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NEW STUDENT SURVEY

Entering Fall Semester = 2006

• Analyzing 206 responses.

 

Welcome to UMC &#= 8212; we truly hope you have a great experience here!

=

UMC makes a genuine = effort to learn about our students’ experiences and needs. One way of doing = this is by regularly conducting student surveys with a variety of groups.

The following questi= ons provide information helpful to UMC in providing programs and services to be= tter serve students. Please answer each question to the best of your ability.=

Your answers are confidential and= your participation is voluntary. Only researchers associated with UMC will see your responses to the survey. See = the Privacy Statement at the end of this survey for more information.

Q.1  My graduating class in high school had:  

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. less = than 50 students

60<= /o:p>

29.1%

2. 50 to= 99 students

24<= /o:p>

11.7%

3. 100 t= o 149 students

40<= /o:p>

19.4%

4. 150 t= o 299 students

35<= /o:p>

17.0%

5. 300 o= r more students

47<= /o:p>

22.8%

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Q.2  How many miles from UMC is your permanent residence (i.e., parents or own home)? 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. less = than 10 miles

11<= /o:p>

5.3%

2. 10 - = 50 miles

27<= /o:p>

13.1%

3. 51 - = 100 miles

27<= /o:p>

13.1%

4. 101 -= 200 miles

38<= /o:p>

18.4%

5. 201 -= 300 miles

50<= /o:p>

24.3%

6. 301 -= 500 miles

33<= /o:p>

16.0%

7. over = 500 miles

20<= /o:p>

9.7%

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Q.3  While attending UMC, the amount of time I expect to spend studying outside of class is approximately:  <= /span>

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. 3 hou= rs or less per week

8

3.9%

2. 6 hou= rs per week

28<= /o:p>

13.6%

3. 9 hou= rs per week

57<= /o:p>

27.7%

4. 12 ho= urs per week

53<= /o:p>

25.7%

5. 15 ho= urs per week

33<= /o:p>

16.0%

6. 18 ho= urs per week

12<= /o:p>

5.8%

7. 21 ho= urs or more per week

15<= /o:p>

7.3%

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Q.4  Do you think you have a disability? 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. No

194=

94.2%

2. Yes, impaired mobility

1

0.5%

3. Yes, impaired hearing

0

0.0%

4. Yes, impaired vision not corrected with glasses or contacts<= /p>

1

0.5%

5. Yes, learning disability

10<= /o:p>

4.9%

6. Yes, epilepsy

0

0.0%

7. Yes, = prefer not to respond

0

0.0%

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Q.5  What is the highest degree you ultimately plan to earn, either at UMC, or at some other college? 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. Don't= plan to earn a degree

1

0.5%

2. Assoc= iate (two-year degree)

9

4.4%

3. Bache= lors (four-year degree)

156=

75.7%

4. Maste= rs (beyond four-year degree)

20<= /o:p>

9.7%

5. Professional or Doctoral degree (e.g. Ph.D.,law, medicine, etc.)

20<= /o:p>

9.7%

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Q.6  For what purpose did you enter UMC?  (select only one) 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. No de= finite purpose in mind

13<= /o:p>

6.3%

2. To ta= ke a few courses for self-improvement

1

0.5%

3. To ta= ke courses necessary for transferring to another college

11<= /o:p>

5.3%

4. To ob= tain an Associate Degree (two-year degree) and transfer to another college

2

1.0%

5. To ob= tain an Associate Degree (two-year degree) and obtain employment after graduat= ion

3

1.5%

6. To ob= tain a Baccalaureate Degree (four-year degree) and obtain employment after graduation

142=

68.9%

7. To ob= tain a Baccalaureate Degree (four-year degree) and transfer to another college to take graduate work (e.g., Masters, Doctorate, Law, Medicine)

34<= /o:p>

16.5%

 = ;

Q.7  What were your reasons for choosing to attend UMC? (select as many as apply) 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

