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NIU Housing and Dining will conduct its second annual customer-satisfaction survey from Monday, Oct. 28, through Friday, Nov. 8. The survey provides students with an opportunity to provide feedback on their dining experiences. The survey will help NIU Dining enhance its dining options with the goal to be among the nation’s best. “I encourage all...
MAP-Works: Making Achievement Possible
Are you getting involved on campus? Are you attending class regularly? Are you enjoying your NIU experience? The answers to these and other questions can be found through MAP-Works. All new freshmen and transfer students are encouraged to participate in the first MAP-Works survey of the 2013-2014 academic year. Students participating in MAP-Works complete a...
Students from across the region transfer to NIU.
Results from NIU’s Fall 2012 Transfer Student Survey show that approximately 90 percent of NIU on-campus transfer students found the process of transferring to NIU to be “manageable,” “easy” or “very easy.” The majority of transfer students also reported that they were “well prepared” or “extremely well prepared” by their community college to transition to...
All freshman and new transfer students are encouraged to participate in the final MAP-Works survey for the 2012-2013 academic year. The survey is available now through Monday, Feb. 25, and is accessible through students’ NIU e-mail accounts or by visiting the Office of Student Academic Success website. For students looking to maintain or improve their first semester grades, MAP-Works might...
Do you have good study habits? Are you getting enough sleep at night? Do you miss being at home? The answers to these questions could be indicative of your overall success in college, and the NIU MAP-Works survey-based assistance program is designed to keep freshman and new transfer students focused on reaching their academic goals....
NIU’s Information Technology Services (ITS) is modernizing and improving the services they provide to students and faculty. ITS has involved the Experiential Learning Center (ELC) of the College of Business to help construct a go green marketing and strategy plan. Through the use of surveys, student and faculty feedback regarding campus-wide services such as Wi-Fi,...
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Second-year students at NIU could win an iPad 3, a Kindle Fire or a $25 gift card for Ollie’s Frozen Custard by participating in the Sophomore Experiences Survey online by Saturday, March 31. The 15-minute survey was sent as a link in an e-mail to nearly 1,700 second-year students earlier this month. Developed by Laurie...
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The NIU chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is soliciting NIU students to participate in an online survey to understand NIU students’ perception about this year’s presidential election campaign with special attention to the current GOP race. The online survey aims to understand college students’ overall interest in the presidential election...
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The Office of Student Engagement & Experiential Learning is encouraging student participation in the National Survey of Student Engagement. NIU students with either freshman or senior standing are asked to participate in this survey as it plays an important role in shaping future student engagement experiences at Northern Illinois University. As NIU embarks in the...
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As part of Housing & Dining’s continuing efforts to enhance services to the residential campus community, Residential Dining has engaged Porter Khouw Consulting to assist in examining residential dining needs on campus. The consulting company will launch a survey for all NIU students Friday, Feb. 10. During an on-campus visit, Porter Khouw Consulting met with...
MAP-Works: Making Achievement Possible
Every freshman and new transfer student is encouraged to participate in the final MAP-Works survey for the 2011-2012 academic year. According to the MAP-Works Fall Transition Survey, 81.9 percent of students predicted getting a fall grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Only 44 percent of those students reached or surpassed that goal. For students...
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Do you use the NIU Communiversity phone book? Staff at ITS Telecommunications want to know how faculty and staff use this directory, and whether the book is a valuable resource for certain information. All faculty and staff are encouraged to log on to an online survey and answer a few short questions; it takes about...
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