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									 ID   Gender Age Ethnicity   Satisfaction   Engagement   ACTComposite   CollegeGPA
501     F     21    3            5.00          52.00         24             3.57
502     F     21    3            5.17          58.00         29             3.85
503     F     21    3            4.33          61.00         26             3.93
504     M     25    3            4.50          53.00         28             2.92
505     M     22    3            5.50          54.00         25             3.52
506     F     35    3            5.00          55.00         25             3.26
507     M     20    2            5.83          50.00         31             3.75
508     F     20    3            5.00          55.00         30             3.92
509     M     22    3            5.50          53.00         30             3.74
510     M     21    3            5.17          51.00         32             3.37
511     M     23    3            5.17          47.00         24             3.06
512     F     22    3            4.50          66.00         26             3.36
513     M     22    3            5.67          50.00         32              3.7
514     F     21    3            5.50          49.00         23             3.63
515     F     21    3            4.17          42.00         25             2.76
516     F     20    3            4.00          50.00         30             3.96
517     F     22    3            3.50          42.00         20             3.62
518     F     22    3            5.83          41.00         27             3.37
519     M     22    3            5.00          63.00         26             2.92
520     F     20    1            4.33          51.00         24             2.44
521     F     21    3            4.50          59.00         25             3.86
522     M     33    3            5.67          52.00         28             2.58
523     M     22    1            4.67          60.00         19             2.35
524     F     21    3            5.50          63.00         32               4
525     M     22    3            4.50          48.00         31             3.94
526     F     21    3            5.67          46.00         31             3.82
527     F     21    3            5.50          61.00         24             2.92
528     F     20    3            3.67          45.00         31             3.34
529     F     21    3            5.67          55.00         28             3.42
530     F     22    3            5.50          61.00         26             3.01
531     F     22    3            4.67          40.00         24             3.01
532     M     20    3            4.83          37.00         31               4
533     F     37    3            5.83          47.00         29             3.75
534     F     21    3            5.67          60.00         24             3.23
535     F     21    3            5.17          48.00         31             3.45
536     M     22    3            4.17          48.00         29             3.05
537     F     21    3            5.67          46.00         28             3.58
538     F     21    3            5.33          63.00         31             3.51
539     M     21    3            6.00          31.00         29               4
540     F     21    3            5.33          37.00         26             3.78
541     F     22    3            3.33          64.00         33             3.56
542     F     21    3            5.33          43.00         29             3.44
543     F     22    1            4.83          59.00         19             2.52
544     F     21    3            6.00          49.00         31             3.96
545     F     21    3            6.00          50.00         28             3.86
546     M     21    3            4.67          58.00         26             3.82
547     F     21    3            6.00          49.00         30             3.78
548     M     21    6            5.00          59.00         31               4
549     F     22    3            6.00          47.00         22             2.96
550     F     22    3            5.50          50.00         32             3.55
551     F     21    3            5.00          43.00         30             3.93
552   F   22   3   5.83   43.00   31   3.74
553   F   22   3   5.00   46.00   29   3.91
554   F   21   2   5.17   58.00   27   2.79
555   F   21   3   5.00   52.00   29   3.27
556   F   21   3   6.00   49.00   24   3.82
557   M   22   3   5.67   50.00   25    2.8
558   M   22   3   4.83   63.00   29   3.85
559   F   22   3   3.83   52.00   31   3.21
560   M   22   3   3.67   64.00   25   3.06
561   F   21   3   4.67   57.00   27    2.7
562   F   21   3   5.50   56.00   26   2.71
563   F   21   3   5.83   59.00   27   3.46
564   M   24   2   5.67   47.00        3.61
565   F   20   3   5.33   53.00   32   3.51
566   M   21   3   4.33   61.00   29   3.07
567   F   21   3   4.00   53.00   25   3.17
568   M   22   3   5.00   47.00   30   3.39
569   F   22   3   3.33   58.00   24   3.75
570   F   21   3   5.00   44.00   26   3.13
571   F   21   3   5.00   55.00   26    3.6
572   M   22   3   5.67   45.00   31   3.39
573   M   20   3   5.33   60.00   26   3.56
574   F   22   3   5.83   56.00   27   3.66
575   F   21   3   5.00   59.00   24    2.9
576   F   21   1   3.83   53.00   21   2.41
577   F   22   3   3.33   36.00   30   3.56
578   M   21   2   4.67   57.00   32   3.55
579   F   21   3   5.50   56.00   28   3.31
580   M   22   3   4.83   56.00   26   3.14
581   M   20   3   5.83   57.00   31     4
582   F   22   3   5.83   63.00   24   2.55
583   F   21   3   5.50   53.00   31   3.03
584   M   21   3   5.00   49.00   27   3.65
585   F   20   3   5.00   62.00   25   3.86
586   F   21   3   4.67   62.00   31     4
587   F   21   3   5.50   48.00   31   3.87
588   F   22   1   3.50   45.00   30   3.43
589   M   23   3   5.83   45.00   30   3.57
590   F   22   3   5.17   51.00   26   3.07
591   M   22   3   4.67   55.00   29    2.9
592   F   21   3   5.50   60.00   26   3.46
593   M   25   3   4.33   55.00   30   2.33
594   M   22   3   4.00   62.00   31   2.74
595   F   22   3   4.50   48.00   29   3.63
596   M   20   3   4.83   63.00   25   3.42
597   M   22   3   5.00   54.00   23   2.72
598   F   22   3   3.33   42.00   22   3.19
599   F   21   3   4.50   51.00   27   3.52
600   F   21   3   4.67   57.00   27   3.76
601   F   21   3   4.83   58.00   25   3.58
602   F   22   3   5.50   53.00   28   3.59
603   F   22   3   4.17   46.00   25   3.29
604   M   20   3   5.50   43.00   33   3.78
605   F   20   3   5.50   46.00   26   3.43
606   F   21   3   5.33   67.00   34   3.89
607   F   21   3   5.17   56.00   23   3.47
608   M   21   3   5.17   57.00   31   3.71
609   F   23   2   4.83   60.00        3.24
610   M   22   3   5.83   58.00   30   3.87
611   F   21   3   5.67   44.00   23   3.29
612   F   22   3   5.83   46.00   32   3.45
613   M   21   3   5.67   62.00   29   3.71
614   F   21   3   5.83   49.00   34   3.75
615   M   22   3   5.50   53.00   27   3.88
616   M   21   3   4.60   49.00   33    4
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0   0   0   2   1   0   1
0   0   0   0   1   0   0
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Bring in relevant articles. Stay up to date with current issues. Opportunites given for new information.
Leave questions open ended. Given time to research & have an answer ready for the next class. Non judgement.
Leave more time open after the question is asked. Small groups where questions are discussed and then
presented to class.
Offer outside help-encourage questions. During class: questions! Don’t make fun of students questions. Past
questions of students, incorporates suggestions from students.
Prof. take time to answer and fully explain questions. Tangents that answer questions or continue discussion
constantly asking questions-not giving up until students answer the questions. Being very enthusiastic =
thundering voice, hand gestures about material they're teaching. Command of classroom & Subject.
Applied theories to real life examples. Learned student names quickly, know her before meeting.
Level of difficulty requires going to office hours. Office hours have been useful and informative.
Asked what qualities they liked in an instructor-designed syllabus based on those qualities. Start class with whats
going on? Things outside of class made a units within the classroom. Night class useful with a break. Casual
interactive style-sit in desk/circle. No ties-random thought side bars -not directly related to class material. Funny
stories connected to material.
Positive body posture-welcoming presence. Exhibiting excitement and interest in subject matter beyond class to
the world. Encourage discussion. More informed-told stories to relate to material. Preparedness-professor is
more engaged, helpful, and cares. Makes them more approachable. React positively to students questions.
Professors took interst in students. Professors weren't intimidating.
Lectures-but involve students. Frequent interruption is ok. Physics-part of LSP-but really loves LAB experience.
Far from regular fields of study.
desks in circle---caters to conversation more than just a lecture. Use lots of different media (internet & video)
Prof. is very engaged theirself. They love the material and helping you learn the material. You're not sitting there
getting lectured at. I had a math teacher as well who was very engaged who helped you in and out of class. Prof.
helps us experience the actual subject of the class instead of telling us what the subject is.

Whether or not professor acts interested in material. Original delivery of material rather than "recycling". Recycle
powerpoints, read off slide=bad. No student participation in class. Show they want students to pay attention.
Calling on people in class. Want whole class to be involved=good. Students can tell if teacher is interested in
teaching or not. Interesting & informing class=good. Prof. more interested in teaching vs. being published.
topics related to personal "info"
including own experiences to relate to students, "relatable"; assuring student participation
Enthusiasm w/ topic. Syllabus w/ concrete dates. Presented valid, current research, applicable to today to specific
problems. Offering multiple explanations for things. Light atmosphere---ok to talk---brings out student opinions.
Frequent assessment of everything.
raising questions w/out answer, abstract; challenge the "system" or questions power structure and established
norms
Read and describe events on and off campus. Service learning. Project made involvment on campus more fun.
teacher less lecture more socratic set up; less taking notes and repetition; in front of class presentations make
you more involved; smaller class sizes better for engagement; more frequent, but smaller papers instead of big
one at the end
More laid back, crack jokes, higher energy. Smaller classrooms - more one on one w/ teacher & classmates.
One prof. used the socratic method. I didn’t like it, but it was effective at getting me and others engaged and
prepared. Using powerpoint to pose the question, but not the answer---outlines, not notes, so I listen. Interactive
lectures, posing questions, facilitating discussions---not just lecturing. Activities that apply learning used in
classroom-textbook is for use out of class--worked very well in a business class. Use of current events in class---
integrating into class content--is engaging.
Responding to open ended questions. Say "I don't know" & follow up in office hours Go on tangents not planned.
Willing to follow where student wants to go. Stop by computer lab (CS lab). Research project w/ faculty. Connect
class to field (work).
When teachers show they care that all students are learning in the class. Learning all students names---Calling
on you rather then letting same people talk all the time.
Very inviting to office hours and very willing to set up individual appointments. Very encouraging of interaction.
Never refuse to answer questions. Make sure we know what's going on.
Specific prompts (rather than general) to keep from violating/alienating other personalities in the classroom.
Willing to admit they were wrong and would follow up on that - doing their jobs responsibily, more professional
and human. Demonstrations of concepts using whatever was lying around, everyday things. Unusual attention
getting gestures. "odd" physical gestures to illustrate points (eg. dance). Bringing in interdis. Ideal mix: first 1/2 of
class: lecture for context and info. 2nd 1/2: student engagement (eg. disc).
Smaller Classes. Less Lecture. More interaction. More activities. Taught voice lessons and got feedback.
Experential learning---liked try it out and get feedback. One teacher does a "story time" and this makes it more
interesting and engaging. Helps when teachers know your name. Music prof. more caring and aware.
Enthusiastic lecture. Tell that their passionate made them passionate too. Pop quizes helepd them keep up w/
work.
sitting in a circle opens class up to better discussion. Improves participation. Prof creates environment where they
have the authority but still comes to the level of the students and makes it more personally interesting
profs who ue e-mail and respond quickly. Profs who are in office during office hours and willing to talk. In
discussion classes, pros who are prepared. Has prompts and questions to ask. Profs who know what they are
going to do for the day. Allows for preparation and engagement. Follow the syllabus. Best when prof and student
on same page.
Relate subject to "real world;" use specific example and personal experience.
force them to answer q's, no answers provided. Lead discussions. Students lead discussions.
provide real life examples that relate to real world situations. Teachers stressing involvement and raising self-
confidence in class. Teachers showing the student that he was capable.
vocalized being accessible in office hours & via e-mail; & were consistent w/ this, -are passionate & say they are, -
show passion in behavior
classroom discussions, - conversational tone, -interactive activities (planned & organized) , -connectiong in class
materials to real life, - enthusiasm
Prof's enthusiastic about the material. Classes more discussion. Profs that have a clear focus to the class
jokes and humor. Working to bridge generation gap with good communication. Stressing the importance of in
class discussion in a personable fashion. Light hearted banter, loosening up and not being too stiff. Opportunities
to be creative through application and not just memorization.
a math prof: prof made everything relate to everyday life. -real- life applications daily (look in newspaper). He also
made games (card games) to help. Brought in donuts to help with a point. Associats most w/ art profs. 1st class
in art made her want to switch from spanish to art. Prof takes her seriously, makes her more involved. honest
feedback. JINS prof made sure she didn't regurgitate the book. Encourage formation of own (students)
viewpoints. LIkes it when profs challenge the textbooks.
required classroom participation in classorom discussion - as part of grade issued
Group discussion-desks in circle. Asking ?s-stimulating discussion/Professor not doing a lot of talking. Professor
is encouraging. Connected well with another professor to do research. Letting students announce outside events
during class.
Questions to the class and waits for student responses. Ppts on blackboard. Relating class work to future
aspriations. In labs faculty taking time to answer questions. Spending quality time with group.
in class using small groups to focus discussion. Requiring small group work outside classroom---increases
interactions. Having class organize desks into a circle so everyone can see everyone.
A lot of professors advertised group or activities in the majors. I joined several groups because of this. Making
question "Feel free to ask questions, or writing their office hours in the board." Prof who are willing to discuss(?)
other things "peripherally related to their class." Group discussions - if prof are not controlling, it makes it a lot
easier to participate.
Make class relevant to the time; ex: women's rights - issue goes on currently, more likely to be engaged.
Teachers use other forms of teaching; ex: movies, music (other delivery techniques). Doesn't just talk - ex: jazz
class - hear music. Exitement of subject material, by professor -> makes student more excited.
Being enthusiastic about subject matter and material. Asking questions and wanting them to be answered, not
answering them themsevles. Making assignments that are required rather than recommended homework.
Primary literature given ahead of time, to allow to prepare. Sit in a circle or open the floor. Open lab beneficial
when the professor is present. Ask questions and go at your own pace.

