Student Affairs Research Evaluation & Planning
The Office of Student Affairs Research and Evaluation (SAREP) is responsible for the leadership and coordination of assessment efforts within the Division of Student Affairs.
Culture of Inquiry
Learning in the Division of Student Affairs is promoted through the Culture of Inquiry Model. Created collaboratively at OSU, we encourage use of this model for developing inquiries and competencies within Student Affairs Assessment.
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Highlights from 2013-2014 Student Affairs Division Annual Report
- Student Affairs employed over 2,921 undergraduate and graduate students.
- Student Affairs professionals taught 87 academic courses in 2013-2014.
- Student Affairs professionals brought in $256,365.81 in grants and donations.
- 73 total student-parent families were enrolled in Childcare and Family Resources (CFR); a total of 3812 hours of childcare provided at the Dixon and Valley Library locations (an increase in utilization from last year for both locations).
- A five-year plan has been developed to remedy the 350+ accessibility barriers which were identified in the 87-year-old Memorial Union building.
- The Human Services Resource Center (HSRC) served 2,223 people from 1,114 households (14% decrease and a 6% increase from last year, respectively).
- Student and Parent Participants in START: 8,896 (5,528 students, 3,368 family members; 117 international students served through online orientation).
- The Office of the Dean of Student Life provided responses to 117 cases through the Student Care Team, and 246 responses through the Student Life Assistance Team.
- The Student Events and Activities Center supported 426 student organizations recognized in 2013-14.
- University Housing & Dining Services retained 92% of students living in the residence halls in their first year.
- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated celebrated being the FIRST Black Greek Letter Organization Sorority to be established as a chapter on the campus of OSU
- The annual student satisfaction survey of students living in the residence halls found that of the 1,599 respondents, 99.2% reported feeling safe in their room.
- An estimated 188 Cultural Events were booked at the Memorial Union with an attendance of 55,000 people.
- The Memorial Union Program Council hosted 20 community-focused activities with participation of approximately 20,000 students. The largest event was Dam Jam with 8,000+ students in attendance.
- International Students of OSU (ISOSU) hosted 28 community focused activities with participation of approximately 7,500 students.
- In 2013-14, the Adventures in Leadership Institute delivered a total of 93 credit hours to a total of 1,293 students.
- There were 895,352 total swipes into the Dixon Recreational Center, and 57,739 total swipes into Mc Alexander. The percentage of unique student users that swiped in to Recreational Sports facilities was 61%, and the percentage of eligible faculty/staff that swiped in to Recreational Sports facilities was 21%.
- In 2013-14, Student Health Services provided care for 42,684 student appointments.
- Student Health Services launched the new Collegiate Recovery Center and a permanent home established in McNary Hall. Over 16 students have participated in the CRC since start of fall 2013.
- Student engagement in career development is increasing with additional requests for individual career counseling and advising appointments to 1,951 sessions (up 22.6%).
- Over 5,000 students attended the Career Fairs this year & the number of employers participating in Career Fairs increased this year to 559 (up 22%).
- KBVR-FM was selected Best College Radio Station at a University with more than 10,000 students by Intercollegiate Broadcasting System.
- The Center for Civic Engagement was awarded the 2014 Outstanding Service Project of the Year from the Association of College Unions International.