DATA SHARING TEMPLATES
RNL has developed customizable Infographic PDFs, PowerPoint templates, and Executive Summary Word documents which you can use to share your data on campus. It is important to communicate with your leadership, faculty, staff and students about the results and these documents provide easy to use formats to do that. The data sharing documents help you to:
- Be transparent with the data you are gathering at your institution
- Share a high-level introduction to your satisfaction survey results
- Organize the data in a way that will make sense to people without overwhelming them
- Start conversations on ways to improve the student experience
- Be accountable for improving student satisfaction in the future
Use the links below to download the appropriate document(s) for the survey versions you administer on campus to customize with your results.
Suggestions on where to share these documents
- Senior leadership meetings
- Faculty sessions
- Departmental meetings
- Staff gatherings
- Student government sessions
- Alumni communications
Post the infographic in high traffic areas:
- Student union
Strengths and Challenges Discussion Worksheet
This worksheet provides guidance for brainstorming sessions around your strength and challenge items. You can insert one statement per sheet and distribute to work groups to guide their discussions on how best to celebrate strengths and identify initiatives to respond to the challenges.
Action Plan Worksheet
This worksheet provides an example of a way to document the challenge items and associated action steps, including who owns the activity and budget considerations.
Fact Book Example
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College shares how they reshaped the raw data file into a published Fact Book on their website: click here. (Shared with permission.)
Contact Adam Swanson with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Break Out Report Example
A client shared this breakout report focused on data for Admissions and Financial Aid. It also includes a section for identifying action steps and budget dollars needed. (Shared with permission.)
Contact Candi Alexander with questions at Candi.Alexander@fresno.edu
Overview of Results Example
Clarkson College provided this example of how they shared an overview of their results. (Shared with permission).
Contact Neka Miller with questions at email@example.com.
Multi-Year Analysis For Multiple Surveys Example
A client shared this example of tracking and presenting the results over multiple administrations for their SSI, ASPS and IPS results. (Shared with permission.)
Data Elements By Department
This document has RNL’s suggestions for key data points from your SPS results to be shared with various departments on campus.
Tuition Paid Worthwhile Messaging
If your students identified “Tuition paid is a worthwhile investment” as a challenge, you may want to consider opportunities for additional messaging to change perceptions in this area.
This document shares a variety of examples that clients have shared with RNL on how they are presenting and sharing their results on campus.
ADDITIONAL SATISFACTION-PRIORITIES SURVEYS RESOURCES
Head to our client resource page if you have questions about how to access, review, and share your SPS results.Client Resource Page
Check out our RNL blogs page. You can search on Student Satisfaction or Student Success or any other topic of interest to you.Blogs
We invite you to join our Student Success LinkedIn Group. Find us at: RNL Student Success
Contact Julie Bryant if you would like to share examples of the ways you are presenting and sharing your results to be included on this site.