Encouraged questions with group work, 2-3 group member projects (presentations), more engaged. Sending
emails on change of office hrs/classes, helpful. Professor wants his opinion, goes off opinion for topic on that day.
Professors give personal examples of applicability of material. Enthusiasm for material.
Knowing students. Relating info to iterests. Making things relevant. Outline of where you are and the endpoint in
mind helps to tie the material together. Smaller assignments that involve critical thinking.
community service projects- work with prof and other students (large projects) doing hthem. Learing stpes
teaching community members about what project entails; work with other students; supportive of work and ideas ;
help develop programs- very helpful
alternative ways to participate ie blackboard, online component; she is shy and this helps her to be involved
Encourages coming to office hours, encourages sudents to contact fac via emial, phone calls (office and home).
Group presentations- class can ask group questions
brings in real world examples tied to profession experience. Dialogue of student/prof not just lecture
outside info not specific to class (current events) more interesting, -encourage q's & don't attack
class discussions - student led discussions
They encouraged questions, Didn't make you feel stupid fo asking ?'s. More discussion-based & less lecture-
based. Adamant about maintaining small class sizes.
encourage students to come to office hours for questions; talk about events on campus events to class (relevant
or interesting); invite questions or comments during class
profs encouraged outside learning -internships, real world experiences, and study abroad and related this to the
text and lecture. Refferend to outside profs and others that can help enhance edu
class discussions that ppl actively participate in
open class up for discussion instead of just lecturing. Allowing students more control in the classroom. Being
enthusiastic about information they are teaching. Teacher takes personal interest In students developemnt and
learing. Creates sense of obligation to ex engaged, don't want to let them down.
leading discussions and asking questions; pull out analysis of reading rather than regurgitating info; bringing up
new points of view
professor called on students in class, but he assigned questions to students beforehand which made participation
easier, - professors that joke around and are more relaxed relate better to the students, makes it easier for them
to participate
prof give examples and tell stories about what is being learned in class, role playing, Helps to know when they
(prof) are engaged. Didn't overlaod students with work.
Encourage office hours, make known that they are there for you, friendsly and welcome, invited to have party,
remind people to by accepting to everyone's views
comptetitve school-prof pushing students to excel in studies -making things hard intentionally to challenge
student. Feels good to be challenged.
teachers that don't keep things too seriuos, able to make jokes, easy going. When teachers call on you in class
you have to be paying attention and engaged. Those who personally relate to the student makes student strive for
success so as to not disappoint. when they meet office hours and follow syllabus -->accountable to what they say
they're going to do
asking question, posing scnarios, asking what would you do or why. Conversations w/students
asked students to incorporate personal experiences in relation to readings and what discussing
drawing more than one discipline to yours- how other deciplines relate to yours
new mediums- something other than ppt(Videos). break up long stretches. Groups activities. Not just ordinary
means.
Easy to get ahold of (office hours, contact #'s). Encourage students participation. Describe outside projects, sign
up for help
when prof is excited about what they're doing. Share own experience, how they got involved in the field. Know
prof's background. Share own motivation in own life, makes education more well rounded. Relate subject to real
life, or else students lose motivation. not just learning for the sake of learning. Makes think about what studnet
whants to do after school, in real life
Asking relative questions about real world, not sticking to the book.. Involving everyone; get everyone
together…helps learning environment
Lab assignments drafts, peer editing. Homework, studying textbooks. Scheduling, predictable deadlines know
when things are coming up encourage questions. Scheduling quizzes & tests
Info from variety of sources - movie, readings discussion - allow students to come to own conclusions. Classroom
discussions start out in small groups then go to large group. Get to know students (backgrounds).
Smaller class size - always don't like to be recognized (?), but like the class discussion. When tateded (??) in
class helps. When it seems more personable, vague lecture more sctructured and less personal. More
personable, less formal "let's discuss." When they know what they are talking about (e.g.) couldn't get text; going
through other material referred (?) by faculty member. Talk about personal experience in field (?). "Practical
experience" to venture (?) classroom.
Requiring participation be part of final grade. Explaining material very well. Welcoming questions. Interpersonal
attitude.
Calculus teach didn't like to talk whole class. Small groups work on problems - keep engaged. Memorized names -
asked questions by name, so had to say on top of assignments, reading. Labs keep you engaged. Have to pass
lab to pass - have to be there.
Tells student about their (prof) background -> integrated it w/ what he did everyday. Extension of problems w/
what they've done in their life -> more enthusiastic w/ subjects. Talk about lives outside class. Research and
personal interest = more approachable.
More likely to be engaged if teacher knows you. Smaller the class, the better. Breaking into smaller
groups/partner collaboration. More personable they are, more personal you are.
Relating concepts you are learning to their work experience. Encourage questions and discussions. Randomly
calling on people. Small group discussions.
Discussion based classes, esp in humanities classes. Enthusiastic about subject. Talk about specific uses for
subject material. Actively engaged class - ask students for ideas on how to solve problems. Background for
previous course - make connections.
Encourage students to talk or email about paper topics before began writing paper. Group work helps her feel
more engaged.
Interested in the subject. Collaborative work is encouraged. Being available to ask questions. Provide unsolicited
advice (for art classes) b/c students are nervous to ask for it sometimes. In lecture classes: like participation ->
learn more that way.
Put into groups to discuss topics. Major - have to stay engaged to stay in the class. Sometimes get personal - so
relate to them before they start teaching. Singled out to be sure we're awake. Ask us to give feedback on other
people's performance.
application to future career (of info). Techniques to play violin (apply to playing).
Havrnt really thought about it. Sure they've done stuff
Current events around campus at beg. Of class (both relating to majors and outside of major. Opportunities about
speakers and grad school (weekly emails by dept). Knowing students by name, discussions held in circle. Group
class work(get more students to participate that may not have done so in a bigger setting
Encourage meeting outside of class to discuss topics in class. Working w/ other students. Class discussions
Have students answer questions
Best class--professor kept me on edge of seat--exciting-personal experience of professor. Incorporated current
research into lectures. Prof can relate to real life applications, case studies.
Enthusiastic about information. Elaborate on power points. Outlines--such as with blanks or room for notes.
Discussion based prof. Smaller class size--teacher can see you. Relate to student's interest or everyday life with
examples
Required less structure/More structure leads to doing the task rather than learning or engaging. Prof that are
present on time. How a student reads and learns on their own when the class if fairly structured of the way they
are teaching. (Freedom of structure for earning himself
Faculty members encouraging people to attend office hours, participate in discussion, and not be afraid to give a
wrong answer.
Brought to attention materials that had different opinions than their own. New forms of dialog and technology that
wasn’t used to. (Blackboard and online moodle).
Easy to appraoch and talk to, those that have a sense humor and aks if you have questions. Those that set up
tutoring---Foundations of math--more classroom set-up (Tutoring worked because it was specific to that class, not
just general). Teachers that talk about personal life--helps w/ respect and approachability.
Talking about their office hours. Saying Im available if you need me. More likely to go talk if professor is
interactive rather than acts like they're talking to a wall. I like professors with a sense of humor that makes me
more willing to form a relationship with them
use humor. Engage by asking question. Not monotone or dry. Interesting coursework
When teachers can directly relate subject you're discussing to a real-life situation. Showing examples of how
situation/decisions might affect myself of people around me. In class group discussions or guided group
discussions - make it easier to be interested and want to learn more
So far all of my professors have given me applicable knowledge. Either they have experience "hands on" or they
make us go out & do community service. So they actually have knowledge, & haven't just read a book.
A lot of faculty try to relate material to real-life situations. When you're going to be using this and in what contexts.
Sometimes you're sitting in class wondering how you're going to use this and faculty address that. Ex.:In a major
math class, prof said if we went further in a subject, we could use this for computer encryption.
prof have given anecdotes that apply to learning, or bring up small ideas that never considered and conclusion
wouldn't normally draw from a situation.

Easy going atmostphere, open to other's opinion, willing to listen and encourages me to participate in group work
Professor talked about own research experience; organizations involved with to get students involved
Prof encouraged class discussions. Not just lecture. Understands lectures are necessary in some classes,
prefers discussions.
More class discussions, facilitate questions and guide discussions; enchances learning. Sharing opinions as well.
Teach some as well.
work out problems on board. Go into depth when answering questions. Check to make sure you understand.
Excited about subject. Deviate from structured lecture plans---make sure students get all information wanted.
Connected material to real life problems.
even if they pretend that they care; act interested. if they make learning the material hands on. Health does
semester long projects but it's all hands on. Helps if don't lecture all the time and if what they say is easy to
understand. Some younger T are better as they understand the pressures wheat we are going thru as opposed to
one who has taught(?) 30 yrs and doesn't relate.
topic involves building a skill that is useful to me, - enthusiasm about subject, -apply subjects I was unfamiliar with
to examples, applications I was familiar
Specifically asking questions to help engagement/helps her be more prepared for class. Prof tries their best to
provide the most info possible. Through blackboard or email.
allowing us to ask questions -interrupt even stopping the lecture; more communicative, talking rather than
lecturing; finding out answers to what they didn't know;
applying subject to real life situations, -practical, -apply material to specific professions
Professors in major are very engaging, asking questions, wondering about future, talking about job openings, and
talks about what jobs would be great per person. Never bored. Increased service learning opportunities. Non
Major professors are interested in subject area which makes it easier to learn.
apply things we're learning to things that are going on now (current events)
participation = part of grade - will forgo speaking when not prepared so when reading & lecture are clear student's
more willing to participate, - prof ask open ended questions & wait 4 response
announcement at the beg. of class that pertains to major, -putting students on the spot to ask and answer
questions forcing them to be prepared next time, putting students in groups, makes them active and wanting to
contribute & meet more people
asked open-ended questions, willing to go on tangents, -knowledgeable about what you're talking about also, not
just course material (student's questions/tangents) -asking questions w/ more than one right answer, -mentioning
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Language barrier (hard to understand reasoning and cultural barrier in lectures).
Planned speech. Don’t deviate from lesson plan. Same mode of learning. No outside examples or visuals. Leave
right after class. Don’t stay to answer questions. Cancelled office hours. Forget papers. Lost final and accused
them of taking it.
vague teaching methods-language barrier. Go off on tangents. Answering questions vaguely. Fear
tactics…saying "This will be the hardest class you'll ever encounter-" turns most students off.
Manner of speaking-cutting or demeaning speech-potential miscommunication. Makes student uncomfortable.
Was told to ask questions if we didn’t understand the material, yet when a student did they were harped on my
the prof for a long time--intimidating and counterproductive. Prof. who don't ever clarify correct or incorrect
answers in classroom discussion--but then grade the same answers as wrong on tests.
Minimized diversity of education style, powerpoints each day became less engaged.
Mostly subject matter---its hard but expected.

