SERU Covid Survey Reports

 SERU COVID-19 Survey Policy Briefs

Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) Consortium is administering a special survey on the impact of COVID-19 on student experience at 10 US public research universities. The SERU COVID-19 Survey assesses 5 areas of the student experience for both undergraduates and graduate students impacted by the pandemic and campus closures: (1) the transition to remote instruction, (2) the financial impact of COVID-19 on students, (3) student health and wellbeing, (4) belonging and engagement, and (5) future plans.

The Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) Consortium is an academic and policy research collaboration based at Center for Studies in Higher Education at the University of California – Berkeley (CSHE) working in partnership with the University of Minnesota and partner institutions. More information: //


07.08.2020 The Obstacles to Remote Learning for Undergraduate, Graduate, and Professional Students

07.01.2020 International Students’ Experiences and Concerns During the Pandemic

06.26.2020 Adapting to Online Instruction: Disparities Among Graduate and Professional Students

06.26.2020 Graduate and Professional Students' Financial Hardships

06.26.2020 Graduate and Professional Students’ Fall 2020 Re-Enrollment Plans

06.17.2020 Will Students Come Back? Undergraduate Students’ Plans to Re-Enroll in Fall 2020


More reports are coming soon. Please check out the SERU webinar that features the preliminary results from the SERU COVID-19 Survey.