2005 UCUES: Results and Summary


UCUES 2005 was administered to the population of all 22,450 UC Berkeley undergraduate students enrolled in spring semester 2005, of which 11,673 (52.0%) responded. Limited enrollment/2nd degree students and students under 18 years of age were excluded from the population.

Students were randomly assigned to complete one of five modules in addition to the core UCUES items.

Notes: Counts are in bold, and precede items they are counting. Missing values are not included in the counts. Percents for multiple selection items are based on the total number of active cases.

Number of cases: 11,673

Overall response rate for UCUES (all five modules): 52.0%

The 2005 survey has 3 parts:

Part 1: Time use and overall satisfaction

Part 2: Background information

Part 3: A randomly assigned module emphasizing academic engagement, civic engagement, personal development, evaluation of services, or a wild card module of miscellaneous topics

View a PDF version of the 2005 survey results.