When it comes to decision-making, group leaders are utilizing surveys to collect information from campus communities. Groupment’s survey tools are a cost-effective way to collect information that can be used in meaningful ways. Let’s take a look at four ways students are using this handy tool.Read More
Congrats on becoming a club officer! Getting involved on campus in clubs and organizations provide invaluable opportunities for learning, networking and developing business skills. These groups open doors for future business partnerships, leadership and professional development. Your experience as a club officer not only beautifies your resume and cover letter, but helps to hone real-world, sought-after skills such as learning how to organize events and manage time, workflow and budgets.
Here is a quick introduction to some of the most popular features available for group officers:Read More
A new school year means new officers are being elected for campus organizations, clubs and student government. Before that can happen, though, elections need to be organized. Daunting task, right?
Not anymore. Administrators and Officers are saving time and dramatically increasing voter turnouts by setting up elections through Groupment. The Survey module offers a secure way to facilitate the election process. Everything’s already in your toolkit to maximize student awareness and involvement.Read More
Groupment provides a full suite of tools that can help you to achieve your Learning Outcomes objectives
Current research indicates that co-curricular involvements have a strong, positive influence on student performance, success and degree completion. Accordingly, accurate assessment and measurement of individual student engagement is a vital component to achieving Learning Outcomes, identifying students that may need help and determining the best strategies and requirements to meet your school's goals.Read More
Member profile extension survey
Surveys are a great way to gather more information when students join groups. You can create a survey to collect any additional information you'd like from your newly added members. The survey questions will be displayed to the students in the sign-up process just after they decide to join your group.Read More