National Survey of Student Engagement

YOUR OPINION COUNTS.

On February 6, thousands of first- and fourth-year York University students were invited to take part in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), or “Nessie.” Since then, there has been one reminder email (February 13) from Vice-President Academic & Provost Rhonda Lenton to those who have not yet completed the survey.

Instead of hunting through a full email inbox for the original invitation from the Office of the President, eligible students can also find a personalized link on Moodle or my.yorku.ca page. To check eligibility, see our eligibility chart.

Have your say! We encourage all eligible students to complete the NSSE survey. Your opinion and insights will help us identify the strengths of the York U academic experience as well priorities for change. We know that NSSE leads to good things happening. Visit the We're Listening page to see a list of ways we've enhanced student services, resources and academic outcomes.

What is NSSE?
NSSE stands for the National Survey of Student Engagement. It is widely recognized as a pre-eminent tool for collecting information about academic quality. It is one of the most important surveys York participates in. It gives students the opportunity to tell senior leaders at York about their academic experience: what they are engaged in, what works well or could be improved, and what could make the experience more rewarding.

TOGETHER WE CAN REACH OUR 35 PER CENT PARTICIPATION GOAL!