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Community Resources Day Assessment

Thank you for attending Day 2 of Orientation: Community Resources Day (8/18/20)! We are interested in your feedback about the event. Please complete the following assessment to share your thoughts and feedback with us.

  • Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agreen/a; Did not access
  • Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agree
    Student Mental Health Panel
    Title IX Presentation
    Virtual Fair
    Advising Session
  • Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agree
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    I was able to meet people with similar interests.
    I found an organization that I am interested in exploring further.
    I am more knowledgeable about Macaulay student organizations.
    I feel more connected to the Macaulay community after this fair.
    I appreciate that Macaulay organizes club fairs like this one.
  • Very dissatisfiedSomewhat dissatisfiedNeither satisfied nor dissatisfiedSomewhat satisfiedVery satisfied
  • Orientation Pre-Sessions

    Please rate the following statements based on the Pre-Sessions listed in the Orientation Portal "2024 Orientation" in Club Macaulay.
  • Very dissatisfiedSomewhat dissatisfiedNeither satisfied nor dissatisfiedSomewhat satisfiedVery satisfied
    The Meet Macaulay Pre-Session served as a great foundation for Community Resources Day.
    I am more knowledgeable about Macaulay (staff, resources, and community) after completing the Meet Macaulay Pre-Session.
    I enjoyed completing the Pre-Sessions.
    The directions listed in the Pre-Sessions were easy to follow.
    I appreciated the format and layout of the Pre-Sessions.

Reopening Survey

  • The Macaulay Building remains closed at this time, but to plan for reopening at some point in the future we would like your feedback on how you would utilize the space. Please answer the questions below to help us with our reopening plans for the future. Please complete by 9/27/20.
  • Very UncomfortableSomewhat UncomfortableSomewhat ComfortableVery Comfortable
    Given the current public health environment, I feel confident to return to utilize the Macaulay Building.
    If the Macaulay Building were accessible in the fall/spring, I would utilize it regularly.
    With certain safety measures in place, the Macaulay Building can safely reopen.
    I feel comfortable utilizing public transportation to travel to the Macaulay Building.
  • Not ImportantSomewhat Important NeedImportant NeedVery Important NeedN/A
    Studying in the Reading Room
    Private study space
    Use of MHC WiFi
    Macaulay Events

MSC E-Board Retreat 2020 – Survey

Thank you attending the virtual MSC E-Board retreat! We would appreciate your honest feedback about this event.

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    I feel more prepared to lead my committee.
    I have gained self-awareness and feel more confident about my E-Board role.
    My leadership skills and knowledge of leadership practices have increased.
    I learned how to build a strong team and hold them accountable.
    I learned how to build trust and have honest communication.
    I have a better sense of what needs to get done in my committee and how to tackle it.
  • Sessions Review

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    What being a student leader is all about
    Goals and Shared Vision
    Case Study: COVID-2021
    Getting Committees Going
  • Final Thoughts

Club Council 2020 Assessment

We appreciate your honest feedback about the 2019-2020 Club Council meetings.

  • Strongly disagreeDisagreeSlightly DisagreeSlightly AgreeAgreeStrongly agree
    Provided useful information.
    Allowed me to connect to other club leaders.
    Facilitated collaboration between clubs.
    Helped me solve issues within my organization.
    Included me in the larger club community
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    Club Leader Updates
    Budget and Finance updates
    Student Development updates
    Leadership Development (videos or activities)
    Food and refreshments
    Club Macaulay Feature Highlight
  • YesNoN/A, was not at this meeting
    August - Constitution Review
    September - Running Effective Meeting
    October - Effective Communication
    November - Fostering Engagement
    December - Time Management
    January - How to build a team
    February - Hold People Accountable/Delegation
    March - Burnout/Self-Care

Scholars Council Executive Board Self-Assessment

  • Strongly disagreeDisagreeSlightly disagreeSlightly agreeAgreeStrongly agree
    I set out with goals for this position.

Orientation Leader/Peer Mentor Evaluation Form

  • Strongly disagreeDisagreeSlightly DisagreeSlightly AgreeAgreeStrongly Agree
    Orientation Leader/Peer Mentors helped welcome the First Year students to Macaulay
    The Orientation Leader/Peer Mentors contributed to creating an involved student body.
    Orientation Leader/Peer Mentors helped provide information about Macaulay resources, events and the community
    Orientation Leader/Peer Mentors disseminated information to students.
    If given the opportunity, I would return to this organization.
    I enjoyed being part of the Orientation Leader/Peer Mentors.
  • Student Organization Needs Assessment Tool

    The purpose of this survey is to assess possible areas for organizational development. Please use the rating scale provided below to describe how accurately each statement describes your student organization. Describe your organization as it is now, not as you wish it to be. Read each statement carefully and then circle the number that corresponds to the number on the scale provided.
  • Strongly disagreeDisagreeSlightly DisagreeSlightly AgreeAgreeStrongly Agree
    People within the organization are aware of the group’s goals.
    Group members work together to achieve goals.
    Group members attend regularly scheduled meetings.
    Our meetings have a clearly stated agenda.
    Members often volunteer for activities.
    Members follow through with their responsibilities.
    Members of the organization respect each other.
    It is not difficult to get people to volunteer to participate.
    Personal conflicts often arise between group members.
    Our group sets achievable goals.
    Our members work well together.
    Delegation of tasks is handled well within our group.
    The general motivation level of our group is quite high.
    Our group is effective at meeting our organizational goals.
    Our group’s communication facilitates effective teamwork.

Senior Award 2020 Student Bio Form

Congratulations on being selected to receive a Macaulay Class of 2020 Award! The Senior Awards is a hallmark to recognize exceptional members of the graduating class and their significant contributions to the community. Please fill out this form to share a professional photo and brief bio. Questions? Contact Student Development at

Bio must be in third person and be no longer than 1100 characters (~1 paragraph):

A good bio has the following components:
-Full Name
-Academic Major and Minor
-1-2 highlights or achievements throughout your time as a student (This can include but not limited to: awards, community service, leadership opportunities, community involvement, and other achievements)
-A brief description of your post-graduate plans

Here is a great example of a past Senior Award bio for reference:

Demi Moore is a Political Science and English Creative Writing double major. Currently, she works as an Executive Assistant at Shine Media Productions where she started in Spring 2018 as a Media Outreach Intern. She was a lead organizer at TEDxCUNY, a student-led TEDx conference and CUNY’s ideas hub. She is also a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence and the Grove Scholarship. 

In Fall 2016, she became a Political Intern with New American Leaders Project while also serving as a Student Senator. In Spring 2016, Demi started writing for Odyssey at Hunter and launched Macaulay Crew, Macaulay’s hip-hop dance group. In Summer 2017, Demi worked at Paul, Weiss law firm. In Winter 2017, she went to Tokyo, Japan on a self-funded study abroad program. She was also a Legislative Intern at Assemblyman Ben Kallos’s office where she was drafting briefs for the meetings, answering phone calls, researching, and filing. In the future, she plans to apply to law schools after taking a gap year.