Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) developed the Freshman Survey for collecting data on incoming college freshmen. The CIRP Freshman Survey focuses on the following domains: established behaviors in high school, academic preparedness, admissions decisions, expectations of college, interactions with peers and faculty, student values and goals, student demographic characteristics, and concerns about financing college.
Year developed: 1966.
Access and Use
Check the price at the HERI survey fees webpage: https://heri.ucla.edu/pricing/
Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at UCLA: (310) 825-1925, email@example.com
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