30-60-90 Student Success Roadmap

30-60-90 Roadmap Student Self-Assessment Surveys

Students enrolled in SSP 1000, UMD Seminar, are required to complete a series of two self-assessment surveys.

The surveys are intended to provide you, a student new to UMD, with an opportunity to gage how your transition to UMD is going - to acknowledge what's going well and to identify areas you'd like to improve upon. You are not expected to rate yourself at the positive end of each question's scale since most students typically have a range of experiences, from successes to challenges, as they transition into the college environment. The key to completing the survey is to be honest about how things are going for you at this point in time.

You will be asked to share your survey results with your SSP 1000 instructor and TA. Your survey results may also be shared with your academic advisor, the individual designated by the University to support your academic success. Beyond that, individual survey results are confidential and only generalized data will be used. What this means, for example, is that data indicating that 48% of survey respondents report they study 20 or more hours a week might be shared in a UMD report but NOT that Betty Bulldog studies less than 9 hours per week.

Important - Please read before completing the survey...

Once you've entered the survey, you will need to select your SSP 1000 section. If you are unsure of your instructor's name and when your section meets, then please verify this information before beginning the survey. (Your course syllabus should list this information.)

At the end of this survey, select  "submit" only once.  It may take a 5-10 seconds for the submission to register.

Finally, select "Print your answers"Save this document as a PDF and email it as an attachment to your SSP 1000 TA or instructor. If your instructor requested a printed copy of your results, then simply print the PDF.

The deadeline for completing Fall 2011 UMD Seminar surveys has passed.

 

Not enrolled in SSP 1000? Complete this survey and then review your results using the interpretation guide.


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