Cost

54<= /o:p>

26.2%

Admission standards

18<= /o:p>

8.7%

Size

139=

67.5%

Social atmosphere

53<= /o:p>

25.7%

Location= ; UMC is "close" to home

0

0.0%

Location= , UMC is "far" from home

0

0.0%

Type of academic programs available

114=

55.3%

Academic reputation

61<= /o:p>

29.6%

Availabi= lity of scholarship or financial aid

43<= /o:p>

20.9%

Advice of parents or relatives

18<= /o:p>

8.7%

Advice o= f high school personnel

21<= /o:p>

10.2%

To be wi= th friends

17<= /o:p>

8.3%

Prestige= and recognition of attending the University of Minnesota=

49<= /o:p>

23.8%

Availabi= lity of on-campus housing

27<= /o:p>

13.1%

Availabi= lity of on-campus childcare

2

1.0%

Use of notebook computers and related technology

61<= /o:p>

29.6%

To parti= cipate as a member of an athletic team

47<= /o:p>

22.8%

Other, n= ot listed

28<= /o:p>

13.6%

 = ;

8. Students differ in their background experiences. Which = of the following experiences have you had at your high school or transfer coll= ege?

 

Yes

No

 

N

%

N

%

Q.8-1  Took one or more classes that included an international focus?

83<= /o:p>

40.3%

123=

59.7%

Q.8-2  Had a close friend with a racial background different from yours?<= o:p>

116=

56.3%

90<= /o:p>

43.7%

Q.8-3  Worked together on a class assignment with a student whose racial/ethnic background was different from yours?<= /p>

140=

68.0%

66<= /o:p>

32.0%

Q.8-4  Traveled to a country outside of the United States?

82<= /o:p>

39.8%

124=

60.2%

Q.8-5  Earned college credit from UMC through the College in the High Sch= ool program?

24<= /o:p>

11.7%

182=

88.3%

 = ;


9. UMC provides many services and programs to help students with a variety of issues. Please indicate whether or not you would like assistance with any of the following items while you attend UMC.=

 

I would like h= elp:

 

Yes

No

 

N

%

N

%

Q.9-1  expressing my ideas in writing

64<= /o:p>

31.2%

141=

68.8%

Q.9-2  improving my reading speed and comprehension

79<= /o:p>

38.9%

124=

61.1%

Q.9-3  improving my study skills

122=

59.8%

82<= /o:p>

40.2%

Q.9-4  <= /span>improving my mathematical skills

121=

59.0%

84<= /o:p>

41.0%

Q.9-5  with personal concerns

28<= /o:p>

13.9%

173=

86.1%

Q.9-6  to meet with another college student (such as a peer mentor or stu= dent ambassador) and discuss questions that I may have.

60<= /o:p>

29.9%

141=

70.1%

Q.9-7  learning how to arrange for tutors for some of my classes.<= /b>

90<= /o:p>

44.3%

113=

55.7%

Q.9-8  deciding on my educational and career plans

110=

54.2%

93<= /o:p>

45.8%

 

Q.10  I have participated in service learning or volunteer activities in my high school, community, or at another educational institution. 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. Yes

152=

73.8%

2. No

54<= /o:p>

26.2%

 = ;

Q.11  What is the highest level of education completed by your father or mother? 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. Grade school or less

3

1.5%

2. Some = high school

1

0.5%

3. High = school diploma or equivalent

51<= /o:p>

24.8%

4. Busin= ess or trade school (certificate or diploma)

14<= /o:p>

6.8%

5. Some college

32<= /o:p>

15.5%

6. Assoc= iate degree (two-year)

23<= /o:p>

11.2%

7. Bache= lor's degree (four-year)

59<= /o:p>

28.6%

8. Some graduate or professional school

4

1.9%

9. Compl= eted graduate or professional school (Masters, Ph.D., JD, LLD, etc.)

8

3.9%

10. Don'= t know

11<= /o:p>

5.3%

 = ;

12. Indicate whether= each of the following was a MAJOR source, a MINOR source, or NO= T A SOURCE of your information about UMC.

 

Major

Minor

Not

 

N

%

N

%

N

%

Q.12-1  Announcements on radio or television

7

3.4%

26<= /o:p>

12.6%

173=

84.0%

Q.12-2  Articles in newspapers or magazines

9

4.4%

48<= /o:p>

23.3%

149=

72.3%

Q.12-3  UMC alumni

26<= /o:p>

12.6%

55<= /o:p>

26.7%

125=

60.7%

Q.12-4  UMC athletic coaches contacts

30<= /o:p>

14.6%

29<= /o:p>

14.1%

147=

71.4%

Q.12-5  UMC publications/literature

34<= /o:p>

16.5%

58<= /o:p>

28.2%

114=

55.3%

Q.12-6  UMC website

94<= /o:p>

45.6%

64<= /o:p>

31.1%

48<= /o:p>

23.3%

Q.12-7  UMC faculty contacts

41<= /o:p>

19.9%

67<= /o:p>

32.5%

98<= /o:p>

47.6%

Q.12-8  UMC admissions counselor visit to your college, high school, or ca= reer fair

47<= /o:p>

22.8%

57<= /o:p>

27.7%

102=

49.5%

Q.12-9  UMC representatives telephone calls

24<= /o:p>

11.7%

67<= /o:p>

32.5%

115=

55.8%

Q.12-10  Friends at UMC

46<= /o:p>

22.3%

39<= /o:p>

18.9%

121=

58.7%

Q.12-11  High school or college administrators (Principal, Librarian, trans= fer specialist, etc.)

