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Survey Administration Schedule

Welcome Week and Check-In Survey

Schedule: February 5 – 10

Method: Online Survey sent to UMBC email

Target Student Population: New Students (Undergraduates)

Purpose: Outreach to connect new students with campus resources and services, and their transition experience to UMBC.


Undergraduate Informal Student Conversations

Schedule: Twice a month in February, March, and April

Method: Check-In Conversations (one hour)

Target Student Population: Undergraduate Student Leaders, Residential Students, Commuter Students & Athletes

Purpose: Gauge pulse of the student on-campus. Topics: online student experience, safety protocols, access to student services, student wellbeing and sense of belonging


Graduate Student Informal Student Conversations

Schedule: Once a month in February, March, and April

Method: Check-In Conversations (one hour)

Target Student Population: Graduate Student Leaders

Purpose: Gauge the pulse of the graduate student experience.  Topics: online student experience, student well-being, access to student services


MD Alcohol Survey

Schedule: February 21 – March 14

Method: Online anonymous survey sent through the MD Collaborative

Target Student Population: Random Sample of Full-time Undergraduates Ages 18-25

Purpose: To measure levels of alcohol use and excessive drinking, the alcohol-related consequences that drinkers experience, and the harms students experience as a result of other students’ drinking


Undergraduate Wellbeing Survey

Schedule: March 1 – 10

Method: Online Survey sent to UMBC email; Send out notification to Student Organizations

Target Student Population: All Undergraduates

Purpose: Gauge student wellbeing and connection, COVID-19 Impacts on Academic Progression


Graduate Wellbeing Survey

Schedule: March 1 – 10

Method: Online Survey sent to UMBC email; Send out notification to Student Organizations

Target Student Population: All Graduate Students

Purpose: Gauge student wellbeing and connection, COVID-19 Impacts on Academic Progression