2022 First-Time, First-Year Student Survey respondents expressed that Marquette was a top choice of colleges and universities that admitted them – with 94% of respondents indicating that Marquette was within their top three choices.
Top concerns of first-year students include homesickness, managing time with multiple priorities and deciding what to do after college. About 77% of students agreed or strongly agreed that they feel like they belong at Marquette University.
The 2022 First-Time, First-Year Student Survey, administered at the end of August, includes information about students’ predicted academic success, their expectations for Marquette, their concerns, their sense of belonging and the activities in which they would like to get involved.
The survey had a 94% response rate. The interactive data visualization, in which results can be disaggregated by college, gender, race and ethnicity, and first-generation status, as well as an executive summary, are available online.
This survey is a collaboration between the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis, the Division of Student Affairs and the Assessment Director.
OIRA regularly posts reports and statistics for the campus community on its website.
For questions about any of these reports or to obtain additional data from institutional surveys, contact Laura MacBride associate director of institutional research and analysis.