20<= /o:p>

9.7%

58<= /o:p>

28.2%

128=

62.1%

Q.12-12  High school or college counselor or teacher

31<= /o:p>

15.0%

62<= /o:p>

30.1%

113=

54.9%

Q.12-13  High school or college classmates

27<= /o:p>

13.1%

40<= /o:p>

19.4%

139=

67.5%

Q.12-14  Parents or relatives

28<= /o:p>

13.6%

56<= /o:p>

27.2%

122=

59.2%

Q.12-15  Visit(s) to the campus

90<= /o:p>

43.7%

61<= /o:p>

29.6%

55<= /o:p>

26.7%

Q.12-16  Letters from admissions

58<= /o:p>

28.2%

88<= /o:p>

42.7%

60<= /o:p>

29.1%

 

Q.13  Of all the colleges I considered attending UMC was my: 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. First choice

154=

75.9%

2. Second choice

43<= /o:p>

21.2%

3. Third choice

3

1.5%

4. Fourt= h or lower choice

3

1.5%

 = ;

Q.14  What one other college or school did you most seriously consider attending before choosing UMC? (If the college is not included in the follo= wing list skip to question #15 below). 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. I did= not consider attending any college other than UMC

27<= /o:p>

13.1%

2. Alexandria Tech=

1

0.5%

3. Bemidji State University<= /st1:PlaceType>

13<= /o:p>

6.3%

4. Colorado State University, Ft. Collins

2

1.0%

5. Conco= rdia, Moorhead

1

0.5%

6. Iowa State, Ames<= o:p>

1

0.5%

7. Itasca Community C= ollege, Grand Rapids

1

0.5%

8. Mayville State

3

1.5%

9. Minnesota State, Mankato

3

1.5%

10. Minnesota State, Moorhead

5

2.4%

11. Montana State, Bozeman

2

1.0%

12. North Dakota State= College= of Science, Wahpeton

4

1.9%

13. North Dakota State= University, Fargo

13<= /o:p>

6.3%

14. Nort= hland Community and Tech College, Thief River Falls & East Grand Forks

7

3.4%

15. Rain= y River Community Co= llege, International Falls

0

0.0%

16. Ridgewater Communi= ty College, Willmar & = Hutchinson=

1

0.5%

17. South Dakota State University<= /st1:PlaceType>, Brookings

8

3.9%

18. Southwest State University, Marshall

0

0.0%

19. St. Cloud State University<= /st1:PlaceType>

9

4.4%

20. St. Cloud Technical College=

1

0.5%

21. University of Mani= toba, Winnipeg

0

0.0%

22. University of Minn= esota, Duluth

6

2.9%

23. University of Minnesota, Morris

1

0.5%

24. University of Minn= esota, Twin Cities

11<= /o:p>

5.3%

25. University of Mont= ana, Missoula

0

0.0%

26. University of Nort= h Dakota, Grand Forks

20<= /o:p>

9.7%

27. University of Wisc= onsin, Eau Claire

2

1.0%

28. University of Wisc= onsin, Madison

0

0.0%

29. University of Wisconsin, Parkside

0

0.0%

30. University of Wisc= onsin, River <= st1:PlaceType w:st=3D"on">Falls

12<= /o:p>

5.8%

31. University of Wisc= onsin, Stevens Point

4

1.9%

32. University of Wisconsin, Stout

2

1.0%

33. Valley City State University

1

0.5%

34. Vermillion Community College, Ely

9

4.4%

35. Winona State University<= /st1:PlaceType>

3

1.5%

36. Not = listed

33<= /o:p>

16.0%

 


= 15. Answer this question only if the college or school you most seriously considered attending was not listed in question #16 above.

