Student, Faculty, and Staff Surveys

Students, faculty, and staff at Berklee are given the opportunity to share their experiences and opinions with the institution. This includes feedback on programs, campus climate, and satisfaction. These surveys provide valuable information that helps Berklee assess and improve learning and working experiences. 


National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) and Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE)

NSSE annually collects information from colleges and universities about students' participation in programs and activities for their learning and development. In coordination with NSSE, FSSE is a national survey that measures faculty perceptions and expectations of student engagement.


Incoming Student Survey

Berklee surveys its incoming undergraduate students to learn about their academic goals and interest levels in various opportunities and activities at the institution.


Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory

The Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory measures priorities and student satisfaction in various areas of their student experience.


Food Security at Berklee

A recent national survey by the Wisconsin HOPE Lab found that 36 percent of university students were food insecure in the previous 30 days. In fall 2017, Berklee piloted a short food security survey of students on the Boston campus. The survey was intended as a preliminary gauge of campus need to support a proposal for a campus food pantry. It was also an opportunity to assess whether Berklee students are experiencing similar levels of food insecurity as their peers across the country.


Library and Learning Center Assessment

In spring 2016, the Berklee Library and Learning Center administered a survey to the Berklee student body to gain feedback on various services that it offers.