In order to better understand the experiences and opinions of campus employees, OIRP routinely participates in a national faculty satisfaction survey, and administers a locally developed satisfaction survey for non-instructional staff. Both the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) Faculty Satisfaction Survey and the NC State Staff Well-Being Survey collect information on a wide range of issues identified as critical to satisfaction and engagement, and therefore to recruitment and retention efforts. The data provided through these various surveys support evidence-driven planning and assessment throughout the university, and are used by administrators, divisions/colleges, and by non-academic units across campus.
Extensive documentation and reports on results from our faculty and staff surveys are available on our website. Available reports typically include those detailing the survey methodology and response rates, a copy of the questionnaire, a detailed summary of the overall results, and tables of results broken out by various sub-groups (e.g., gender, race/ethnicity, tenure status, rank, college/division), and, for the COACHE faculty survey, peer comparisons. Additional reports are available on request.
Go here to learn more about the various students and alumni surveys we administer and to see reports on results.