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Texas School and College Surveys

Prevention today for a better tomorrow

The Texas School Survey collects self-reported tobacco, alcohol, and substance use data among students in grades 7-12 in Texas public shcools. The Texas College Survey collects the same information for those who are full-time undergraduate students, ages 18-26. The survey is sponsored by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and administered by the Public Policy Research Institute (PPRI) at Texas A&M.

Texas School Survey Benefits

Flexibility

You choose the date (December through school year)
You choose the format (paper or online)
You choose the time (limit administration to class period or subject area).

Support

Public Policy Research Institute works with your Survey Coordinator throughout the entire survey process

Convenience 

Takes only one class period to complete (40 minutes)
Materials packaged in classroom envelopes for easy dissemination 
Final reports delivered in electronic format 

Informative Data

State, District, and Regional or Campus Reports available

Texas College Survey Benefits

Value

College students can help policy makers understand what is happening on college campuses 

Support

Public Policy Research Institute works with your Survey Coordinator throughout the entire survey process

Convenience 

Takes 20 minutes to take the survey 
There is no cost involved and is completely free for institutions and individuals
Offered online for easy convenience

Informative Data

Valuable resource for state agencies and statewide prevention and treatment groups

For More Information:‚Äč

This information is provided to you and can be found on the Texas School Survey website. For more assistance please visit the link below or contact the PRC or PPRI directly.