Not saying hello-just lecturing at beginning of class. Not personable. No connection to student. Never learned
names in a particulary small classroom setting. Casula people knew-seemed to play favorites, but not in grading.
Using outdated software in computer class b/c university didn’t buy license in time for class. Other students not
being engaged.
Totally discussion class-only as few particiate- Not engaging.
most learning is from book, as opposed to in person/classroom
Being really "out there." I quit going to one class because I couldn’t understand what they were saying. They didn’t
reference the book at all. They changed the syllabus two weeks before the end of the semester and many
students failed. As a required class in the major it was a disaster. Had a math prof. for stats class who admitted
they didnt know this material and would be learning it along with us. It was clear that they didnt know how to teach
it, and it was very frustrating
Small things add up: show up late to class, not prepared. Unaware of readings on syllabus for that day-students
were confused, then prof. figured it out. Shows the class is rehearsed. Irritated when prof treats them like 7th
graders-made sit in hallway & read the handout they forgot. Students won't want to be engaged in class. Prof. fell
asleep during student presentations so why should students stay awake?
say they will do something and don't (homework assignment, no follow through), -assignment of reading
assignment w/o reviewing content or showing relevance
puts self on pedastal; discourages student from goals; gives busy work not related to class

Intimidating atmosphere---questions can't be asked. Disorganized---lecture w/out flow of topics. Discrimination of
ideas---not allow differing ideas/opinions. If feel class has few points & do poorly on one part---throw in the towel.
informing student what to think; rigid expectations making class combersome; excessive work load and all
classes leads to completing the "bare minimum" for each class instead of truly learning; Blackboard and Online
disucssion boards-difficult online to discuss "deep" enough; busy work
Teach material too quickly and present too difficult information. Discuss negative personal information that makes
learning environment offensive to students.
Teachers go straight off ppt; the "easy way"; students not involved; feel like same lecture every week (not enough
material?)

Powerpoint---especially when just need straight from it w/out more explanation. Not go to class when ppt on web.
Straight lecture with no discussion. Whole lecture on powerpoint available ahead of time on internet---ineffective
and not engaging. Prof. who disagreee with student's opinion (not factual issues) in such a way that discussions
are squelched. When prof. is not engaged in the subject (they do not seem excited by the subject, nor excited to
teach it.) It is hard to be engaged.
random excuses for cancelling or ending class early frequently Less than helpful during office hours---not go out
of way to help.
Teachers who tell you you probably won't do well. Classes with no change in routine.
Always had approachable professors and can not recall any specific behaviors.
Open-ended questioning (don't know where to begin) -> becomes an opinion-fest. Homework/ tests being
returned late all the time. Why am I set to a specific schedule, if they are not. Over-lecturing. Just lecturing and no
student engagements -> no discussions.
One teacher took all class notes/packets from Wikipedia. Teachers not prepared. Not engage in material.
Teachers attitud, demeaning. Wants more respect and a friendly teacher. Lack of respect for students
intelligence. Have a teacher curse at class to make them feel bad.
Interesting subject, but taught monotone and boring. Lack of attendance policy---not as encouraged to come to
class.
when prof doesn't listent to what students say. Not opent to students knowing a lot on specific topics ouside prof's
field. When what is covered in class doesn't coincide with what's on the test
When prof said "What are we doing today?" and was serious because they did not know. If someone offers e-
mail, phone #, etc They use it and follow through (? Sounds like more engaged but ok) Prof falls asleep in class
during presentations by class members. Prof does not grade assignment. No feedback given. Stuff not returned
back quickly. Know why they got grades. When things are not engaging, asking too much or too little of students.
Read whole book for class and it was not talked about. Never used but was assignment. Classes that seemed to
be a wast of time.
Seem disinterested in material and how students were doing; didn't ask questions to students. Lecture the whole
time. Not engaged with us.
give answers immediately -> students don't have to think.
ppt is direct and efficient but sometimes impersonal. Reliance on ppt instead of discussion/lecture dissuade
student particiapation.
when faculty assumes that student(s) are not engaged & relays that to students -self-defeating/self-fulfilling
reading straight from text/pp, -not looking at students, -lecture non stop, -monotone (no enthusiasm), -no variation
in class structure, -no interaction: students/students or -prof/students
Disorganized-come in late, return papers late. Flustered. Class doesn't move forward. Don't engage class.
Unentusiastic prof
repeating bad jokes. Teachers telling the students "you're wrong." not respecting students opinions. Competative
classroom environments limiting class participation. Curt and closed responses limiting discussion. Lectures
cause a loss of interest especially if lecturer is not engaging. professors should change their style occasionally to
avoid ruts. some profs use ppt as a crutch. time filling and busy work deter work effort. putting too much weight
on tests or unimportant assignments. should focus on concepts.
Rate my prof -> "easy classes or easy A." doesn't want those classes. Likes challenge. Doesn't like easy graders.
Profs assume you aren't interested or didn't do homework -> makes her lose interest. Hasn't had many "bad"
profs here. If it's too easy, it goes down on the priority list.
giving notes online, straight lecture w/ no discussion
Just direct instruction. Straight lecture/no opportunity for student input. No opportunity to speak w/ other students.
No opportunity to express own opinion. Multiple choice tests rather than essay tests.
Use of vulgarity. Demeaning responses to questions. Unhelpfulness in response to questions. Not answering
questions posed. "not saying that question is stupid, but…" "That's a good question you should go find that out."
"Makes me want to quit the class"
Lecturing all class period without asking questions. No eye contact with students to check understanding. Higher
classes in major classes getting bigger, professors didn’t address whole class.
"when it is just a lecture class - and professors do not call on students, ignoring raised hands.
Apologetic statements of racial comments, before african american studies were even discussed. Boring avenues
of teaching, simple methods of teaching matieral. Uninterest in topic/class.
Being late to class -> shows bad attitude. Talking down to students -> lower level students aren't as important as
upper level students. Just reading off a power point. Look like they're bored.
Lecture without time for questions. Large class size lecture medium.
Professor says they are interested in topic, only professor who teaches supject - will not be leanient of subject
material. "30 pg syllabi" only things students can't do, not can do. Negative attitude towards students. Put
"negative face." "I'm professor, you're student, do as I say."
Breezing through material. Stating material is unimportant. Treating classes as unimportant.
Not being personable "getting straight to business"…powerpoints. When readings don’t coorespond with lecture
material. Assignments that include repetative and long assignments.
(more student than teacher)-very quiet; prof encourages discussion but student still does not engage; prof
supportive and not degrading;
when prof has strong opinions and doesn't recognize student's opinion; prof doesn't follow their own syllabus hard
to stay prepared; when prof is not prepared for class difficult to stay engaged.
not offereing help on assignments. Requiring assignents to bedone individually, not encouraging class to provide
feedback during class
straight lecture. Not interacting w/students. Not know names and not trying to learn them. Slow grading
criticize answer & go into detail
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Some faculty too time-demanding (don't understand that students have other classes). Don't actively engage
class in ?'s. Don't recognize students ?'s
waisting time, talke about useless things, want to fall asleep
with added work load for each class student doesn't feel they can do their best for each class b/c of too much
work load; esp with outside commitments to stay involved in
students can't keep up w/class discussion. Teachers aren't attentitve. Students aren't prepared. Lecture is
verbatim from book
not being enthusiastic, putting up ppt and just reading it, not getting feedback or timely feedback on work
make discussions as a required part of the class; it forces students to just say anything to get credit
professors who seem burnt out, non-interested, only stand at front of classroom & lecture
overloading students with work. Prof repeating himself. Lecutre and no discussion too many ppts. Listing things
that students can'd tdo in class in the syllabus. Not asking questions. Not engaging students in the lecture.
Not sticking to class assignments that are supposed to happen, lack of prompt grading
monotounous -->decreased interest in subject. Less group progjects, less class participation. Time of day-did not
want to be in class at 5 on Friday
prof who made fun of religion and gender frequently. Even though joking was inappropriate. Prof who keeps his
door closed during office hours and stands up the whole time you meet w/him isn't very helpful, all intimidating.
Prof who frequently skipped class w/o cancelling class, just didn't show up
standing up and just talking/lecturing. Just talking off notes and slides. No discussion.
don't seem enthusiastic. Very objective in methods. Little discussion, multiple chocie tests. t/f tests not as
engaging as essay tests
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too many questions from other students are distracting. Ppt for 2 hrs. monotone, flat speakers. No breaks, profs
being unitnerested in material. Not knowing answers to questions, lose faith
insult (degrade other majors (say they're less important). Insult ideas/make student feel stupid for having
ideas/questions
share negatives. If prof didn't pay attn to students. Prof is negative toward school in general -->loose respect. If
there's no open dialogue
General/vague concepts w/ partners. Pointless lectures; doesn't seem applicable to real world. Teaching right out
of the book. Busy work
handing back work in an untimely way. Hard to improve on work makes it difficult to earn better grades.
Ask questions when students know answers & want student to tell them what it is. Call on students just to answer
?, not for discussion.
Too structured not as fun and when assigned to read but not discussed even if on a test. Busy work not helpful.
Non prompt feedback (not getting assignments back).
Expectations of knowing material previously. Going thro material too fast. Unapproachable.
Didn't like instructor who used name tags on desks - not trying to get to know. Physics professor overbearing - not
approachable. Emailed prof and asked to talk on night before HW due. Reprimanded for not starting earlier.
Inflexible professors- won't work with student to resolve problems, for example wouldn't reschedule lab to another
section b/c of job interview.
Extensive ppt presenations - read off notes that are on handouts and blackboard -> boring.
Not knowing students personally (name). Negative reaction to wrong answers.
repeat rotely from texts.
Mainly lecture course - write on board and copy down info -> gets boring. Always present info, no discovery of
info. Not prepared for class -> not follow syllabus - frustrating.
Doing lectures w/ power point when the slides are read word for word. Felt she could print notes - not go to class.
If there's nothing to fill in, can lose interest. Reading verbatim from book.
Not being able to provide input to the discussion. Projecting beliefs to strongly - affected how she interpreted the
class. Being too hard on students with their critiques (for art majors)
Single out people in an organization before other students (during pledge season) to embarrass them. Treat them
like kids by reading verbatim from the book every day. Spent an entire week watching opera in class - a chance
for the prof not to do anytning for class. Getting off topic - talking about another discipline. Smell of alcohol on
teacher's breath.
Read off of a powerpoint. Professor is not prepared -> watching a movie due to this. Professor is not
engaged/interested in topic/class -> read off materials, don't ask questions.

inconsistent professor---(how it was supposed to be ran and how it was ran); grading/frustrating. Unclear
expectations even when asked specifically by students, discrepancies btwn what was said and happened(exams)
Direct lecturing w/ no questions. Reading straight from the notes. No effort to get to know students (names and
any questions they are posing).
Unfriendly when you ask questions/assume you should know the answers. Soft spoken teachers-monotone
Returning work late--we're on a time table; hates wating 3 wks to get work back. Not conveying to students what
they're thinking--mismatch between syllabus and class.
dull and unenthusiastic to teach. Not willing to work with you outside the classroom. Arent willing to schedule to
meet during non office hours. Email prof and they don’t respond. Strictly reading off P.P

