We collaborate with researchers throughout UCI and the UC system to survey students about their educational experiences.
University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES)
UCI regularly administers the UCUES, a longitudinal online census of undergraduate students in the UC system. All undergraduate students who are at least 18 years old are invited to participate.
At the Center for Assessment and Applied Research, UCUES data is the primary source for providing campus leaders with insight into the undergraduate student experience. UCUES results are consistently incorporated into the academic program review process, providing a comprehensive assessment of academic engagement, student satisfaction with instruction and advising, perceptions of campus climate, time allocation, and post-graduation plans.
More information is available on the UC Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES) website.
UCI Measuring Undergraduate Success Trajectories project (UCI-MUST)
CAAR assists with data collection and analysis of the UCI Measuring Undergraduate Success Trajectories project (UCI-MUST).
The Next Generation Undergraduate Success Measurement Project, also known as the UCI Measuring Undergraduate Success Trajectories project (UCI-MUST), is tracking for two years a random sample of more than 1,200 UCI undergraduates. Data is being collected in three different strands, each overseen by a School of Education faculty member. Everything from transcripts to online classroom behavior, living situations to student moods is being considered.
Please visit the UCI-MUST website for more information on the project.