Survey on Your Institution
Every college and university in the nation is included in the SG Database, which includes their enrollment, type, student profile, religious affiliation, city, state, political leanings, city size, and other parameters.
Please complete and submit the online form below You do not have to be an ASGA member to complete this survey ■ OR download and fill out . Then either the PDF version 1) print out and FAX the completed PDF form to 352-373-8120 or 2) email the completed PDF form to . You will need the email@example.com to view, fill out and save the form. latest version of Adobe Reader ■ ASGA MEMBERS: Before completing this survey, and check your institution's profile in the login . ASGA may already have the information you're providing. SG Database
Submitter's Name (REQUIRED):
Submitter's Title (REQUIRED):
Dept. or Organization (REQUIRED):
Submitter's Email (REQUIRED):
School Name, Campus & Acronym : (REQUIRED)
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School State & ZIP:
Main School Phone:
Main School Fax (if any):
Main School Email (if any):
Main School Web Address:
Description (two or three paragraphs about your institution, its history, what it's known for, strengths & weaknesses, and unique aspects):
Type and Affiliation:
1 - None Community or Junior College Private College or University - Religious Private College or University - Secular Public College or University Technical, Trade, or City College
School's Actual Enrollment (total enrollment and full-time enrollment):
School's Size and Mobility:
1 - None Large (more than 20K) – Commuter Large (more than 20K) – Residential Large (more than 20K) – Suitcase Medium (5K-20K) - Commuter Medium (5K-20K) - Residential Medium (5K-20K) - Suitcase Small (0-5K) - Commuter Small (0-5K) - Residential Small (0-5K) – Suitcase
Residential campus—While there is no set percentage that makes up a “residential campus,” a critical mass (usually at least 20 percent) of students live in on-campus college owned or controlled housing including residence halls, apartments, family and graduate housing, and Greek housing. They may also live very nearby campus in institution-owned or operated housing.
Commuter campus— most or all students do not live in on-campus housing, but instead live in “off-campus” housing of all types including high-density apartments, condominiums, duplexes, houses, and trailers. Commuter students commonly arrive on campus in personal vehicles parking in commuter lots or by bike, mass transit, or foot. A true commuter campus does not have any on-campus housing. Suitcase campus— Most or all students living on-campus or off-campus go “home” on the weekends to work or to be with their families and friends. Additionally, the institution may not offer many on-campus activities or services.
1 - None At least 25% Hispanic (HACU school) Historically Black College or University (HBCU) Mostly non-traditional age (over 22 years old) Mostly traditional age (18-22 years old) Women's College or University
Predominant Racial Make-up:
1 - None Non-resident alien Black non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic White non-Hispanic
General Political Classification of the Overall Campus:
1 - None Ultra Conservative Conservative Moderate Liberal Ultra Liberal
Religious Affiliation (if any):
1 - None Christian - Assemblies of God Christian - Baptist Christian - Catholic Christian - Church of Christ Christian - Church of God Christian - Episcopalian Christian - Jesuit Christian - Lutheran Christian - Methodist Christian - Other Christian - Presbyterian Christian - Protestant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) Jewish None Other Seventh-day Adventist Church
Size of the College City/Town:
1 - None Rural (less than 5K population without students) Small town (5-25K population without students) Mid-sized city (25-150K population without students) Big city (150-500K population without students) Metropolitan (500K+ population without students)
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