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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology invites you to share feedback on your experiences at the school via the annual Student Experience Survey. This survey explores the factors that influence your growth and development as a person and as a professional. Your ideas and suggestions are used to improve support services, inform academic practices, and better meet the needs of all in our learning community.​​​

​2016 Survey 

Please take time to explore highlights from the 2016 Student Experience Survey. ​

 Loyalty ‭[2]‬

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% of survey respondents who are Satisfied / Very Satisfied or Agree / Strongly Agree​

 Diversity

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% of survey respondents who Agree / Strongly Agree
* Practical Area of Diversity with most agreement
** Theoretical Area of Diversity with most agreement

 Professional Behavior & Practice ‭[2]‬

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Click here for the full report.


2015 Survey 

Please take time to explore highlights from the 2015 Student Experience Survey. 

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75.9% of students are Satisfied or Very Satisfied with their overall academic experience​

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68.8% of students would recommend TCSPP to friends, family, and colleagues​

68.2% of students said TCSPP met their expecta​tions​​

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 61.6% of st​udents feel a sense of belonging at TCSPP​​

​ ​61.4​% of students feel a sense of pride attend​ing TCSPP​​​

 Diversity

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​​More than 90% of students Agree or Strongly Agree that studying at TCSPP has provided opportunities to interact with people whose backgrounds are different than their own



​​​Female students ​expressed a significantly higher desire to work with underserved populations than male students 
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81.3% of students said studying at TCSPP has increased their respect for people whose backgrounds are different from their own

 Professional Behavior & Practice ‭[1]‬

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​​ 84.8% of students agree that TCSPP has developed their competency to behave in a professional manner





63.3% of students agree that their professional network has increased by studying ​at TCSPP​Female students.png