Griffith conducts a number of student surveys aimed at the entire student life-cycle, from pre-enrolment through to post-graduation. Surveys are managed by the Surveys and Engagement team who form part of the Office of Planning Services.
Why Conduct Student Surveys?
Student surveys help to:
- Improve student experiences;
- Allow students the opportunity to speak about their experiences;
- Improve course design and delivery;
- Develop new processes for learning and teaching; and
- Reward and recognise staff*
Suite of Student Surveys
Discover details on the current suite of student surveys and what they measure
The Surveys and Engagement team holds anonymity in the highest regard as the integrity of survey data is paramount.In order to receive wholly open and honest feedback, the Team must ensure that anonymity is maintained at all times and the feedback process is treated with respect.The Team adheres to Griffith's Privacy Practices and are also commitment to the integrity and secuirty of University data.
In order to encourage participation in surveys, incentives are offered in recognition of a respondent's time and considered response.All student surveys have incentives, the most notable being the experience@griffith Course and Teaching surveys, which have an annual prize pool of $25,000!
Have a Question?
Find an answer by phoning the Surveys and Engagement team on (07) 3735 4688 or via email