Related Research

Related Research

Supported by extensive research on educational practices that are directly related to retention and other desired student outcomes, SENSE builds upon this body of knowledge by asking entering students about their earliest college experiences. SENSE items ask students to respond to questions about their first impressions of the college; intake processes such as admissions, registration, assessment, placement, orientation and financial aid; how they spend their time; how they assess their relationships and interactions with instructors, advisors, and other students; what kinds of work they are challenged to do; how the college supports their learning; and so on.

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