HSC Mid-Year Survey

Mid-Year Student Survey
November - December 2021
HSC Student Affairs & OU-Tulsa Student Affairs

Question 1

Age

Question 2

Gender

Question 3

Sexual Orientation

Question 4

Race/Ethnicity (Select All that Best Fit You)

Question 5

Which statement best describes your residency status?

Question 6

Degree Granting College on the OKC and/or Tulsa campuses

Question 7

Which campus do you attend?

Question 8

Years on Campus

Question 9

Relationship Status

Question 10

Do you have children/dependents?

Question 11

Do children/dependents live with you?

Question 12

On average, how many hours of sleep do you get each night?

Question 13

I feel the amount of sleep I get is...

Questions 14 - 18

Please mark the response which most closely expresses your thoughts in the following areas.
DrowningBarely keeping my head above waterTreading waterDoing okAbsolutely fabulous
When I think of my academic course workload I feel I am
When I think about my grades/performance in academic areas, I feel I am
When I think of my ability to manage academic tasks with life tasks, I feel I am
When I think about the amount of time I have to complete my assigned tasks, I feel I am
When I think about my available time to review course content, I feel I am

Questions 19 - 27

Please mark the response which most closely expresses how you spend your time, on average, in a given week in the following areas.
0 hours1-5 hours6-10 hours11-15 hours16-20 hours21-25 hours26-30 hours31-35 hours36-40 hours41+ hours
Studying
Lectures/Direct Instruction
Labs/Clinical Work
Working (paid employment)
Family Obligations / Family Time
Social Engagements
Volunteer Activities
Extra-Curricular Student Organization or Club
Self-Care Activities

Questions 28 - 41

Choose the degree to which each of the following areas contribute to your stress on a day-to-day basis. Please put N/A if a particular area does not apply to you at all (e.g., you have no childcare responsibilities; if you have children and childcare contributes no stress, you would select 1).
1 (Little to No Stress)2 (Mild Stress)3 (Moderate Stress)4 (Considerable stress)5 (Extreme stress)N/A
Studying / Learning Course Material
Attending Lectures / Meetings with Faculty
Lab Work / Research
Clinical Work
Relationship Distress
Childcare
Other Family Responsibility
Financial Security
Food Security
Career / Life Planning Beyond Graduation
Social Isolation
Ethnic or Racial Discrimination
Sexual or Gender Discrimination
Internet Access

Question 42

How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted you? Please select all that apply

Question 43

As a result of the current pandemic, have you or your household been impacted financially in any of the following ways? Please select all that apply

Question 44

Have you felt any of the following recently due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Please select all that apply

Questions 45 - 53

Choose the degree to which each of the following events contributed to your stress in the past year. Please put N/A if a particular area does not apply to you at all (e.g., if you have not experienced a loss, mark N/A).
1 (Little to No Stress)2 (Mild Stress)3 (Moderate Stress)4 (Considerable Stress)5 (Extreme Stress)N/A
Birth of a Child
Political Stress
Vaccination Related Stress
Personal illness or illness of close relative
Death of Someone
Recently Relationally Committed or Married
Recently Separated or Divorced
Social Justice Issues
Other

Question 54

Questions 55 - 59

If you indicated you experienced an event or events that caused you stress, please tell us whether or not you felt supported by the following groups of people on campus, as you were dealing with the distress of the event.
I felt supportedI did NOT feel supportedN/A (I did not experience a stressful event.)
Staff in my college
(i.e. administrators, Student Affairs, etc).
Staff outside of my college
Faculty
(i.e. Professors, Lab Supervisors, etc)
Students/Peers
Student Organization

Question 60

Questions 61 - 62

For the next two questions please consider the following definition of coping strategy: specific efforts, both behavioral and psychological, that people employ to master, tolerate, reduce, or minimize stressful events in a positive and healthy fashion.
Completely disagreeDisagreeAgreeCompletely agree
Before this academic year, I effectively implemented coping strategies to decrease stress.
Since this academic year has started, I have effectively implemented coping strategies to decrease stress.

Questions 63 - 65

Please mark the response which most closely expresses your thoughts in the following areas.
Completely disagreeDisagreeAgreeCompletely agree
I am confident with my choice of career field.
My faculty are approachable and able to help when I am having a hard time.
I am able to self-start and remain motivated to complete my tasks.

Questions 66 - 75

In the last month, how often have you...
NeverAlmost NeverSometimesFairly OftenVery Often
...been upset because of something that happened unexpectedly?
...felt that you were unable to control the important things in your life?
...felt nervous and "stressed"?
...felt confident about your ability to handle your personal problems?
...felt that things were going your way?
...found that you could not cope with all the things that you had to do?
...been able to control irritations in your life?
...felt that you were on top of things?
...been angered because of things that were outside of your control?
...felt difficulties were piling up so high that you could not overcome them?

Question 76

Please check the self-care activities you have utilized since August 2021.

Question 77

In the last year, have you used HSC Student Counseling Services, OU-Tulsa Counseling Services, or another counseling service not associated with the University?

Question 78

Question 79

Student Counseling Services & Student Wellness