Trojan Fest 2014 Program Evaluation

Total number of surveys: 340

Questions:

Q1: I learned something new at this program/event

Q2: As a result of this program, I plan to change my behaviors, thoughts, and /or beliefs

Q3: I can have a good time without using drugs or alcohol

Q4: I feel that I have a responsibility to make healthy, legal decision regarding alcohol consumption

Q5: Most students at this institution make responsible decisions regarding alcohol consumption

Q6: This activity encouraged me to make healthy, positive decisions regarding drugs and alcohol

Q7: This program offered a good alternative to a social event where drugs and/or alcohol are present

Q8: I am willing to share the information that I learned today with a friend or family member

Responses:

Q1 % Q2 % Q3 % Q4 % Q5 % Q6 % Q7 % Q8 %
Strongly Disagree 6.17 5.88 3.23 3.23 4.11 4.7 4.41 4.11
Disagree 1.47 0.35 0.2 0.2 4.4 0.8 0.5 0
Neutral 16 21.4 3.5 6.7 23.2 79.4 35.24 0.05
Agree 41.7 35.2 20 25 35 39.7 30.5 36.4
Strongly Agree 35.88 37.64 75 67.6 39.7 51.17 57.35 54.41
Classification Percentage
Freshman 21.4
Sophomore 13.52
Junior 11.17
Senior 14.41
Graduate Student 5.88
Faculty/Staff 17.05
Other 16.17
Gender Percentage
Male 35.8
Female 63.8
Age Percentage
15-17 8.23
18-20 32.35
21-24 25.88
25-44 20
45-64 9.7
65+ 1.47
Racial Origin Percentage
American Indian or Alaska Native 1.76
Asian 6.17
African American 59.11
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0.5
Caucasian 27.94
Other 5.88
Heard About This From Percentage
Friend 47
Student Organization 26.76
Instructor/Professor 7.9
Newspaper 3.23
Posters/Signs 26.16
Side-Walk Chalk 13.52
Social Media 44.41