Freshman Survey

The Freshman Survey is a free anonymous snapshot that you can use to measure your college readiness.

Questions for Freshman Survey

1.

As of right now, in which area are you most likely to major? If you aren't leaning in any direction yet, just select "I'm not sure.

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. I'm not sure
  2. Business & Management
  3. Engineering or Applied Sciences
  4. Humanities
  5. Fine Arts
  6. Biological Sciences
  7. Physical Sciences or Mathematics
  8. Social Sciences
2.

How confident are you that this will be the right area of study for you?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. Not confident at all/ Don't know enough yet
  2. Slightly confident
  3. Somewhat confident
  4. Confident
  5. Very confident
3.

How interested are you in doing the following during your undergraduate years

The answer should be a multiple choice:
  1. Getting a job to help pay for college expenses
  2. Doing community service, as part of a course (e.g., service learning)
  3. Volunteering or community service, not as part of a course
  4. Studying abroad
  5. Working with a professor on a research project
  6. Doing independent study (self-designed credit courses)
  7. Having an internship
  8. Participating in ROTC or the National Guard
  9. Joining a student club or organization
  10. Joining a fraternity or sorority
  11. Taking courses offered outside your undergraduate college
4.

You will face a number of new situations, both social and academic, in the coming year.How well prepared do you feel you are to

The answer should be a single (or) multiple choice by row and column:
Succeed academically
Get along socially
Live away from home
Select the courses you will take
Have a roommate
Ask for help when you need it
Find a group where you feel like you belong
Manage your time effectively
Unprepared
Somewhat prepared
Quite well prepared
Very well prepared
5.

What degree(s), if any, do you plan to pursue in the future? Mark all that you expect to pursue

The answer should be a multiple choice:
  1. Master's degree in an academic field (e.g., MA, MS)
  2. Master's degree in Business (MBA)
  3. Other professional Master's (e.g., MSW, MPH, MEd)
  4. Law degree (e.g., JD, LLB)
  5. Medical degree (e.g., MD, DO, DDS, DVM)
  6. PhD
  7. Professional or other doctorate (e.g., EdD, PsyD)
  8. Still unsure

Freshman Survey FAQ

What is a freshman survey?
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A freshman survey is a form/survey that helps the educational institute know more about the college's new students.

Who is this freshman survey for?
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This freshman survey is for the new joiners, especially for the college.

What is a freshmen survey used for?
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A freshman survey is used by the educational institute to know the career goals, attitudes, opinions, and interests of the new joiners.

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