Prof. coming in unprepared (having to go out of the classroom and make copies. Going off on unrelated tangents.
Not mentioning office hours--not encouraging people to take to them outside of class. May seem
unapproachable(may result from different cultural background. Teachers that seem like they are just there to
teach you.
Gave large amounts of tedious homework, worksheets.
Knowing nothing about them. Inconvenient office hours. Closed door when in office. Sometimes get feelings they
may not want to help.
Once had a professor who edited his powerpoints while he was lecturing. He seemed unprepared. It was hard to
take him seriously. Sometimes it seems like professors were talking to themselves if questions were asked in
class and not answered thoroughly. I'd think if I went to go see them I wouldnt get answers.
showing up late for class. Not giving good instruction. Boring - poor teaching methods
sit there - put powerpoints up & read from them (especiallywhen the same thing is on Blackboard - less incentive
to go to class). If members of class don't understand & teacher is impatient or gets frustrated w/ the class they
don't take time to help people understand what is going on. prepared to help people work through class or group
projects - not just jope everyone gets it.
The only time I feel less engaged if a teacher comes in and they're disorganized - their lecture, for instance, isn't
smooth. They get off topic and try to get back, or end and say "Oops" and have to backtrack. This tends to be a
pattern in specific classes, making the class stressful, hard to pass the class. Teachers don't know how to
simplify/ dumb down lectures - makes me not want to ask questions.
When professors just rattle on & on about one topic. I learn something & I'm ready to move on. Hard tp reproduce
the info on tests when too much detailed is involved. An English class wutg essay questions - After the second
test of the doing badly, I just didn't [care]. But then I was diagnosed with ADD. Last year I had a class preparing
for your next step. Asked about decreasing enrollment - other students mentioned sports teams - I said it was
Barbara Dixon, and he looked at me like I was the devil child. I thought well fine, then don't listen to my opinion.
So I stopped listening to him for the rest of the semester.
lecture on and on about things we've already covered or something that doesn't need quite so much explanation.
Pick on students so much that it's beyond point of being funny. Use too many political and/or religious views of
their own, forced to go to activities and do assignments for credit that were not related to class in any way but
students forced to participate because event fit with prof political or religious views.
presenting their own opinion as facts. Not willing to accept other's opinion. Having the same type of lectures too
often. Mixes up activities in class
Late to class, labs, and tests. Discourage/ not fond of extra-curriculars that are part of major. Not positive in
overall demeanor
Deosnt like strictly t/f, mc tests. Feels essay tests use more engagement.
Powerpoints that have everything on them. Decreases paying attention. Powerpoints make us seem like we are
not learning. Strictly lecture based classes.
using only powerpoints. Sitting and talking at me
Just talk for the whole lecture period. Brush off questions to plow through material. "talk about it later or just give
surface response/don’t know if everyone understands. Prof not interested in tpoic---students not interested. Tone
of voice. Dumb-down material. Dont expect much. No prof. ever expected too much.
scatterbrained teachers. I have one now that I have no idea what is going on. Monotone (like Ben Stein) boring
but even most boring matl can be made interesting. Don't get assign back on time. Lose assignments and I dn't
get credit. Seating charts and takes attendance daily should be our choice if we go. Don't engage class.
stressed busy work rather than more meaningful assignments, - didn't acknowledge the ideas of other on same
level as their own, - faculty member devalues the LSP course and treats it that way
Lecture and doesn’t seem interested in whether or not student understands the topic. Prof not clear about what
they are teaching. Don’t have good understanding of their field. Can't answer questions.
didn't know the answer the questions; didn't volunteer to find the answer; using ppts--it's more like a book
"might not apply to future profession" - prof. -no diff teaching style - same every class, routine, monotony
professor was not very helpful during class. Teacher sat in back of class, not helping students with problems.
Professor was not understanding about missing class for competition. Did not understand assignment and
professors were not trying to help.
read off overhead/ppt - something we could read on our own
straight lecture, rushing to get thru material - trying to get info into notes, vs able to understand/process info, -too
much info on same slide (ppt)
not holding students accountable for assignments, readings, (any type of hw), - no connection w/ work and
reason (busy work), -testing over material that is not really assigned, - not having inviting conversation in class
(lecture)
ppt lectures- less engaged to class discussion, not necessarily less engaged to material, -highly structured
reduces discussion, -if environment's not open then prof ?'s not help create discussion-ask ?s w/ only 1 right
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One on one interaction with prof. enthusiasm from professors when interacting.
Friendly. Say hi when passing by. Old teachers still remember name and say hi. Undergraduate rep-sees how
much faculty cares and wants to help. Closeness with department as a whole.
Saying hi. Posted office hours, open office door. Allow org. to advertise in the classroom. Advocate orgs.
Announce semester meetings. Prof. cancelled class for the career fair.
helpful and willing to listen to questions & offer advice. Recommendations/guidance towards more knowledgeable
sources (especially involving research). Knowledge of resources.
Being available - having time outside of class. Willing to talk about class and non class topics. Helpful and
encouraging conversations. Serving with staff members on university committees has been very positive, they
seek to reconnect with students on other projects and remember names, interests. Makes you want to work with
them, harder for them, because they've done so much for you.
Personal Interest in circumstances of student (few interactions).
Can walk through Magruder Hall and encounter a friendly face---inviting attitudes.
In regular office hours asked questions about life,classes, and helping friends. Advisor them to run for executive
position in her sorority. Europe Transition-spending free time with faculty to talk about life. Engaged in trip-share
pictures.
Art history society goes to history prof's house for meaningful discussions. Multiple times being invited into
professor homes. Faculty attendance at student events. Eating lunch in dining hall w/ prof & random meetings.
Prof. made donation to student's organization/cause. Approachable.
Prof lead lectures eg folk/law colloquia. Work in writing center-good experience-w/ other faculty/students.
Openess-learn to teach. Writing-learning & practice.
seem interested in what I'm doing---makes easier to see teachers as "people." See professors come to
perfomances when its not necessary---makes them seem more personable.
Did exercises outside of class with prof. that weren't required but really enhanced the classroom experience.
Introvert, enjoy "Keeping stuff." Wanted to talk to prof about degree & they are helpful (not even their specific
professors). Don’t try to "sell" organizations but rather show the opportunities available. Wanted to write a paper &
teacher went above & beyond to help-showed they cared beyond the fact that they were a student.
when technology is used, e-mail/blackboard, -faculty at BSU make student feel more involved, - overtime
leadership assignment, feel more wanted
Special hours for social and edu time w/profs; field trips/study abroad; personal discussions
Research programs---faculty mentor for grants
display more of a personal side to educators, not so prof; see facutly members who "practice what they preach"
Recive clear and educated answers when questions are asked. Receptive to questions. Remembering name and
saying hi in passing.
teacher required 10hrs working w/children in community; political speakers; bonus pts for concerts, Lysceum
events; profs push their organizations; whas member of pre-law club and Habitat for Humanity and Greek Life
Ask questions about you---ask how you're doing. Build relationship with you.
Getting to know faculty organization advisors helps me feel more comfortable going to them with questions and
concerns. A prof. spoke at the CSI leadership banquet, and helped me see the professor as a person. It broke
down the barrier between faculty and student. Prof. who see me at church or wal-mart know who I am and say
hello. Staff members have had me over to their homes for dinner. I have served on committees with them. Ive
wtached their chidlren.
Student org where interact w/ faculty CS - change in mentorship - open to new ideas. Research help open more
opportunities to more research in field.
When teachers are interested in sports you participate in.
All faculty are approachable @ Truman. He/she really appreciates the accessibility, even to the president of
Truman. Prof. actually at office hours and easy to find, esp in Ag Dept.
Suggesting to join academic teams (eg debate). Approaching you about doing outside research and presenting it
(And encourage). Not just as an advisor but rather as a participant. Doing activities involving both students and
staff (Such as research). Learning the workings of the school in approaching the registrar's office for paperwork
and class-override, etc. "More students (than profs) doing the outside engaging."
One professor goes to their church. They adopt students and has them over for dinner. Creates a relationship
that allows for more creativity, quicker problem solving. More personal relationship. Professor allow students to
use house for campus organization. Engage with students to make them feel more connected. Housekeeper is
very nice friendly for on-campus living.
Walk by prof in hall and they smile, know your name. Encouraging office hours and offering phone numbers and
ways to contact them. Responding to e-mails ASAP.
always willing to help even beyond issues of class. Prompts students to find an answer to questions. When
faculty is inspiring for students to do their best in everything. Prof very approachable and made subject
approachable even to stduent who has difficulty with subject
Work in admissions ofice, learned a lot about Truman. Staff in admissions office has been helpful. When
professor takes care of things. Made a 4 year plan and still use it. Academic advisor's been helpful. See profs
together in the sub having lunch. Makes it feel more engaged. See faculty/staff on campus, promoting activities.
interested in student body; try to be involved. Keep active interest in what students are doing. More of a "mentor"
than prof. Keeping students posted about what's going on, what facultry is interested in and what they think will
benefit students -> make announcements in class.
encourage joining new organizations. Help with plans after they graduate. Suppor them (watch performances) ->
feel supported)
biology profs tracking down students personally to inform them about research opportunities. Involvement and
interest in orgs and personal interests in students. Including occasionally having students over to their houses.
Some were approachable.
go out of way to tell student they enjoy having her in class, -profs tell her they enjoy prospective of older student
w/ more experience, -met her enthusiasm outside of class in discussions, -lent books/recommended books to
help her w/ a subject she was struggling in
included students, invited to join events, -making students feel important, -personal relationship, -constant follow
up, -equal partnership, -enthusiasm
on campus job: boss office was always open and she could hang out there. Very accessible. Prof's asked her to
be involved in side projects. Profs who write comments on her paper. Profs who require you to come in during
office hours to go over a large assigment. keep her on track. when prof's let her call them by their first name.
overall friendliness. Saying hi in passing. "willingness to get involved" having conversations with professors in
public areas. Faculty openness and availability during meetings promotes good relations. Perhaps allowing
incoming freshman space to come into their own in the res halls. Faculty members showing up to meetings and
activities. Learning names.
Schoalrship job -> sees faculty a lot -> like a family (art). Profs seem like they take over parent roles. She say hi
and goodbye to class and prof. When sick, they ask how you're doing. Profs are good friends, look out for
students. Are genuine and friendly.
staff in residence halls do a good job w/ programs & promoting the Truman Experience

History winter party-got to engage with other faculty. Scholarship job opportunities. Promoting outside events-i.e.
musical events at Dukum. Being available outside of class; not only office hours, but @ campus events, SUB, etc.
No outside involvement with teachers.
Professor has office hours at Java Co.fridays to encourage students getting to know them and other students in
their major. Requiring visits to office hours to get to know professor--more engaged in class when know the
professor (early in semester)
Staff will hand out piece of papers that are related to classes offered next semester. "how are you going w/ the
paper?" When prof hand out copy of information from her collections when I mentioned that I had(?) prob. When
they greet me in the halls. When they call me by name or when they ask specifically if you have a nickname.
Research mentor - interested in her as a student, as a person - her after college plans, not just her current
education. Research mentor - discussing future plans - grad school. Discussion/conversations on obstacles that
can be overcome brings encouragement to student.
Saying "hi," or wave when they cross paths. Ask how you're doing when you meet them in hall or somewhere.
Asking about plans and goals.
Research times. Got to know 2 faculty mentors well. Dinner w/ T/A's. Connection with study abroad / research
groups beyond the termination of the class or coursework.
Office hours with professors. SAB activities, ex: comedians. Lyceum. Intramural sports. Reslife activies/posters
(tough off campus). Academic advisors want to know how things are going, career plans, etc.
Knowing what they're involved in. Being invited to events. Their engagement in activities.
Research and willing to do what you are interested in. Asking about personal events--engaging and being
interested.
say hi-both around campus and town; when new faculty come in,student involved in evaluations
when interacting ex: secretary has a good interaction or exchange of info this is positive; english honors
sponsored a lecture by a faculty member in a club setting-this brought students and faculty together in another
perspective; worked with facutly to discuss aspects of being a teacher-outside of classroom experiences; ie
teachers unions etc
org advisors encouraging participation in additional service activities
club academic advisor info on iternships. Very helpful using connections she also gave an opportunity to create a
writing sample for intership. Student is an sa hall director is very helpful and supportive helps us develop
professionally. General interactions w/facutly and staff on campus-important to her. when they are warm and
friendly
demenor, envolved, & encouraging, -available outside of class
acknowledge you, -engage in convos outside of class, -not pressured to talk
Faculty members who talk to her when they see her in the community. Faculty have encouraged students to
participate in community event. Faculty - email communication.
ResLife faculty helped with programs (putting on and attending)
greek member-facutly advisor encourages high grades, philanthropy. Encourage networking with the city and
surrounding area and officials
interested in future. Don't push their agenda
having open office hours, encouraging/being open to students coming to office hours. Being friendly (saying
hi/waving) when see outside of classroom. Involved in clubs/orgs student sees more as mentor than just prof

