Throughout the year, Residence Life conducts a variety of
different surveys in order to get feedback from our residents.
Below are the results to some of our surveys.
that only surveys completed online can be posted here.
Information from the 2010-2011 EBI survey (n=562):
72.4% of students showed some level of
interest in Missouri Hall joining Centennial Hall and Ryle Hall
as a trayless dining facility. Going trayless helps the
dining halls to use less water and energy to clean trays, and
also helps students take less food, which in turn produces less
waste in the trash at the dining halls
Convenience, Scholarships, Proximity to Classes, Community,
and Cost are the top five reasons Truman students choose to live on campus.
67.7% of students find hall renovations to be an important
factor when choosing to return to campus.
46.2% of students request no change in the current guidelines
and enforcement of noise policies and quiet hours. 43.3% of students would like
to have strengthened enforcement of noise policies.
Many Truman students take academics seriously, as a result 50.6% of students
would like to have
specific spaces, not floor lounges (such as Multipurpose rooms, classrooms,
Cafeteria areas, etc.), in your building designated as study spaces for a period
84.2% of Truman Students living on campus are “very aware” of the
negative consequences of drinking alcohol underage and consuming too much
72.4% of Truman Students living on campus are “very aware” of the negative
consequences of using drugs or abusing prescription medications.
52.6% of Truman Students would like to see an increase in the presence of
local foods within the residence hall cafeterias.
42.6% of Truman Students would like to see increased publicity regarding
hot meal options throughout the building and at the entrance to each dining
Dobson and BNB Renovation Survey Results
ResLife and ITS Technology Survey