WITHDRAWAL INTERVIEW
Please review each item below and indicate your response of "yes" or "no" as to whether it applies.
Last Name
Your answer
First Name
Your answer
Student ID#
Your answer
Was your Major offered?
Was your major challenging enough?
Did you make a faculty connection on campus?
Were there sufficient Academic Support Services/Resources?
Did the quality of advising meet your standards?
Was your advisor available when you needed him/her?
Did you feel there were sufficient work/internship/volunteer opportunities/experience?
INSTITUTIONAL FIT
Size (Is Neumann too small?)
PERSONAL
Did you feel you were prepared for college?
Are you a first generation student?
First Generation A first-generation college student is defined as a student whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university. This means that you are the first in your family to attend a four-year college/university to attain a bachelor's degree or you are independent. An independent student is defined as one who does not receive any financial assistance from parents/guardians to assist with their costs of attending college.
Did family responsibilities impact your decision to withdraw?
Are you active in the U.S. Armed Forces?
CAMPUS LIFE
Were you a resident?
If yes, did your campus housing experience meet your expectations?
Did you find a group of friends/enjoy social life?
Were there enough activities on campus?
Did the student body consist of enough diversity?
Did the student clubs/groups reflect your interest?
Did you feel safe on campus?
Were there enough dining options?
Was the quality of food service sufficient?
Was the meal plan was suitable?
If an athlete, were you dissatisfied with athletic experience (not enough playing time)?
FINANCIAL
Did you receive financial aid from Neumann?
Was there sufficient/enough financial aid awarded?
Did you have a work-study job while on campus?
Did you need to work job outside of school?
If you worked a job off-campus, was it for more than 20 hours?
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