financial aid office email him that he was eligible to regain his scholarship. He went in and talked to her as a result
acknowledging students outside of class, -know students by name, -guiding students in helpful ways (constructive
criticism)
positive conversations with supervisors
none
orgs: encourage participation in other org meetings. Demo shows-very interesting projects. Involved in research
projects (when talk about what they do=more interesting
has a prof teaching a class that's never been taught before and he's so excited about it. When I stop and talk to
him outside the class he always wants to talk about it and that makes me excited too. Very passionate about his
job. Prof who recongize you outside of class
talking about other areas besides their area of expertise see how things interrelated. See connection b/t majors
/areas
offer to help/ want to know what can do to improve class. Interested in plans for grad school, offered time to help
have conversations at outside of class; are prof gave wine recommendations. Ability to connect with students
outside of classroom, as an advisor, etc. seeing them makes me think better of them (professors) b/c they can
connect
likes seeing them in different setting. Likes profs to host picnics, etc. ouside reviews w/food and fun; mix it up.
Nice to see them doing different things (ex: in index) being involved in orgs
helping find internships or research projects of interest (outside of prof's own projects) direct them to it
cool to see prof at grocery store, java co, "oh they actually have a life…not just profs" if they're involved in stuent
orgs, advising, can help you share interests w/them. Remember your name outside fo class
Very open to talking during office hours. Showing personal interest. Being engaged with student. (caring)
Student Advisor encouraged us to help with house activities. Academic advisor helped with 4 yr plan including
research w/ faculty member, gaves. Coaches help keep grades up - academcis are emphasized as a priority.
Study hours were required if grades dropped by coaches. Coaches gave practice breaks if swamped
academically.
Encourage students to come to office to talk about papers. Research w/ professor. See them @ restaurant that
student works at - engage in convo about class topics.
Not much interaction w/ teachers outside of class. Only really one - will talk about what's going on when
approached. Is approachable, recognize name (is advisor and faculty (?) in classroom) person
Relating outside campus events to information inside the classroom. Offering tutors. Assigning group projects.
Promoting e-mail/office hr availability. Smiles/Waves - they do remember me outside of classroom.
a lot of work put in by faculty in student org (forensic/debate) -> amazing amound of work -> 0 (zero). "I have
research opportunity - interested, contact me " - said by prof.
offers outside of class help for other organizations. Ask about personal life outside of class. Involvement outside
of class in other areas. Professors that are willing to write rec letters.

advisor of student organization was helpful in getting things done. Good SA would bring activities to our attention.
Office hours - keep them - faculty member always available. Talk about subject outside of class. Research w/
professors - reinforce learned material as well as learn how grad school research will be -> help decide future.
Seeing and getting to know favorite professor at a setting in Kirksville outside of Truman has been important. A
professor who got word out about counseling servies through her sorority (felt a connection w/ that professor).
Helpful in office hours to explain things. Art teachers are in the studio to provide help, answer q's. teacher comes
on the weekend to help students -> even those that aren't in their class. Writing recommendation letters is very
helpful - made from classroom contact that was maintained.
Meet every week outside of class - prepare for that. Prof puts on forum about their own creative practice. Faculty
and staff/advisors involved in campus organization.
Don't see prof outside of classrooms. Friendliness by some staff members.
Self-motivated to be engaged. Asking questions about students and caring is important (but not a huge factor)
Faculty inviting students to their homes for BBQ etc. Help finding speakers or organizing events. Facilitating class
activities outside the classroom. Advertising around residence halls w/ door decks. SA's Reslife-open door policy.
Inviting students to conferences they are attending
Encouraging boosts confidence. Tell student they are capable and smart.
If I need something from V-office--sec. or staff shows genuine concern for solution
See prof. involved in community or other organizations. They are more approachable or friendly. Answer
questions or guide to someone else. Leader of an organization, seeing them involved and being around them
influences classes you will take
Encouraing volunteer work-@ special olympics. Required to work football games as part of military science.
Announcing outside activites
Faculty members that approach you and know your name. They know who you are and care that you're in their
class. Saying high--having a conversation that's not about class (makes someone want to do better). Try to get
you excited about participating in other things and make a point of voicing that excitement to students.
Not much out of class w/ prof. Pastor on staff here, not much to add to engagement, but enjoyed relationship.
Crop Walk.
Prof. that recognize you around campus.
Prof. Ive worked with as advisors of organizations ive been in were interested in getting to know you as a person---
getting to know you outside the daily grind of coursework. Prof. who've asked if I heard about jobs or internships.
Its nice that they thought of you, your name came up/they think of you.
using praise and constructive criticism. Offering help outside the class to prevent getting behind in class.
Answering questions - knowledgeable
on a few occasions - have seen them outside of class & they have shown interest in what you were doing (or how
you are doing) outside of the classroom. Going out of their way to say hello and ask how your day is going. If go
to office hours & talk to them about project or in class - genuinely interested in how you are doing on the project
in/out of class.
My advisor - I really adore my advisor. She's probably what kept me here at Truman. She was really helpful.
Listened to me. Said you don't have to see these people again. Went to Pershing to drop something off & and
talked with her. Like to chit-chat with professors outside of class.
I've loved the majority of my professors - You can say hi - whether you have them that semester of not - all my
professors have been very approachable/personable even after the class is over. They tell me about on-campus
lectures, etc. Math-Bio program has made her more engaged, though she's just started it.
great academic advisor all four years, pushed to go beyond required, given oppurtunities to teach his class, and
trusts her and thinks she's fully capable. Had professors go out of their way to help, even when they are busy with
their own things. Prof. have said they think she can succeed and make a great teacher some day. Nice to be
valued.
faculty involvement in student organizations. Has outstanding faculty advisor wanting to be a part of the
organization. Being available to organization (Residence halls/administrations
Highly engaged in student/faculty interactions (office hours and organizations on/off campus). Understand the
outside interference that interact with school

Prof. encouraged project to go to conference. Outside of class projects, focus the Nation event, hosted. Advisor
encouraged interships, national parks service in Utah, actually got job out of it, and starts in may as a park ranger.
Prof. encouraged taking on an art project after taking them to conference. Inspired them to host the Nation event.
Very helpful in getting people to know eachother in the residence halls. Helps transition to k-ville easier. Faculty
good at getting/raising fund for causes. College Bowl fieldtrips and good organization advising.
Really friendly. Eager to help and assist me.
interested---helping find out where to go from here. What interests are. Available to talk to/strike up convos with.
Service learning projects (more engaged), tutoring, being available outside of class, good office hours
took and interest in me personally and in my progress, - taking interest if I was having trouble in class, -
attempting to meet my needs on a personal basis
Residence hall advisor was very helpful--more than the adademic advisor--helped with classes, had more
understanding of the courses she needed to take. Most prof help with retaking tests--help when don’t understand
information. Email about concerns if test results were not good. suggest tutoring or other resources, Office hours
are offered. Remember names outside of class and are concerned.
talk about organizations they're in and purposes they serve; invite us to informal gatherings at their
home/restaurant; secretaries are nice/helpful in faxing items
openness to office hours, personable, talk about material and other things in life, outside of school subjects, -
RESLife/SAs personal, genuine, helpful w/ prep for further college classes, future, honest opinions on class
selection
Student organizations like cardinal key and its advisor is great. Wants to understand whats going on and gives
advice. Professors often acknowledge students outside of the classroom and come to swim meets. They want to
know the student outside of class. Willing to help with projects. The administration is helpful with answering
emails and questions. Pershing staff are friendly and supportive.
prof would help w/ mock trial - explain concepts (rules of evidence, etc) - talking to prof during office hours - about
what we're learning, stuff in more detail
lots of office hours - more likely to see them - more likely to get help & stay engaged, -see them in community
church, - encourage going to org & actually see them there too
professor is always following up with student, -offered help with reviewing things, -being available to help improve,
-is a part of residential living, supportive group, -focus on learning to learn and not just to have grades, -focus on
academics
stopping & asking how class is going - ask if liked class - discuss material, -being around in the division (where
offices are) (informal engagement) - ask more ?s about class/topics, - well scheduled colloclia - now not fit w/
schedule but if did would attend more, -when approached you w/ opportunities (research)
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Faculty interactions that involve derogatory comments on organizations, students, etc.
Academic advisor for organization never shows up to any meetings. Makes it seem like he does not want to be a
part of it or interested in what they have to say.
Assign projects for one night. Prevents students from attending meetings/activities "This is your only class-" don't
understand priorities.
Miscommunication, things phrased in a demeaning way such as referring to lower level classes as the source of
the information that would answer the question student asked.
Prof. made snide remarks on the side in a meeting about paper topic--it was annoying and not helpful. A staff
member was not open to discussing something being brought up by student senate. They were abrasive and
uncooperative. It was not very pleasant.
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If a problem is in the midst of a research project---no time to engage students---too busy.
Teacher knows you and ignores you. Less engaged when outside of class. If they are unfriendly and involved in
an organization they would be unlikely to look at that organization.
Couldn't renew library book & was yelled at by librarian. He paid huge fine. Mostly good experiences.
Apathy from some places. No involvment with faculty sponser. Res Hall-too structured-felt babied.
don't seem interested, personal. Arent interested in things outside of class.
Not really--I tend to let that stuff roll off my back.
Prof. who give you so much work that you have no time to be engaged.
When organization is disorganized, made less interested in organiztion
don't follow through w/commitments
Course load, don't have time for extra stuff.
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Unavailability. Bad communication skills. Unfufilled commitments
No professors negative against student involvement
Availability when you need them and not there. Not responding to e-mails.
There is no continuity between offices on campus--for reservations on facilities such as Baldwin--some are
through the SUB, some through Pershing, some through physical plant-it's hard to explain to students, hard to
figure out. The upper levels of administration have little knowledge of what's going on below. President didn’t
know where activities fee came from, how much SAB got each year, that is doesn’t have a paid staff position filled
for 07-08. Certain hiring decisions arent given enough priority.

