Take the 2017 UC San Diego Student Satisfaction Survey

The 2017 Student Satisfaction Survey opens on January 11th and continues until February 17th. Upon completion of the survey, students will automatically receive an exclusive coupon to the UCSD Bookstore and be entered into a raffle for a $400 Visa gift card or one of two swag baskets (includes Fitbit, Hydro Flask, Polaroid, and more)! To participate in the survey, please visit studentsat.ucsd.edu and contact studentsat@ucsd.edu with questions or concerns.

2017 Student Satisfaction Survey Flyer.

2017 Student Satisfaction Survey Flyer.

It’s Not Too Late to Take the 2016 Student Satisfaction Survey

The 2016 Student Satisfaction Survey, which opened on January 11, continues until March 11. Upon completion of the survey, students will automatically receive a 20% off coupon to the UCSD Bookstore and be entered into a raffle for an iPad Mini 4 or one of ten $30 UCSD Bookstore gift cards!

To participate in the survey, please visit studentsat.ucsd.edu and contact studentsat@ucsd.edu with questions or concerns.

2016 Student Satisfaction Survey flyer.

UC San Diego Student Satisfaction Survey Includes Special Raffle for Graduate Students

Don’t forget – the 2016 Student Satisfaction Survey is open and it continues until March 11. Upon completion of the survey, students will automatically receive a 20% off coupon to the UCSD Bookstore and be entered into a raffle for an iPad Mini 4 or one of ten $30 UCSD Bookstore gift cards!

All graduate students — including medical students — who complete the survey will be entered in a special raffle for a $50 Amazon gift card.

To participate in the survey, please visit studentsat.ucsd.edu and contact studentsat@ucsd.edu with questions or concerns.

Student Satisfaction Survey Flyer.

Reminder: Take the 2016 UC San Diego Student Satisfaction Survey

The 2016 Student Satisfaction Survey opened on January 11 and continues until March 11. Upon completion of the survey, students will automatically receive a 20% off coupon to the UCSD Bookstore and be entered into a raffle for an iPad Mini 4 or one of ten $30 UCSD Bookstore gift cards!

To participate in the survey, please visit studentsat.ucsd.edu and contact studentsat@ucsd.edu with questions or concerns.

2016 Student Satisfaction Survey flyer.

Take the 2016 UC San Diego Student Satisfaction Survey

The 2016 Student Satisfaction Survey opens on January 11 and continues until March 11. Upon completion of the survey, students will automatically receive a 20% off coupon to the UCSD Bookstore and be entered into a raffle for an iPad Mini 4 or one of ten $30 UCSD Bookstore gift cards!

To participate in the survey, please visit studentsat.ucsd.edu and contact studentsat@ucsd.edu with questions or concerns.

2016 Student Satisfaction Survey flyer.

Take the 5-minute UCSD Student Satisfaction Survey

For graduate and undergraduate students:

Satisfied?

For students only: Take the quick, 5-minute UCSD Student Satisfaction Survey (Feb 19 – Mar 19) at: studentsat.ucsd.edu for a chance to win an iPad or one of ten $100 gift cards.

Student Satisfaction Survey image

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iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Take the 5-minute UCSD Student Satisfaction Survey

For graduate and undergraduate students:

Satisfied?

For students only: Take the quick, 5-minute UCSD Student Satisfaction Survey (Feb 19th-Mar 19th) at: studentsat.ucsd.edu for a chance to win an iPad or one of ten $100 gift cards.

Image of two students in flyer for Student Satisfaction Survey announcement.

Click picture to see full-size flyer

iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

In the Media: Dr. Richard Clark

Dr. Richard Clark comments on the effects of lead poisoning in the television news story, “10News I-Team Investigates Dangerous Dishware.”

Richard F. Clark, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine, directs the Division of Medical Toxicology in Emergency Medicine. He is medical director of the San Diego Division of the California Poison Control System at UCSD Medical Center.

Dr. Clark is also one of the experts quoted in the San Diego Union-Tribune story, “Colleges faced with misuse of stimulants.”