Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Cooperative Institutional Research Program

CIRP Survey

CIRP, the Freshmen (Cooperative Institutional Research Program) Survey is a comprehensive survey designed by the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles. It is administered to those freshmen enrolled in University Success courses in the Fall semesters. The results compare our students’ responses to other students at similar institutions. It is a nationally recognized instrument and we have participated in it for over 10 years. There are many interesting questions on the CIRP including students aspirations, activities while in high school, social issues and many more.

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All documents are in a Portable Document File (PDF) or Excel File. You can view, navigate, or print this document using Adobe Acrobat Reader or Microsoft Excel 97-03.

  

CIRP Supplement Survey

CIRP Supplement (Cooperative Institutional Research Program) is a marketing survey of those students who take the CIRP. It helps the institution to better utilize its marketing dollars.

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All documents are in a Portable Document File (PDF). You can view, navigate, or print this document using Adobe Acrobat Reader.

  

This page was last updated on: August 20, 2013