Student VOICE Report

Allowing students to give formal feedback to the university

VOICE stands for Vision Of the Ideal College Environment, and it is the summation of student surveys regarding a variety of campus issues.

In 2007, the first VOICE Report was commissioned by President Michael A. McRobbie to “find out what students think about the present campus environment and how they would make it better.”

IUSA publishes a new VOICE Report every five years.

Download the 2012–2013 Student VOICE Report »

Download the 2007–2008 Student VOICE Report »

Committees for the 2017-2018 VOICE Project

  • Campus Safety:
    • Public transportation, Safety Escort, Police/security, lighting (slightly off campus), IU Notify, protest guidelines
  • Facilities:
    • Residential, Academic, Recreational, Union, Accessibility (ease of use, time of use, disability)
  • Intellectual Curiosity:
    • In-class: OCQ, gen ed, academic advising, reg & enrollment, interdisciplinary, certificates, honors, office hours
    • Out-of-class: Educational program, Study abroad, post-graduate, research, fellowship/internship, service learning
  • Student Engagement:
    • Student Org Involvement and Support, culture centers, programming, intramural sports, sport attendance, FYE/NSO, faculty interaction
  • Student Services:
    • Veteran, children support, CAPS, student advocates, legal services, Title IX, Career/Professional, career advising, career fair, international
  • Technology:
    • Software (canvas, text, email), In-class, Computer Labs, UITS, Adaptive tech, listserv (usage & accessibility)