What is the Data Warehouse?
The Data Warehouse serves as a repository of assessment project ideas and results. Often, Housing professionals may recognize the importance of assessment, but may be at a loss as where to begin. One key purpose of this project is to make
assessment work accessible to professionals at multiple levels. By providing project briefs and overviews, it is our hope that Housing programs will emulate research initiatives conducted by other programs and execute these studies on their
How can I contribute?
Contributions can be made using the form found here. The results of the form will serve as a one-page data brief that articulates high-level
logistics of how the project was executed. Contributors are encouraged to also submit a final report detailing the results of the study. Prior to contributing, please ensure that your department and institution approves of the sharing
of study findings.
A sample submission can be found here.
How does the Data Warehouse interface with the ACUHO-I Campus Housing Index?
The Data Warehouse is not intended to serve as a data benchmarking instrument; rather, this resource is intended to serve as an idea generator for campuses to emulate similar projects on their home campus. It also serves as an area to spawn research-oriented
conversations among professionals in the region. To this end, the Data Warehouse fulfills a substantially different purpose than the Campus Housing Index. All institutions are encouraged to annually submit their campus data to the Campus
Housing Index to strengthen the utility of this valuable tool offered through ACUHO-I.
Where can I find SEAHO assessment projects?
Publications through SEAHO are available as part of the SEAHO Data Warehouse. SEAHO publications can be found below:
Data Warehouse Submissions
Florida State University
August 19, 2020: Chart Culmination of 2018 Skyfactor Qualitative Data | Summary