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No problems
Specific prof had a hard time coming down to the students level---too educated of answers/still answered the
students questions, but not understandable so not helpful. This was an isolated experience.
Not acknowledging a student outside the campus (such as no wave or "hello"). Perhaps not offering extra-
curricular class activities (such as offering a meeting at an coffee-shop, where all speak spanish). Outside,
informal interation.
One professor put blog on blackboard. Found it very disturbing. Very personal stuff. Waay too much info about
their life. Even opened it in class and encouraged students to read it. Need better boundaries.
No bad experience they they recall.
advisor too busy and left student in charge of committee they didn't know too much about (felt overwhelmed).
Advisor was sarcastic which made student uncomfortable
a lot of turn around in advising in service fraternity and made it less organized. Very large organization but hard to
be focused w/o good guidance.
didn't care about student involvement. Not holding office hours. Don't share what they're involved in.
faculty making judgements about her w/o knowing her. Press their opinion on her that don't work for her.
one instance when a prof made the student visitor feel intimidated and deterred from returning
nothing - very enthusiastic about returning to school
no friendly behavior, -no interest in contact, no friendly & appreciative behavior, -"dumps their problems"
(negativity)
drunken prof at student event. Don't smile or say "hi". Strict/formal demeanor
Faculty sponsor's poor attendence in organization meeting and activities does not promote invovement in the
organizations. "bad press spreds faster than good press." When professors make insensitive comments other
students hear about it. Professors should be very aware of their social image and be careful to avoid negative
stigma. The exterior of McClain is not pleasing. Landscaping in certain places is a futile effort and needs to be
reconsidered. "Welcome home signs" are agitating to home sick kids. Residence hall advisors were unhelpful in
regards to scholarship information. Advisors should reommend and help scheduling more than they currently are.
"I want corn pops." COnsistency in ding hall employee interpersonal interactions would help provide pos
atmosphere. COntrary to Truman's small student body, groups are not as "tight knit" or as inviting as they should
b.e The registrar's office was very unhelpful and lost paperwork.
prof said she would never need a certain skill in work -> made it seem like college was just to learn and get out
and get a job.
lower commitment on attendance or sponsorship of student organization, - not acknowledging students outside of
classroom settings, -professors need to know a students name & get to know them
Not being there for office hours. Having very limited office hours, also not varied hours. Inconsistant program
advertisement in residence halls.
Again no contact w/ profs outside of classes
Not requiring visit during office hours to get to know them. Not really making office hours known in the syllabus.
Professors keeping doors closed during office hours.
"When ever they don't greet me, when they don't say Hi." "When they start talking that you need to be in the minor
to be in the club."
Faculty advisor - doesn't believe in her capabilities as a student. Avg. gpa, says to "Stop now" and to go on to
teaching. Negative attitude -> student doesn't feel motivated to visit her. First to graduate college in family, great
research background. And lack of support of advisor isnot encouraging to student.
Not being there for office hours. Usually doesn't happen and when it does very apologetic.
Not making office hours. Intimidating persona of faculty members
Living off capus, not a lot of emails that provide info/events. Academic advisors are not personable, give RAC
code and that's it. Administration's "lack of works"; professor/administartive, etc. not replying to emails. Require
studetns to come to office 4-5 times.
Not being available (missed office hours). Can't come to them with issues.
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Faculty supervisors for scholarship job didn't give her enough to do, so she didn't re-apply the next year
talking to a professor about a group (other group member lack of involvement in project-blew it off)- no direct
help. Inside classroom, prof 15 min late for test
assume you should already know info, -make you feel you should already know answers
don't say hi
Some staff have a negative attitude and are off-putting when she asks academic questions
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aren't able to make it to office hrs b/c hrs are all in the same day. Keep office doors closed when the are there
not having a lot of office hours. Prof being rude outside of classroom when student working scholarship job.
Makes student not want to take their classes
one prof didn't show up to his office hours on one occasion
professors don't acknowledge students, say hi outside of class, -students are treated like a generic student, don't
feel known or acknowledged
staff are not always supportive. Not much input
Negative comments about fraternities and sororities that made them suspect to joining them
interested in own field, so not much time for other activities-->outside of class depends on student, none
specifically
if they ignore you outside class and don't make an effort to remember who you are
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not willing to help w/homework. don't offer or encourage students to come to office hours
na- tries to accept prof and their individual quirks as they come
participating in illegal activites would affect something strange
Isn't ever seen anywhere outside class or offices, gives impression of not wanting to talk. Helps if involved w/
activities w/ students- should be seen on reg. basis
want to have awareness of how the teacher views the student. Could I improve in a way or… wonder what profs
say to each other
Rude ("have better things to do"). Seems like they don't care or biased to certain students.
Missing office hours - having very few hours posted and then not showing up or being late for posted hours. -
many people were waiting.
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office hours "not true as posted". Non responsive to email. Outside interaction in an employment situation. Bad
customer affects perceptions of classroom behavior anticipated. \
No comments
Not there for hoffice hours or appointments. Not recognizing student in the hallway.
Come to class and office hours and that’s it-> could be type of course or prof. The absence is significant.
(no specific examples)
faculty have discouraged involvement in club sports because they don't see it as important. Faculty member
would not let him make up work missed due to an injury - very uncompromising, not helpful.
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A professor who was an advisor for a student organization gave her the feeling of being judged for not
participating fully in the organization. This feeling extended to the classroom.
Wish advisors for clubs would be more involved and show up for meetings, events. Need support for starting
organization. Professors aren't in office when they said they would be.
Emails from prof outlining info they need to learn in a very short time - sends material at the last moment.
Faculty not coming to student organizations they are involved in. Going to a proessor's office hours and having
them unfriendly or unwilling.
Professors seen around campus are generally encouraging compared to those absent from campus
Not being present or taken part in the organization they are overseeing
Wont communicate effectivel--teacher looks like she wants to say something but doesn’t
Truman Shuffle--staff members are used to shipping people off to other offices. Student org. tried to bring a
speaker--got sent all over campus etc. Offices didn’t care/forgot who they were
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ignoring you
Nothing really turned off
faculty walking past them on campus (ignoring)
Some faculty Ive encountered that Ive felt were judging me for being a part of an organization treat them
differently based on whether they are part of same one faculty is involved with. Being Greek also, you wear letters
to class and you feel like professor judges you based on the organization you belong to and not on you as a
student. Maybe setting unfair expectations for participation in an organization and putting that ahead of
coursework.
failing to return emails. Not putting forth effort. Not present for office hours. Not doing what they say they will do.
Careless about commitments.
lack of what they've said (or that they don't talk at all). Don't recognize you in halls (hallways) - doesn't make you
feel like they are interested or want to help you with what you are doing.
I can't think of any behaviors that would make me less engaged. They've always been supportive. There's never
been anything that was just "bla.h"
The only time I've been upset about a teacher is when they set(?) on me b/c I have a different lecturing style and
they tell me I need to change in. I need to memorize until it clicks. I have to be shown things, how to do the
problem-can't read the book and apply what is says without being shown. Teachers say how learning style is
mimicking.
faculty advisors of organization never came to events and wouldn't help when asked, said syestem was "messed
up," "don't worry about it,""I wouldn't try too hard," one eventually dropped organization. Extra: MAE 6 hr of grad
here, trouble getting them to teach those hours, faculty said no, won't offer class for just one. not too many other
solutions offered.
any time there is miscommunication between offices. Internship not well taken care of. Hasn’t happened to me
but others-studying abroad transfer credits
Not very encouraging to activities out of class. Like classes should take up our life. Other activities arent as
important.
Truman Faculty are very helpful. Frustrated with administration---being referred to multiple people. Frustrated with
grad paperwork.
Study abroad---being late for meetings and not showing up. Using study abroad as a free vacation
When they don’t seem attentive. Don’t return emails. Hard to set up time to meet. They seem really busy/stressed
so they just brush you off.
no interaction or pos. No regular interaction.
discouraged to enter [student orgs] because I was a transfer student (2nd sem frosh) was honors and didn't have
spring rush. In fall said I was older. In another honors personality was told I was intimidating. Office hours (don't
have/early). Not having oppor to do something outside of the class. Business (T had stroke) but if you aren't
healthy should you be teaching? -> if not engaging (?) how can we learn. PPS -> rude to me; crashed car needed
replacement ticket didn't know I need mirror hanger and she talked to me like I was stupid and five years old - not
understanding.
not being able to find them - no office hours scheduled, - not being communicative (i.e. e-mail)
Academic advisors didn’t know about classes or credits needed. Was surprised what advisor didn’t know
essential info. (how many hours she needed to become a junior). SA was more helpful.
don't acknowledge or engage me outside of class; don't greet me
Not as supportive with academic standings, future career/goals. coach-unnecessary "constructive" criticism
sometimes teachers don’t recognize students outside of the classroom. Maybe its because they only took one
class with the person.
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go to prof's office hours & come across as condescending that you not know material - prof not understand that
you not grasping material & not open to helping, - not invite questions
professors at bars who act out of character lose respect and effects participation in classroom. -if a professor is
not available, it makes the student less engaged, -also not answering questions clearly, -not knowing what the
student needs
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Being very helpful with situations. Going out of the way to help with problems. Advice on career, academic goals,
etc. Taking care of academic problems
Advisor for major is always available. Fast email resposne. Could stop in for a quick question. Pushing to try
things. Giving lots of options.
Career meeting-course planning. Promoted orgs for career path. Look over resumes-promote depth in orgs over
number. Fill in what's missin/suggestions.
Not much academic advising sessions-wishes had taken advantage of opportunity. Just given RAC.
Pre professional/pre law school advising has been excellent. Very informational, encouraging, helpful in looking at
options/the big picture. Responded in 2 hours during the summer! With lengthy email-talk about responsive!!
LSAT prep workshop was very encouraging and useful. RCP advisor still remembers my name 4 years later. Told
me about the internship programs, helped me with long range planning, seemed like they really cared.
Took time to help explore career options. Not assiged advisor helping with situations involving advising.
Straight up advice from advisors---maybe we want to ask questions. Always follwed up w/ first year advisor---
encouraging & helpful with information.
Current advisor went through resume-mentioned organizations to be involved with. Meet to hang out notabout
RAC codes. Catch up-helped direct where to go in major--make it personal.
He's been self reliant with class section. Discussed internship opportunity w/ advisor. Weighing choices for
opportunities. Advisor sent out emails to all advisees. Listing office hours and availability. Proactive.
Good experiences in general. Major advisor-diff emphasis of study but very supportive. Grad school info-great
advice/leads/resources.
Asks what you desire to gain from classes before giving advice. Cares about personal life and plans for the
future. Always has graduation information ready.
My current advisor has a genuine interest in me- my classes, life outside of classes, and my future. Demonstrated
by demeanor, asking questions. Feels more like a friendship than advisor/advisee.
Advisor (including RCP & 2 History ones) have all tried & given good effort to help. Never felt blown off-would get
responses to emails quickly. Capable in terms of skills: Knowledge of university etc.
well educated advisor to provide information, - helped to know they have gone through a similar experience, able
to relate to current situation, -advisors care if program wer completed
answer questions willingly; guided through future years; availability
Helping with problem that student came in with. Knowing how students learn topic "See ? beneath ?". Know usual
stumbling blocks. Advising student as a student---recommendations about study habits, have to know topic well
enough to assess different learning styles.
honest, not tell you what you want to hear (fine line honest/rude); concrete examples whith personal stories "I had
a student in the past"..
Being knowledgeable and helpful in giving advice to future. Encouraging goals. Offered opportunites for on-
campus jobs and scholarship.
good about having 4 yr plan set up; didn't do much outside of that; didn't have much involvement w/advisors
besides getting RAC code; pushed him to go to Jeff city for an internship
None
Major advisor strongly encouraged internship and study abroad. Did both, was very pleased with the experiences.
Major advisor is giving feedback on pros and cons in choosing a law school. Helpful in clarifying thinking. Major
advisor (and other faculty members) wrote letters of reccommendation for law school.
Go to particular professor for mentorship, not assigned advisor. Lay out options for grad-schools (admission &
then beyond).
Advisors have been helpful.
Introduce he/she to equine studies minor. Make sure he/she got the whole experience. Gave resources from
summer internship. Encouraging to do research w/ faculty. Encourages her to come back and talk to him again.
Brainstorming -> could bring those ideas into classroom and with other students. Small-talk - more personal,
more understanding from professors such as with personal, family matters. Willing to take times. Reliable
resources during short, notice (high stress) periods.
Freshman year advisor was clueless but found a different advisor that made things better. Degree audits that
started a few years ago helped out a great deal. Knows exact requirement, make clear what these are and follows
up.
