Student Barometer Survey
The Student Barometer is a survey of all matriculated students (excluding final year undergraduate students) at the University of Oxford. Students are invited to complete the survey in Michaelmas Term.
The survey is carried out by i-graduate, which runs the same survey at a large number of institutions around the world, enabling comparison with a wide range of other universities. Part-time students were included in the Student Barometer for the first time in 2012. Respondents are asked to indicate their level of satisfaction (Very Satisfied, Satisfied, Dissatisfied, Very Dissatisfied) in response to questions about various aspects of their student experience.
Kellogg College uses the results of the Student Barometer to help establish its strategic priorities for the year ahead and to help ensure that it is providing an excellent experience for its students.
As a result of last year’s Student Barometer Survey, the College has prioritised physical library provision, enhancing the Welcome Weeks programme, expanding its accommodation offering and improving sports provision. The College is working hard to improve all these areas with some significant progress already made such as providing an accessible library workspace and library book purchase request facility for students. The responses from a recent survey show that Welcome Weeks was a great success and priorities have been agreed to inform next year’s events to enhance the student experience.
The College looks forward to hearing what you have to say in this year’s Student Barometer Survey.