What is Campus Labs?
Campus Labs (formerly Student Voice) is an assessment tool for higher education institutions to survey students, faculty, and related populations. The purpose of Campus Labs is primarily for the measurement of student learning outcomes. Additionally, it provides the unique opportunity for benchmarking with other peer campuses.
Campus Labs provides institutions with the opportunity to measure and document student participation in a diverse array of activities, programs, events, and services on campus. Campus Labs can serve as a comprehensive tool to better understand the characteristics as well as demographics of participants in activities, whether students, faculty, adjuncts, or others. This data can be used to contribute to student success and engagement.
Long Island University faculty and staff can submit a project request form on the Outcomes Assessment website to begin the process for utilizing the Campus Labs tool. Alternatively, faculty can contact the University Provost Office with any tentative research questions or survey ideas if they need further assistance in developing a survey.
Project requests should be submitted 6 weeks in advance of the desired survey start date.