 

Q.15-1 College (please do not abbreviate): -

Argosy

Minnea= polis

MN

August= ana College

Souix<= /span> Falls

South = Dakota

Bemidj= i State University<= /st1:PlaceType>

Bemidj= i

Minnes= ota

Bemidj= i State University<= /st1:PlaceType>

Bemidj= i

Minnes= ota

Bemidj= i State University<= /st1:PlaceType>

Bemidj= i

MN

bismar= ck state

bismar= ck

north = dakota

Centra= l Lakes College

Brainerd

Minnes= ota

coahoma

coahmoa co.

mississippi

college of the redwoods

eureaka

Ca.

Concordia

Moorhe= ad

Minnes= ota

Gustavus Adolphus

St. Peter

MN

Humboldt St. University

Arcata

Califo= rnia

Nation= al American Universi= ty

Rapid = City

South = Dakota

NDSU

Fargo<= /span>

ND

North = Dakota State University<= /st1:PlaceType>

Fargo<= /span>

North = Dakota

northland

east grand forks

MN

Northland

Ashlan= d

Wisconson

Northl= and College

(Not Answered)

Wisconson

Olivet Nazarene

chicag= o

IL

Pittsb= urg State

Pittsb= urg

KS

Rice University

(Not Answered)

Texas<= /span>

Roches= ter College andTechni= cal College

Roches= ter

Minnes= ota

THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO-COLORADO SPRINGS

COLORA= DO SPRINGS

COLORA= DO

umd

duluth=

mn

Univer= sity of Minnesota - Twin = Cities

Minnea= polis

Minnes= ota

Univer= sity of Nebraksa

Lincol= n

Nebras= ka

Univer= sity of North Dakota

Grand = Forks

North = Dakota

Univer= sity of Saskatchewan

Saskat= oon

Saskatchewan (Canada)

University= of Wisconsin Green Bay

Green = Bay

Wiscon= sin

University= of Wisconsin, Oshkosh

Oshkos= h

Wiscon= sin

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

River<= /span> Falls

Wiscon= sin

Unversity of Wisconsin Milwaukee

Milwau= kee

Wiscon= sin

upper iowa

fayette

iowa

Vermil= ion Community College (Attend= ed)

Ely

Minnes= ota

western illinios university

MaComb=

IL

winona= state university

winona=

minnes= ota

 

Q.16  My registration status at UMC:  <= /span>

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. New freshman

147=

71.7%

2. Trans= fer, have previously attended college

58<= /o:p>

28.3%

 = ;

Q.18 Please add any comments or suggestions you = may have 

• Th= is is a really nice school and is a good size for what I am looking for

• It= was easy and very user friendly for students.

• Mo= re specialized help for transfer students.

• Go= od job with registration

• Everybody has been very helpful answering all the questions I have had along the way.

• Crookston has always been a very friendly campus and made me feel at home <= o:p>

• I = am very grateful for all the wonderful assistance I have received while being processed for my very first year at college.  All questions I asked were answered promptly and were the answers I were looking for.  Exceptional help for a student abo= ut to start a very new experience!

 • Staff is very helpful and welcoming.

• go= od school and everyone does a great job representing it!

 • I am Very excited to attend= this school, ad I like it a lot

 • I hate laptops!!

 • I appreciated the attention= that was given by all the departments that I had encountered <= /p>

• No= ne, you are all doing a great job in making me feel welcome. All of the students are very welcoming.

 • Good Survey

 • Free tuition for everyone <= o:p>

 = ;

Q.19  I give permission for someone from UMC to contact me to provide additional in= formation or respond to a concern I may have expressed. 

Choice

Count

Percenta= ge Answered

1. Yes, = it's OK to contact me

180=

87.4%

2. No, p= lease do not contact me

26<= /o:p>

12.6%

 = ;

THANK YOU!

 

PRIVACY STATEM= ENT

Under no circumst= ances will anyone else at the University have access to your data. Any report prepared= for the University will not include any information that will make it possible = to identify a participant or small group of participants.

 There are no risks associated= with your participation in this survey

This is voluntary. You may choose not to participate in this survey.= If you do decide to participate, you are free to quit the survey at any time. = Your decision whether or not to participate will not affect your current or futu= re relations with the Univer= sity of Minnesota.

When completing the survey, please give your most honest and candid respons= es. You may skip any question that you do not want to answer. However, we hope = that you will answer all the questions honestly, giving us the best possible information.

Questions? If you have any questions about the study, you may contact the Office of Institutional Research at (218) 281-8560.
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