The National Survey of Student Engagement and its companion projects serve bachelor’s degree-granting colleges and universities committed to assessing and improving the quality of the undergraduate experience. While each participating institution receives a detailed, customized Institutional Report, the Annual Results series presents noteworthy aggregate findings to a nationwide audience. Part of this annual output demonstrated that when college environments are inclusive and nondiscriminatory, students feel a stronger sense of belonging, develop intercultural competence, and manifest greater cognitive development. In 2017, NSSE introduced the Inclusiveness and Engagement with Cultural Diversity Topical Modulea to examine environments, processes, and activities that embrace cultural diversity and promote greater understanding of societal differences. More than 55,000 students from 132 institutions answered questions about inclusive teaching practices, perceptions of institutional support for diverse students, and participation in diversity-related programming and coursework.Explore
Emergency Financial Aid for Community College Students
Read this report by Lumina Foundation on implementation and early lessons from their two main funding programs.