2021 Students Speak Survey: January 25 — February 14

Dear Illinois Tech Students,

Every year the Center for Research and Service conducts the Illinois Tech Students Speak Survey, a tool that is used to collect data from students about their experiences. The purpose of this year’s survey is to gauge how COVID-19 has impacted your experience studying at Illinois Tech and how the university has responded to the ongoing pandemic. The results of the survey are presented to members of the university leadership (President, Provost, Vice Provosts, and Department Directors) and shared with the students.

As a part of this project, a committee of student volunteers from both Mies and Downtown campuses is formed to develop and administer the survey. This committee is responsible for identifying areas to be surveyed, generating survey questions, advertising, collecting responses, and presenting the results to the university leadership.

We need your opinion to help university leadership better understand what has worked well during this pandemic and what needs to be improved. This is a great opportunity to make your voice heard and all we need to make the change happen is a few minutes of your time to take the survey.

The survey will go live on Monday, Jan. 25 and continues through Sunday, Feb. 14. Names of the participants will be entered into a raffle drawing where they have a chance to win one of many $20 VISA gift cards.

Click here to take the Students Speak Survey.