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Belmont University uses a wide variety of evaluative methodologies to measure student success, achievement and satisfaction.  Surveys are one of our primary tools for receiving feedback from our students on a variety of topics.  Belmont participates in several national surveys and administers in-house surveys to provide students the opportunity to give feedback at multiple times during their academic career.  Responses are always confidential and only shared in aggregate with university leaders.

The Office of Assessment and Institutional Research (OAIR) coordinates and administers university-wide surveys on behalf of Belmont university. If you have questions or concerns about the validity of an email, please contact us at  

Ongoing Surveys:


CIRP Freshman Survey

First-Year Undergraduates

National Survey of Student
Engagement (NSSE)

First-Year and Senior

Spring Survey

Continuing Undergraduates

Course Evaluations

All Enrolled Students

Title IX Campus Climate Survey

All Enrolled Students

Graduating Student Survey

Graduating Students

 Graduate Student Experience Survey

  Mid-Program Graduate Students  

HERI Faculty Survey

Full-Time Faculty

Please note: 

The Belmont University Office of Assessment and Institutional Research (OAIR) manages data collection and distribution for internal Belmont stakeholders as well as external sources such as state and federal reporting, and public information requests.  The University does not grant data requests for the purposes of individual research to persons not affiliated with Belmont.  Requests for University data should be submitted to the Assistant Provost for Assessment and Institutional Research ( and will be considered according to FERPA and other guidelines along with approval from the Provost and appropriate offices.