Student surveys provide essential information in assessing the effectiveness of Embry-Riddle academic programs and services. Four basic types of student surveys are administered to most or all students: end-of-course evaluations, an Alumni Survey, a student satisfaction survey, and participation in national surveys.

The end-of-course evaluations are completed at or near the end of each course, the alumni survey is sent to all graduates approximately one year after graduation, a student satisfaction survey is typically conducted every two years, and periodically the University will participate in national student surveys such as: The National Survey of Student Engagement, the Adult Student Priorities Survey, and the College Senior Survey.

Additionally, some degree programs or departments will survey certain students periodically for the purposes of planning and assessment. The survey information you provide is essential for continuous quality improvement and increased institutional effectiveness.