Freshan advisor very helpful---had many majors and they helped her plan out one to see which classes would
work. Now advisor very helpful for preparing schedule for graduation. Encouraged to plan schedule ASAP
supportive but also willing to check student if goals are overly ambitious- reminds of need for balance and
personal wellbeing. Knowlegeable about courses
When professor knows and get things done. Explained complex stuff and dealt with changes in a way to let
student graduate on time. Regular academic advisor was able to answer questions and help out when needed.
When professor makes things fit for you. Not making it fit because it's standard.
Interested in your future career, what you wanted. Brought up their ocncernts. Asked for more info before giving
opinion, advice. Said "tell me more"
give clearences for classes. Help student w/ classes. Guidance w/ forms.
advisor helped the student for an extended period of time whle working with finding a schedule. Med school
advisor helps to keep applications competative.
2 advisors: major & transfer, -supportive, look-up info, -able to voice concerns about career - gave great advice,
calm, very supportive, -went over curriculum well & repeatedly, -reassuring/gave hope of success, -prompt in
answering questions (phone calls, etc)
personal interest, -offer complete suggestions about choices & future, -consistent followup make connection with
students
RCP advisors-really knowledgable about LSP. Advisor showed her how to use TruView for degree audit. Very
organized and very knowledgable. Very helpful w/questions about MAE
advisors should know their student's names. Advisors provided help in contracting other professors and
administrators. Online registration is good, but it favors the well prepared and punishes harshly set backs that
may be uncontrollable. Major advisors are much more helpful than dorm advisors. Advisors should make a strong
effort to advise and help or make clear that they will not do so.
Freshman yr one was great = remembered her -> asks how classes were going. Discuss courses and life goals.
2nd one was encouraging and kept her on track - inspired her to keep organized in planning. 3rd one: asks where
she's going (in life) grad school, field, etc. Looks out for present and future.
RCA's ask lots of different questions about what the student expected, - remembering student comments, goals,
etc. = personal touch!
Asking me about how my classes are going. Engaging student in conversation about other resources they could
take advantage of. Talking about career development, activities, and career goals. Showing interest/engagement
with them as a total person. Consistant check ins on degree requirements.
Do their job as an academic advisor. Maximum, of simply affirming progress.
Encouraging you to talk about what you have enjoyed in class to help you decide on major. Asking questions
about life and interest in who you are.
When professors asked me "where do you want to go?" Asking open questions not close questions. Suggested
about study abroad?
Encouragement to do well in school, pursue higher degree - research mentor.
"unofficial" academic advisor -> she is really involved, asks questions encourages her to go to grad school. Open
to address questions, welcoming, quick responses to emails. Always willing to meet for any reason.
Prompt email correspondence. Emailing RAC code. Giving access to websites for further information about grad
school.
Asking about career goals. Formulate plan. Help with class planning. Know him by name, say hi, remember
major. Know what they are talking about, knowledgeable, know about class, relaxed atmosphere, respond quickly
to emails/questions.
Asking questions about post-undergraduate career. Avaliability. Keep self on course/right direction.
Leaving the office door open, listening (being attentive), actively helping refine skills that are vital to class (break
problems into pieces)
gives student other class ideas that are interesting and help w/future career plans; job opportunities previous
students knew about; helped w/4 yr plan
had a previous advisor that mapped out courseork at TSU. Helpful to know what was needed. Prof met with her
prior to her study abroad to enhance what she would and could do wit the program she would be studying while
there
advisors talked to her a lot about grad school; advisors encouraged her and became involved in professional
orgs; able to talk w/adivsor about a job interview she had. Explained culture of org
when knew interested in study abroad, advisors helpful w/course transfers- follow through w/admin making things
work well. Help w/decisions on prof direction and help w/deciding on classes that might be helpful
encourage q's, -talk about future career
don't put you down, -encourage career goals, -tell about their lives, relatable
Encourages in helping figure out what to do after graduation. Advisor very helpful when she wanted to change
major - didn't try to keep her in that major. New advisor provided information on requirements of new major.
advisor seems genuinely interested in how classes are going and life in general. When teacher/advisor has time
to devote to convo -esp when teachers not always have lots of time (going through whole test helped a lot)
previous advisor was interactive, asked questions, gave guidance, helped when he changed majors, updated
student as to upcoming events and interest.
find out about me and suggest future jobs and further edu. Learn more about advisor as a person
works in academic advising. Good advisor is: always available, has right answer, knows what talking about
asks a lot of questions to make sure he graduates on time. Asks questions about after college. Will look into his
questions about requirements while his in her office. Helped him get yellow cards
catch on to student's interests and point him/her down the right path to pursuing those interests
helped figure out what classes are wanted and what clases are needed.. Informative. Helpful with paperwork. Can
look up specific problems. Remember name. Help get in class.
Asking about grades, mentioning to tlak to prof about problems, encouraging questions of them as well
talk about their own projects and talks-->more interested in those topics
advisor freshman year very firendly, warm and greatly encouraged me to ask all the questions I wanted to. Very
helpful attitude
worksheet of otpions/paths with degree, student could see what needed to do. Could answer questions or find
answers quickly
going through grad school w/student . Asked if needed help w/letters of rec. asked about classes. Interested in
well-being. Concerned w/academic performances and why got a bad grade
directed on what I needed to do now and afterwards (after graduation); made me think about the future,
recommended getting internships; advised where and how to get them. In this ex: facutly member was in role of
both instructor of upperlevel course and advisor
more personal;holistic apprach; not all grades, classes, etc. student interests, likes etc…show interest in students
success,; proactive, meet with advisee, reach out; doing well in class? Struggles?
Ask about semester, class, friend, living, etc… ask about goals (ultimate goal), shows they care about your
education & journey.
really open, easy to make appts w/; busy, but makes time for me. Listens to new ideas, provide general support
(ex: changing career path). Write letters of rec, get everything out on time, etc
Enquiring about goals & post college. Shows concern & provides options during school semesters (long term
options). Helped in transition. Fast feedback & easy app. Opportunities
Advisor friendly, makes sure I get courses done on time. Encourages contact and available to answer questions.
Talk outside of class.
Ask what students goals are & ask how can accomplish them - then guide process to reach that goal. Go step-by-
step.
freshman year - area advisor great, RCP advisor not a good at first then helpful - only (?) helpful at first, at first
enthusiastic. BUT 1st adivsor - same for 2 years, emails/reminders were annoying but helpful. Other (?) area
advisors: not helpful - "okay"
Being very knowledgeable in academic discipline. Direct you to information/resources relating to major.
Knows advisor and talks regularly, so formal advising appointments no big deal. Built relationship over four years-
personalities clicked. Had the opportunity to choose advisor.
Major advisor has very wide breadth of knowledge outside division. -> know of courses that would supplement
econ courses. Very approachable. Say hi outside of advising.
writes cover letter for applications. Communication about outside of glass/grad school opportunities.
talked to me about my career path and classes needed. Knowing me personally. Remembering previous
conversations made it easier to trust them.
Schedule packed w/ technical courses and advisor recommended adding a class/something to keep sanity (other
division/exercise). Helps w/ questions about course work, requirements.
If advisor didn't know the answer, they would find out for the student. True for both RCP and major advisor. Felt
she could talk to RCP advisor about anything.
Switched advisors this year to main prof for major. Very helpful: can help w/ grad school, very knowledgeable,
cares about what will happen after graduate, helped to figure out schedule.
Act like they care - gives examples from his life student can relate to, feel better about decisions. Doesn't make
decisions for the student - gives options.
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Encouraging to take difficult classes b/c the student is capable. Supporting other activites.
Being aware of future plans and goals and making sure you are on track class wise. Helping students find
internships. Looking over essays. Asking about life outside of the classroom w/ organizations and such. Answer
emails immediately.
Give opinions about grad schools. Tell what classes you need to talk to. Offers to write letters of
reccomendation.Talk just to talk. Genuinely care.
Havent had spectacular advising. Can't think of an answer.
Knowledgable in area you are looking into for classes and a career. Frustrating when there is little input on
classes so chose another more knowledgeable advisor.
Kept office hours and exceeded them beyod their requirement to be there and asnwer questions.
asking personal questions (mentioned chaning advisors--former advisor wanted to help with transition during
major change. RCP advisor complemented grades, encouraged student saying that they will do well--gave them
the confirmation they might not heat elsewhere.Interested in me as a person not just my major.
non-major advisor would push to go to career center/interviews (RCP)
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I work for my advisor as a tutor. Totoring for a class in my major I guess has increaed engagement, but since I
work for him I wont have advising sessions. Sometimes he would ask if I was taking one class, or suggest one
class or another.
Reviews 4 year plan & helps to avoid conflict. Keeps abreast of how I'm doing. Contacts me 1-2X/semester.
Keeps regular office hours.
talking about classes & getting advice - they make sure they understand what you want to do post-grad so they
can help you take classes that will benefit you in the long run. Being patient - making sure you don't miss
anything. Make sure you meet all the requirements.
I just had a discussion with my advisor about what grad program I'm applying for. She stays on top of me to make
sure I am applying. They're keeping me motivated.
I love my academic advisor. I stop by her office just to chat. Interested in my life, my interests, so she can help
me decide how to best apply it. First year academic advisor answered and looked up/called to answer questions,
knew his stuff and no bad advice.
checked on general well being, how all classes are going rather then major only. Helped looked into study abroad.
Several prof ask about well being, care about success, help with scheduling conflicts, recommended Dr. (see
question 3 response as well.)
Advisor has been helpful, not only w/ classes but with internships and summer jobs. Willing to talk and listen.
Being available through office visits and e-mails.
Faculty understood when sick, family situations. Talked research, and handled organization questions
only had one advisor. Very helpful and helped take care of graduation.
Taking a personal interest in goals and giving useful advice on how to achieve those goals. Sometimes actual
academic advisor is not very helpful, but other advisors are, get specifics. Freshman year advisor not very helpful
for specific career path, but did find help from people who knew what they were talking about
Ask about what I am interested in; try to figure out what is best for me in my major and in internships. Help with
intership mathcing. Give sources to investigate.
encouraged student. Bad internships--A.A. told student give another try AA. Asked student to TA. Had faith in
student.
Advisor is awesome (Dr Cox). Always available to me. Asks about my intersnhip. Available. Sees past office
hours. Act like she cares and cares that we do well -> is tough like "mom" but has good rel with students. Good
resource. Knows people in community and helps get us involved.
made me think about what I was going to do after graduation, outline options for future, - describing classes &
professors to me, - making me think on my own what I wanted to take rather than tell me
Same as before. Confused w/ choosing major. Help from SA and AA.
gave options and explained them to me; interacted on informal/personal level
help student understand interests, route for a career. questionnaires - getting to know you, reflect on self. look at
future, apply education. a.a. honest, answers
Advisor is really helpful, she takes initiative to help with grad school, helpful when in contact with advisor, helped
with major, and helped with confusion regarding class schedule.
give me ideas on what classes would be good for what I want to do after college, -advice about how major would
be good for preparing for law school
advisor help explain what you do w/major through presenting an article - provides answers w/out just telling -
allowing 4 indiv thought, also guide student to figure out what classes to take& why, not just suggest/tell, -
interested in topic & advisor able to refer student to other prog who knew more - know each other as a team
good academic advising experience, freshman advisor -knowledgeable of campus resources -knowledgeable of
major, -major advisor has been challenging and challenges the student, -very supportive
willing to talk about the things they were involved in (their own research) - get sense 4 market 4 research
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501   Information overload when talking to advisor. Contradictory messages on what to do/pursue academically.
502   Res Life advisor. Wasn’t sure what classes needed to be taken. Hard to get an appointment.
503   None
504   No real follow up to do more advising (possible result of resistant to initial attempts).
505   Advisors have been so wonderful that I cant really think of anything.
      Classified as "transfer" student; enrollment for first semester was done by an academic advisor w/o consulting student.
506   Disconnect between offices and student.
507   No negative comments.
      First advisor-No guidance, no questions. Misinformed on the overide process-led to longer time in truman. Not engaged
508   herself (advisor). Didn’t provide feedback.
509   Advisor allowed him to be less engaged. Didn't require meeting w/ him to release RAC
510   Generally good-friends had bad experiences-affected his judgement of professors/advisors.
511   N/A
      Interaction consisted of "What's your name?" Oh….Heres your RAC code. No questions asked. If I asked questions
512   they didn’t know the asnwers, and didn’t really seem to have an interest in helping me.
      Advising is a mess…(Strong feelings). Online degree audits-advisors arent fully trained to use them. Needs to take govt
      class for history, but was told needed to take MO statute & was told wrong (RCP Advisor). How can they be expected
      to know every majors requirements? RCP did better job at trying to get them involved. Major advisors haven't cared
      about outside activities...well rounded? Still kinks in online evaulatuations. Degree audit is telling him he won't graduate;
513   double-counting is wrong.
514   need to take class out of order, advised not to, professor did not care, inflexiblity
515   doesn't take the time to help; seems more concerned w/teaching than advising; unavailability/inflexible
516   Feel stupid/degrated

