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Leadership Programs Assessment

As an important member of Texas State University, we value your opinion. We’d like to ask for your feedback about issues related to leadership initiatives for students within the Student Affairs division. Because we know your time is valuable, we ask important questions we can use as we work to develop, assess, and implement future leadership initiatives on campus. Your responses to this survey will remain confidential and be reported only as part of an overall summary report. Please take a few minutes now to respond; the survey will close on December 11, 2015.

This survey is intended for Texas State Student Affairs staff only. For additional information or assistance, please contact Dr. Ashley Spicer-Runnels at


Thank you for your time and we look forward to hearing from you.

Student Affairs Leadership Programs Advisory Team

1. Are you aware of what resources (including on campus, within the division or your department are currently available to assist students in their leadership development? *
2. Does your department’s services or offerings provide leadership development opportunities for students? *
If yes, which of the following competencies does your department address? Check all that apply.
If no, what is your biggest roadblock?
3. How do you decide what leadership initiatives to host for your department? *
4. What should the Leadership Programs Advisory Team focus on in the next year? *

If you answered YES to QUESTION 2, please complete the remaining questions.

If you answered NO to QUESTION 2, please submit your responses.

5. What type of opportunities do you provide to develop leadership skills?
6. What professional development skills are provided through your area that would best compliment students’ academic knowledge?
7. How far ahead do you plan your leadership events?
8. Who is in charge of making decisions for leadership initiatives within your department?
9. Do you consider what topics are presented by other departments when setting your initiatives?