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Where Matadors Belong

Students’ perceptions of their connection to the campus community, and experience as CSUN Matadors is their reality. The following are the results of surveys that students across campus took during the 2018–19 academic year and earlier that provide a glimpse into student perceptions about USU programs and facilities.

Pride Center (Spring 2019)

Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statement:
Utilizing the Pride Center has given me a closer connection to the CSUN campus.

 

Pride Center Spring 2019

Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statement:
Utilizing the Pride Center has given me a closer connection to the CSUN campus.

Strongly disagree: 2 (4.35%)

Disagree: 0

Neither agree nor disagree: 12 (26.09%)

Agree: 11 (23.91%)

Strongly agree: 21 (45.65%)

WISDOM (Women Inspired to Succeed and Discover Opportunities through Mentoring) [Spring 2019]

Reflect on expressions of your cultural identity

“resilient, up lifting, communal, interpersonal, versatile”

“Fun, Creative, Loud (in a positive way)”

“versatility — wanting to be care free”

 

Neon Fitness Frenzy (Spring 2019)

Would you participate in the program again?

 

Neon Fitness Frenzy Spring 2019

Would you participate in the program again?

Yes: 95

No: 4

Cardio Party (Spring 2019)

Would you participate in the program again?

 

Cardio Party Spring 2019

Would you participate in the program again?

Yes: 74

No: 1

Fit in 6 (Spring 2019)

Would you participate in the program again?

 

Cardio Party Spring 2019

Would you recommend the program to someone else?

Yes: 9

No: 0

Oasis Wellness Center (Spring 2019)

Would you recommend the Oasis to a friend?

 

Oasis Wellness Center Survey (Spring 2019)

Would you recommend the Oasis to a friend?

Yes: 347

No: 2

Student Recreation Center Annual Survey (2017)

Your involvement with the SRC has helped you do better in your classes.

  • Strongly Agree: 44 (28.39%)
  • Agree: 46 (29.68%)
  • Neutral: 54 (34.84%)
  • Disagree: 5 (3.23%)
  • Strongly Disagree: 6 (3.87%)