      being told what the student "must do"; trying to/pressuring students to particpate in specific activity/things; assumption
517   based on race, gender, income, sexuality; RCP advisors did not allow for student self direction, treated like a child
518   Not very entertaining speaker. Didn’t inform of leaving or change in jobs.
519   not much interaction w/ advisors so No-basically none
520   Not stay in contact. Only talk during registration time.

    RCP advisor was nice but was new, so not very knowledgeable about course selections. Major advisors advise a lot of
    students and don’t seem to have a lot of time. At times I have been handed a RAC or been able to get it through email
    w/out conversation. This was frustrating. There is a big lack of consistancy about what internship credit will count for. I
    was told it would count as 3 hours of major electives. Then my advisor said no, so I had to take another upper-level
    major course. Then I was told in my senior seminar exit interview that the 3 hours could have counted. So frustrated by
521 having spent $1000 on an internship that did not count toward my major as it could/should? have.
    Only a rubber stamp advisor - go to get forms signed. No idea or opinions offered. Not interested in things outside of
522 major.
523 No issues here.
    1st yr res hall advisor didn’t understand the majors well. Didn’t give much advice/guidance, just checked their schedule.
524 Didn’t give advice if they were doing the right thing. Other than 1st yr, good experiences.
    Incorrectly posted office hrs (2 semesters old). Not open to scheduling meetings outside of office hours. Made to not
    feel that they (student) was important or that the class was important. Outright telling someone was wrong and not
    leading you to why you wrong or explaining to you why you were wrong. Create lack of confidence and felt like a slap in
525 the face.
    Regular advisor is hands off. Not bad. Can be helpful, but not a great resource for academic advisor. RCP was not in
526 tune to the specifics of her major. RCP advisor was nice, but not helpful with specifics of major.
527 Just handing you RAC and not talking about classes they'll be taking.
    first year advisor dislillusioning- knew nothing about (their major) classes. Confusion over transfer credit drawn out-
528 student ended up taking a class at truman and not getting credit
    RCP advisor was okay but she did not know what was going on. Had to do work on own to make it work out. RCP
529 advisor did not seem prepared. Had friends take wrong LSP based on RCP advice.
    When profs don't remember who yo uare, what you're doing. Seem unintersted in you, what you want. Have to explain
530 it all over again to them (they forget/aren't prepared)
531 when they don't know their name. Don't acknowledge them in public. Only interact to get RAC
532 advisor did not take student's early academic ambition as seriously as the student would've liked.
533 nothing, -advisors enhanced enthusiasm
    show no confidence in advice, -leave student feeling confused, -lack of enthusiasm, -showing no interest -no follow up -
534 no extra help
    RCP adviser didn't know awhat she needed to do to major in art. Should have informed her on instead of giving her
535 wrong information
    advisor's need a better system of documenting the individual wants of students so that they student does not end up
    repeating all their goals and problems every meeting. Getting the RAC in person is cumpersome. Yellowcarding is a
536 temendous hassle. Advisors should be more clearly stated to students early on.
    3rd one: was thinking about dropping a course and didn't know what kind of student she is -> assumed she was lazy
537 and dropping is routine. Generalized dropping = lazy.
538 just handing out RAC codes w/o really personal interest, - cold, down to business
539 Not being prompt about responding to the ?s about class substitution. Made it hard to make course decisions.
    Not personable. Not empathetic to the students situation and needs. Encouraging to relocate depsite students interest.
540 From faculty advisor. Considered herself a nontraditional student.
541 Almost picking classes for you instead of encouraging to make your own decisions.
    "I only have the advisor for a year." Intimidating in the classroom, and for a while I did not go to her office, cuz I am
542 afraid or intimidated. Form letters from advisors is not welcoming (email)
543 faculty advisor - (Q. 4) negative. (please see #4)
    Towards "official" academic advisor -> bad at responding to emails, lost her RAC code, didn't tell her when he found it.
    Made recommendation on classes that showed he didn't know her year in school that she was a senior. Didn't know
544 her. Felt more there for administrative pruposes, doesn't feel open to ask him questions.
545 The absence of contact outside of registration time.
    not nowing answers to questions that they should; "give run around." Having english advisor - when pre mae, watns
546 and education advisor to assist in plans/knowledge of major and division of student's plan for career.
547 n/a
548 Having a dog in their office. Having family and children in their office.
549 went fast; talked quickly about classes that were needed
550 advisor only gave RAC code and never went any further. No guidance. Has since changed advisors
    advisor appt was really rushed, she had questions that didn't get answered b/c other students were waiting had to
551 make another appt to get rest of her questions answered
552 none
553 in a hurry, busy, don't have time for you
554 none
555 No comments
    office hours got ambiguous, random "crap" thrown at student too much info than already had. Complicated project.
556 Care less about it
557 criticism of class schedule and how student wanted it set
558 messy office. Can't find RAC. They push their way on them, live vicariously through students
    really bad experiences. Advisor led astray freshman year. Told had tested out of public speaking when really hadn't aso
    student had to repeat class. Didn't help student know what classes to take early in college. Major advisor can't answer
    questions tells student to go ask someone else. didn't tell student to turn in graduation application. dorm advisors didn't
559 know anything about specific classes student should take
560 none
    the advisor focused totally on financial situation of student instead of their education, -advisor didn't show up for a prior-
561 set meeting

562 missed office hours. Didn't know students name. sometiems they push their views and don't give an unbiased view
    Lack of emphasis of graduating requirements, like credit hours needed. Advisors dealing with "undeclared people-could
563 improve in terms of giving them information.

564 the assumption of prof that all you do is study- you're students so you must study all the time, disregard personal life
565 no neg
566 previous advisor left, got moved to a new prof during last sme but student knew what to do
    advisor didn't throughougly explain options freshman year. Advisor didn't tell could drop course if not enthusiastic or
567 had schedule conflicts. didn't help pick a major.

      not helpful in trying to answer questions; made me second guess own judgement. Plant "seeds of doubt" about choices
      for no apparent reason. Ex: asked to review personal statement for law school; didn't tell anything I needed to hear,
568   questioned what I wanted to do in law school, disagreed with my choices. "thats not very practical"
      too short of meeting; wants to be person, not appointment; don't show any other interest outside of class requirements;
      didn't pay close enough to classes/order of classes taken; disorganized; lose your requirement sheets, students have to
569   redo paperwork or shuffle schedule
570   NA
      misunderstand direction in life I'm going. Assume certain things w/out checking that they know what I'm saying. Some
571   prof's are really intimidating, not approachable, you've heard things through the grapevine.
572   Silence/no comments. Not enough effort put forward. Too closed off…
573   was encouraged to focus in one area rather than explore others

574 Overloading w/ info-stresses student out - no focus, no know what to do next - hard to follow, although info's good.
    Has not asked about future plans. Not as enthusiastic about field, student doesn't know what to do with it; wish didn't
    have it as a major, needs more guidance on possible options.Other (?) area advisors: not helpful - "okay" doesn't offer
    input or advice; doesn't add to the puress (?); not informing her of important dates, not on top of things. Can fololow the
575 guides w/out him-answers less engaged question
576 Not showing support towards helping to improve academically. Not aware of resources available.
    RCP advisor make you feel like a number since they have so many students. Can't give specific answers- but knew
577 where to send most of the time. Still difficult to get direction from someone not in field.
578 "railroad" - his preferences in major are very specific and trying to "push" those preferences/goals onto student.
579 Reporting high GPA requirements for med school can be discouraging.

580 switching of academic advisors multiple times (3 times during his 4 years). Hard to develop trust with new advisors.
581 None
    Asked a question about graduation worksheet to academic advisor, who said it didn't exist, when it did = there was
    something to fill out. Other times when advisor didn't know answer - mader her question how much advisor knew.
582 Student had to get answers on her own.
    Hard to establish relationship - made difficult to figure out where going. Put RAC in envelope on door - hard to start
583 conversation/ask questions that way.
584 nothing
585 not asking her questions (such as schedule). Passed on to others for answering questions.
    Most have been good. Unsupportive RCP advisor--jumped to conclusions about what the student was saying. Advised
586 the student to disregard parental concerns about future jobs and income.
587 First year advisors giving false information when didn’t know much about the student's major.
588 None/avoid the bad ones.
    Lack of knowledge--not being able to answer questions. They're say they have no idea--points twd aministrator /other
589 offices. Faculty didn’t care until you're filling out grad applications--"Here's your RAC; have a nice day.
    Not being knowledgeable in advising area. Not having advisor recognize/be able to identify student at beg of meeting.
590 Not paying attention to student's wants/needs for classwork.
591 Not knowing off hand the specific information someone needs to know off hand to graduate.
    wasn’t believing what I said--dint say I was wrong--but made me feel really stupid/should be comfortable experience--
    they went about the experience in a bad way--not fully listening. RCP advisor had wrong info--I took uneeded classes
592 and wasted 6 credit hours. Had limited office hours---difficult to meet on short notice.
593 Some have been not so helpful in discussing what to do with major
    1st advisor--recommending classes that not prepared for & had to withdraw from a class. Switched advisors but it didn’t
    happen right away--physics advisor helpful with CS. Havent met new advisor do a4 yr plan / him--a lot of transfer
594 creditswont count.
    My res hall advisor knew nothing about business classes. I guess it made me more engaged in taking it into my own
    hands, but less engaged in seeking advice. Im more indifferent to my freshman advisor who I didn’t really get to know.
595 It didn’t affect my engagement.
    Advising: misinforming students about what to take. Attitude of wanting to get student in & out, rather than trying to
596 provide whole picture.
597 went to get his RAC & advisor didn't know where he'd put it

      Freshman year was a horrible year for me - I had a roommate from hell - had pneumonia & had to be rushed to KC
      because hospital here failed to diagnose. Missed finals. Advisor here for the dorm kept sending emails about how I
      needed to get finals done - she kept hounding me about until I wanted to scream - please stop hounding me - she said
598   she was going to go to the Dean & say I was a difficult student not seeking any help . How is that helping me?
599   No negatives.
      no examples, excellent advisor. One case of general (ancillary?) major advisor gave bad advice, couldn't resolve
600   scheduling complications.
      ealier in my career-should have taken more 300 level classes over all 4 years instead of leaving them to 3rd and 4th
601   year. Reminders of deadlines-especially the first year.
602   Unorganized (late for appointment, couldn’t recall grades when prompted, and couldn't give reason for criticism.
      Not knowing anything about specific career path (discouraging). Not knowing how to actually advise/makes people not
603   want to talk to them at all. "Just get RAC and leave"
604   Freshman advisor was not helpful---was referred to other people---frustration.

605 Don’t care about what you are interested in, just sign you up for classes. Don’t give good resources, not too useful.
606 Prof. looked down on other depts. Condone students doing so. Other ppl regard what I love as not worthy of notice.
607 pol sci T came off as pompous and arrogant -> I just didt it my way after that and didn't ask.
608 None-my experiences have been positive
    Academic advisors are too busy--Hard to make apointment. Don't seem to know what to do. Specific to major advisors
609 don’t know much about liberal arts credits.
610 kept meetings short; too much to the point and get meetings over too quick
    overwhelmed as freshman, academics & extracurriculars - too much - aa wasn't helpful in "making it seem doable", -
611 courses/courseload, 4 yr plan - overwhelming

612 Came into contact with a mentor/advisor that came on too strong. Warning her about class schedule and workload.
    hasn't been active (in terms of how they advise - would just get email about mtg, during mtg advisor would just approve
613 his classes); - don't feel like I'm getting much advice
614 None
615 advisor did not like a professor and persuaded the student (nonverbally) not to take the class
616 none

								
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