Survey Item Bank
How to Develop Useful Interfaith Surveys
Surveys allow us to collect a variety of information about our programs. If you need to develop a survey to collect information from students and/or colleagues, the most important part is to understand the type of information you actually need to collect. This guide provides examples and considerations for survey items that measure:
Demographics Information: What are effective ways of gathering survey respondents’ demographic information?
Satisfaction: To what degree were participants satisfied with various aspects of the program?
Learning Outcomes: How much do participants think they learned after participating in the program?
Campus Climate: How do students and/or employees perceive various aspects of the campus climate?