The Student Affairs Research Reports convey information about annual surveys coordinated through the U of M’s participation in the Canadian University Survey Consortium (CUSC). The U of M is a founding member of CUSC and annually participates in the surveys of students that focus on, according to a three year cycle, first year students, undergraduate students and graduating students.
The following series of six research reports highlight the findings of the respective Surveys of Undergraduate Students.
For comparison purposes, the participating universities are categorized into three groups:
Group 3 consists of universities offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees, with most having professional schools as well. These tend to be the largest institutions in terms of student populations.
For more information, please contact Lynn Smith, Executive Director, Student Services at 204-480-1498.
2012 CUSC Survey of Graduating Students:
Students’ employment plans
Volume 24, Issue 6 | Download the PDF: 193 kb
Students’ satisfaction with university experiences
Volume 24, Issue 5 | Download the PDF: 205 kb
Universities’ Contribution to Student Growth and Development
Volume 24, Issue 4 | Download the PDF: 201 kb
Student Use and Satisfaction with University Facilities and Services
Volume 24, Issue 3 | Download the PDF: 205 kb
Student Growth and Development
Volume 24, Issue 2 | Download the PDF: 190 kb
Demographic Profile And Student Debt
Volume 24, Issue 1 | Download the PDF: 260 kb
This report focuses on the University of Manitoba’s students, comparing them to students nationally and to students attending institutions comparable to the University of Manitoba.
Special Report on Recreational Activities, September 2012
Download the PDF: 278 kb
This report summarizes graduating students’ perceptions of and satisfaction with University of Manitoba’s recreational facilities from the 2012 CUSC Survey of Graduating Students.
All previous University of Manitoba Research Reports on the CUSC (Canadian University Survey Consortium) data have been converted to electronic format. If you wish to have access to these reports please contact email@example.com
The CUSC master reports are available online at the CUSC website via the publications link.