Assessing Access & Outcomes

Click here to access the Diversity Assessment Posters and discuss how you can make this information actionable. These twenty-three posters reflect a collaborative effort across the division to apply a diversity-lens to information on access and outcomes. This is a deliberate exploration of the data we currently hold for the purpose of identifying gaps between student groups. …

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Gender Role Stress – How GRS might help explain sexual assault on college campuses

By Lisa Maletsky, MPH Coordinator, Student Persistence Research The Office of Student Persistence Research assessed sexual assault in two campus-wide surveys conducted in 2014 and 2016. Results from the most recent 2016 survey are consistent with the sexual assault literature (NETMAT presentation of survey highlights is available on the “Presentations” page of this blog). For …

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Advanced Registration, More Than Recruitment

By Theo Meek Coordinator, Admissions and Records Review more information on the effectiveness of Advanced Registration What do 3,183 students, a 93.2% full-time semester-to-semester retention rate, and an average enrollment of 15.8 credits all have in common? They are all characteristics of the freshmen class of Fall 2016 that participated in the University of Nevada, …

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