Links to Related Sites

The following are links to related websites that may be of interest. You can also visit our Data and Research Resources page and the Evergreen Online Media Galleries which include the College Archives.

Student Learning Surveys

College Student Experience Questionnaire (CSEQ)

The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment has administered student learning surveys that are based on the College Student Experience Questionnaire (CSEQ). These surveys gather information on self-reported progress in various areas.

A subset of questions from the CSEQ was administered from Spring 1997 to Spring 2003. The last time the full CSEQ survey was administered was in academic year 1996-97. For more information select one of the following links:

Link to Human Subjects Review

If you plan to conduct research involving human subjects, you should first familiarize yourself with Evergreen's human subjects review policy. This link will take you outside the Institutional Research and Assessment website.

Institutional Research and Assessment

We assess teaching and learning, evaluate educational practices and services, and report demographic and evaluative data for institutional decision making and external reporting.

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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Resources

If you are a member of the Evergreen community of faculty, students, or staff:

Gallery of Former Employees

Professional Staff

Jennifer Rodriguez, Research Project Coordinator
Photo of Jennifer Rodriguez

Scott Sebring, Research Associate

First-time, First-year Applicants and Students

Statistics for first-time, first-year students include students with college credits earned prior to high school graduation, such as Running Start, Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and College in the High School.

Faculty Teaching Strategies for Research

The documents below outline assignments that guide students through the process of developing a preliminary statement and research prospectus, collaborating with other students on research, and evaluating the research at the end of a program. These resources were developed by Evergreen faculty member Jeanne Hahn.

Read a note about these documents or select one of the documents below: