apply to license items from the CSEQ and CSXQ for local assessment or research purposes. Contact us at 812-856-5825 or cseq@indiana.edu for details. Thank you for your participation and support!

If you have not participated in NSSE (National Survey of Student Engagement) or BCSSE (Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement), now is a good time to give them a look. In 2013, NSSE was updated with new items, scales, and reporting, while continuing to offer a high degree of customization for comparison groups, topical modules, major field reporting, and more. BCSSE was updated to match in 2014. To learn more about how NSSE and BCSSE can help address your assessment issues, contact us at nsse@indiana.edu.

Thank you for your participation and support!

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Additional Questions

Participating institutions may add up to 20 additional questions to the CSEQ survey instrument. Response options for paper survey administrations must conform to the response set option found at the end of the paper instrument.

CSEQ Additional Questions bubble sheet sample

Schools participating in an online survey administration may further customize the response set to match their additional questions. Contact the CSEQ Assessment Program to learn more about this feature.

Question 1.

Are you a member or pledge of a social fraternity or sorority?

b) No

Question 2.

Would you encourage a high school senior who resembles you when you were a high school senior (same background, ability, interests, and temperament) to attend your college?

a) No, definitely not
b) Probably not
c) Maybe
d) Probably would
e) Definitely would

Question 3.

How many years of a foreign language did you have in junior high school and/or high school?

a) none
b) one
c) two
d) three
e) four or more

Response choices for questions 4-6.

a. Strongly agree b. Agree c. Neutral d. Disagree e. Strongly disagree

Question 4.

I am generally happy with living in residential housing.

Question 5.

Living in a residence hall has helped me develop new and supportive friendships.

Question 6.

Living in a residence hall has supported my ability to be successful at [school name].