I’m Caitlin McLeod and I’m the Supervisor Residence Life, Education and Leadership for the University of Alberta. Part of what I do is to look into student trends and research the student experience.
As a former resident at UAlberta myself, I’m incredibly passionate about exploring what students love (or don’t love) about residence—and how we can improve.
That’s where you come in: Between March 2, 2020 until April 1, 2020, take the Satisfaction and Learning Survey to answer questions regarding your residence experience, from your room in residence to your roommates to your ideas for future programs!
Have your voice heard and fill out the survey during the month of March and help shape the future of residence!
The survey looks at all aspects of life on campus and is longer than our usual surveys. It should take about 20 minutes to complete.
Yes! Enter to win some awesome prizes once you complete the survey, like a new iPad, an instant camera, or bookstore giftcards up to $250. (Hello, free textbooks!)
Yes! I am the actual, live human being who will be coding your choices, reading the long answer responses, and sharing this data across campus. The entire Residence Life professional staff team will even dive into this data so they can better understand your needs and plan for next year!
We want to know about your entire residence experience, including student mental health and substance use, which some participants may find triggering.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to campus and community services if you require additional support!
Residence Services: email@example.com
Counselling and Clinical Services: 780-492-5205
24 Hour Distress Line: 780-482-HELP (4357)
Sexual Assault Centre: 780-492-9771
Peer Support Centre: 780-492-4268
If you have additional questions regarding the Satisfaction and Learning Survey, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your survey responses are confidential and used for data collection on student trends throughout our residence buildings to inform future programs and supports, and will result in no punitive consequence or intervention.