2015 Survey Instrument
The Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) was designed to complement the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), which is administered to undergraduate students. FSSE measures instructional staff (faculty, instructors, graduate students who teach, etc.) expectations for student engagement in educational practices that are empirically linked with student learning and development. FSSE focuses on:
- How often instructional staff use effective teaching strategies;
- How much instructional staff encourage students to collaborate;
- The nature and frequency of student interactions with instructional staff;
- Opportunities for students to engage diverse perspectives;
- The importance instructional staff place on increasing institutional support for students;
- The importance instructional staff place on various areas of learning and development; and
- How instructional staff organize their time, both in and out of the classroom.
The following links are to facsimiles of the online FSSE instrument as it appears to the instructional staff.
Survey Instruments (PDF)
For a screen view of the FSSE survey and all modules as they appear to respondents, please click hereFor information about FSSE for Canadian schools, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
New in 2013, FSSE participating institutions may append up to two topical modules – short sets of questions on designated topics such as academic advising, civic engagement, experiences with diversity, technology, and/or writing. Modules allow for deeper exploration of important areas based on campus needs. Modules for graduate students who teach are limited to experiences with diversity, technology, and/or writing.