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Group Questionnaire

Group Questionnaire

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College Environment Assessment Questionnaire
COLLEGE ENVIRONMENT ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNIARE
 
Please print legibly. Limit essay answers to a maximum of 150 words 
.Formal Name of OrganizationSchoolAddressDate Accomplished1. College Environment. Colleges and universities differ from one another to the extent to which they emphasizeor focus on various aspects of student development. Thinking of your experiences as a student, to what extentto you think are the following aspects are emphasized? The responses are number 7 to 1, with the highest andlowest point illustrated. Shade the circle with the number that best represents your impression on each of thefollowing seven-point rating scale.Emphasis on developing academic, scholarly and intellectual qualitiesStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on developing aesthetic, expressive and creative qualitiesStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on developing critical, evaluative and analytical qualitiesStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on an understanding and appreciation of human diversityStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on developing information literacy skills (e.g., using computers, etc)Strong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on developing vocational and occupational competenceStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on the personal relevance and practical value of your courseStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on developing personal values and ethical behaviorStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on self-understanding and learning to establish relationships with othersStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on inculcating a deep motivation for excellenceStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on love of country and sense of nationalismStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on reading and a deep motivation for knowledge upgradingStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on sense of community and awareness about current issuesStrong Emphasis
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Weak Emphasis
 
Emphasis on social and ethical issues such as peace, justice and human rightsStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on appreciation for traditions and cultureStrong Emphasis
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Weak EmphasisEmphasis on religious faith and personal spiritualityStrong Emphasis
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Weak Emphasis2. Relationship of the Student Council with Others. The next ratings refer to relations of the student council withpeople at your college. Again, thinking of your own experience, please rate the quality of these relationships withthe student council on each of the following seven-point ratingRelationship with other studentsPositive
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NegativeRelationship with auxiliary personnel (maintenance, library, non-teaching personnel)Positive
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NegativeRelationship with other student organizationsPositive
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NegativeRelationship with faculty membersPositive
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NegativeRelationship with the school administrationPositive
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NegativeRelationship with the school board of trustees or board of regentsPositive
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NegativeRelationship with the local communityPositive
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NegativeRelationship with the local government authoritiesPositive
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Negative3. Student Council Organizational Chart. Using a separate sheet of paper, please draw the organizational chartof the student council of your school. Indicate the roles and relationship of the different offices of the studentcouncil.4. Vision-Mission-Goal Statements. Does your student council have vision-mission and goal statements? Pleasewrite them down below. ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________ 
 
5. Student Council Elections. Describe and explain the procedure and rules and frequency of student councilelections in your college or university. ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________  ___________________________________________________________________ 6. Action Planning. Below is a sample action plan. Please indicate whether your student council has alreadyconducted such an activity by checking the first box
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and whether your council intends to conduct in thefuture such an activity by crossing the second box
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. In the space provided after each objective, indicate thedetails (name of activity, date, venue) of the activity you have already conducted.
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Help students in their quest for learning, intellectual growth and academic excellence through groupstudy methods, tutorial sessions, sharing of class reference materials and research assistance. __________________________________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________________________________ 
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Complement classroom learning by providing methods that would help the students to betterunderstand certain issues and problems that concern the human person and the human society as awhole and classroom topics and other academic matters such as lectures, seminars, open forums,formal discussions, debates and similar academic functions. __________________________________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________________________________ 
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Develop individual self-expression especially through the appreciation of cultural and literary arts andencourage the cultivation of literary and artistic talents and to develop within each individual healthy andconsistent study and reading habits. __________________________________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________________________________ 
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Provide an alternative arena and an appropriate and efficient avenue for a holistic human personalitydevelopment and self-appreciation through seminars, talks, workshops, peer counseling and colloquia. __________________________________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________________________________ 
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Help students to better understand human sexuality and other relative issues in order to help them dealwith themselves and with problems and situations regarding sexuality through seminars, talks,workshops, sharing sessions and counseling. __________________________________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________________________________ 
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Enable students appreciate sports and games as well as to provide them with regulated and regularopportunity for physical development, cultivate healthy sportsmanship and appreciate camaraderieamong their fellow students. __________________________________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________________________________ 
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Help students develop a mature conscience and mind by developing a healthy hierarchy of prioritiesand decision-making skills through seminars, talks, workshops, sharing sessions and counseling. __________________________________________________________________________________  __________________________________________________________________________________ 

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