A campus audit of civic engagement activities is a core requirement of all campuses participating in the American Democracy Project.
As part of this audit, in the fall of 2003 a survey was developed to tap faculty and staff perceptions, beliefs, and activities related to student civic engagement.
Separate surveys were created for professional staff and undergraduate faculty. Since the ADP is oriented towards undergraduate education, the survey was directed only at those faculty who teach undergraduate courses. Each survey contained close to 30 questions. The surveys were administered online through Angel in November of 2003. In total, 43 undergraduate faculty and 46 professional staff responded. We report the most important findings of the survey below.
Since the ADP is oriented towards undergraduate education, the survey was directed only at those faculty who teach undergraduate courses.
Gregory Saxon, author
Sharon Vasquez, editor
SUNY, College at Brockport