The NODA Databank is a collection of statistical information about Orientation, Transition, and Retention programs and office functions from NODA member institutions collected every three to five years. The data collected falls under nine sections which include the following information:
Section 1: General info, # and types of programs, some budget information
Section 2: Staffing, human resources, payroll
Section 3: Orientation Programming
Section 4: Transition Programming
Section 5: Extended/Camp Programming
Section 6: Online Programming
Section 7: Program Content
Section 8: Parent and family programming specifics and student staffing
Section 9: Assessment - how do you assess your programs, learning outcomes,
NODA has used a variety of mediums to collect this data from our membership. When the Databank began in 1978, we initially used pen and paper mailings to the membership. Today, we use online survey tools such as Qualtrics.
For more information about the NODA Databank or to request specific information, please contact the NODA Association office.