Every other year the University of Wyoming surveys our students to determine their satisfaction with everything from their classes to parking to how safe they feel on campus. Compared with other schools across the country, UW students express higher-than-average satisfaction with the university’s overall college experience, variety of course offerings, facilities and personal safety.
The UWSSS consists of one UW student survey conducted on a biennial basis since 1994, along with two national surveys: the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory, first administered at UW in 1998, and the American Collegiate Testing Inc. (ACT) survey, first used at UW in 1994. Together, these surveys provide UW important data and national comparison information.
The 2016 UW student survey, provided to a representative sample of students both on campus and through the Outreach School, yielded about 1,300 responses. Read more about the survey here.