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11.
This year, how often have you felt excluded, silenced, ignored, or disrespected as a result of your...
For each item, select the button that best describes your answer.
Never
Once or Twice
Sometimes
Often
Race/ethnicity
Sexual orientation
Gender identity
Political beliefs
Socio-economic status

12.
How important do you think diversity at Evergreen is to your learning?
Not at all
A little
Somewhat
Quite
Very

13.
To what extent have your Evergreen experiences contributed to your growth in each of the following?
For each item, select the button that best describes your answer.
Not at All
Very Little
Some
Quite a Bit
A Lot
Writing effectively
Speaking effectively
Reading for academic purposes
Giving effective presentations
Participating in class discussions
Critically analyzing information
Defining and solving problems
Learning independently
Working collaboratively in a group

(Continued) To what extent have your Evergreen experiences contributed to your growth in...
Not at All
Very Little
Some
Quite a Bit
A Lot
Giving and receiving peer critique
Applying creative modes of inquiry (e.g. using material or aesthetic modes of expression to explore ideas)
Understanding and applying scientific principles and methods
Understanding and applying quantitative principles and methods (e.g. math, statistics, data interpretation)
Understanding different philosophies and cultures
Understanding the interaction of society and the environment
Recognizing your responsibilities, rights, and privileges
Knowledge in a broad range of subjects

(Continued) To what extent have your Evergreen experiences contributed to your growth in...
Not at All
Very Little
Some
Quite a Bit
A Lot
Depth or expertise in a particular field
Careful and systematic inquiry
Interdisciplinary thinking
Synthesizing information and ideas from many sources
Functioning as a responsible member of a diverse community
Expressing yourself in creative or artistic ways
Using computer technology to present work
Using computer technology to find information
Using computer technology to solve problems
Using computer technology for artistic expression (e.g. music, other audio, still images, animation, video)

14.
Since enrolling at Evergreen have you participated in a:
Yes
No
Learning community
Community-based project or service learning
Individual learning contract (ILC)
Internship
Study abroad

15.
In pursuing your college education, how important are the following goals?
For each item, select the button that best describes your answer.
Not Important
Slightly Important
Important
Very Important
Personal growth and development
Gaining an understanding of a broad range of ideas and fields of study
Gaining depth or expertise in a particular field
Readiness for further education (graduate or professional)
Getting a job of your choice or making a career change
Starting or improving a business
Making more money
Developing artistic abilities (e.g. fine arts, media, performing arts)

(Continued) In pursuing your college education, how important are the following goals?
Not Important
Slightly Important
Important
Very Important
Developing the ability to understand and use science, scientific principles, or methods
Developing the ability to understand and use mathematics, statistics, or quantitative reasoning
Developing computer skills
Developing creative and effective communication skills
Gaining a better understanding and appreciation for differences (ethnic, political, etc.)
Conserving and restoring the environment
Helping others or contributing to the community
Getting involved or initiating change in community, state, or national politics