Our findings support the enhancement of GSU experiences for students, employees, and visitors.
The Georgia State University (GSU) Staff Climate Survey was originally developed in 2013 by an ad hoc committee of GSU Staff Council members and university representatives. Since then, the Office of Institutional Research (OIR) has been using this instrument to survey GSU staff biannually to learn more about their opinions regarding GSU as a workplace.
The university fact book provides a picture of our university using data about our enrollment, admissions, policies, degrees, students, faculty, staff, and instructional sites. The fact book is updated every year, and we are always taking suggestions for improvement. Note that no fact books were made between 1996 and 2012 for the GSU Atlanta campus.
The First-Year Student Study surveys incoming Freshman with the Fall Expectation survey to gather how students think their experiences as freshman at Georgia State University will be. In the Spring semester, students are then surveyed again with the Spring Experience survey to gather what their experiences have been thus far. The findings from these surveys are reported collectively to show what the expectations versus actual experiences are.
In addition to our group research, many of our team members have done additional research. Learn more about our interesting findings here.
Here we store more of our historic GSU-related reports and findings.