Winthrop University: NSSE
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NSSE

National Survey of Student Engagement

Every two years Winthrop University freshmen and seniors are invited to complete the National Survey of Student Engagment (NSSE). NSSE collects information at hundreds of four-year colleges and universities regarding student participation in activities and programs that promote learning and personal development. NSSE provides parents with a way to see how and what students are learning compared to their peers at other schools. To compare Winthrop’s 2018 NSSE results with national results, click the menu items on the left sidebar.

Winthrop NSSE 2018 Highlights

At Winthrop University, students explore new ideas and diverse perspectives in meaningful ways. A demonstrated ability to understand the world around them and communicate with people from diverse backgrounds make Winthrop graduates responsible citizens and marketable employees.

Winthrop freshmen reported that, during the current school year, they often or very often engaged in the following activities at rates more than 15 points higher than the NSSE average:

Winthrop University is committed to supporting the whole student, by providing access to an array of academic support services, health and counseling services, and a wide variety of athletic and artistic events.

Winthrop freshmen and seniors reported that Winthrop University emphasizes the following quite a bit or very much at rates at least 10 points higher than the NSSE average:

Winthrop University is a public institution with a small, private school feel. Students interact regularly with dedicated, knowledgeable faculty in ways that are not possible at much larger public universities.

Winthrop freshmen and seniors reported that, during the current school year, they often or very often engaged in the following activities at rates at least 10 points higher than the NSSE average:

Last Updated: 1/31/20