Student Survey Research
The Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement (BCSSE) is a standardized survey administered to incoming first-time freshmen asking about their high school experiences and expectations for their first-year at SJSU.
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), conducted once every three years, is a major source of information on students' academic experiences and level of satisfaction at SJSU.
Spring 2020 Student Success Survey included questions about students’ experiences after the transition to remote learning in mid-March of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Student Opinion of Teaching Evaluations, or SOTEs (regular courses), and Student Opinion of Lab and Activity Teaching Evaluations, or SOLATEs (lab/activity sections), are the standard course evaluation instruments completed by SJSU students at the end of each semester.
Campus Community Survey Research
The SJSU Campus Climate Survey is a periodic survey of the campus community covering overall experiences, interactions with different groups on campus, and any exposure to intolerance or discrimination.
Evaluation survey that departments or units may use or customize when conducting a review.
Spring 2019 faculty job satisfaction survey administered by San José State University partnered with the Collaborative On Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE).
The Fall 2020 Faculty Survey explored faculty experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, well-being and caregiving responsibilities, and the transition to online teaching and remote working.
The City of San José Annual Report on City Services. This report provides performance data on the cost, quantity, quality, timeliness, and public opinion of City services.