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Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory Summary Reports

The Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) is a 100+ item national survey which asks students to use two 7-step scales to rate the relative importance and their relative satisfaction with virtually every aspect of college life.  The Master's University administered the SSI annually from 1997 to 2008 during the month of November.  Beginning in 2010, the schedule was shifted to administer the survey to its students during the fall semester of every even-numbered years.

The summaries of results from TMU's administration of the SSI can be accessed via the links below:

 

2014-15 TMU Noel-Levitz SSI Summary Reports


          Noel Levitz 2014 Survey: TMU compared to 4-Year Private Institutions

2012-13 TMU Noel-Levitz SSI Summary Reports


          Noel Levitz 2012 Survey: TMU compared to 4-Year Private Institutions

2010-11 TMU Noel-Levitz SSI Summary Reports


          Noel Levitz 2010 Survey: TMU compared to 4-Year Private Institutions

2008-09 TMU Noel-Levitz SSI Summary Reports


          Noel Levitz 2008 Survey: TMU compared to 4-Year Private Institutions
          Noel Levitz 2008 Survey: TMU compared to CCCU Schools

2007-08 TMU Noel-Levitz SSI Summary Reports


          Noel Levitz 2007 Survey: TMU compared to 4-Year Private Institutions
         Noel Levitz 2007 Survey: TMU compared to CCCU Schools
         Noel Levitz 2007 Survey: TMU Year-to-Year Report

2006-07 TMU Noel-Levitz SSI Summary Reports


         Noel Levitz 2006 Survey: TMU compared to 4-Year Private Institutions
         Noel Levitz 2006 Survey: TMU compared to CCCU Schools

2005-06 TMC Noel-Levitz SSI Summary Reports


         Noel Levitz 2005 Survey: TMU compared to 4-Year Private Institutions
         Noel Levitz 2005 Survey: TMU compared to CCCU Schools
         Noel Levitz 2005 Survey: TMU Year-to-Year Report