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Were you selected?
You have been randomly selected to participate in the National College Health Assessment Web survey (NCHA-Web) sponsored by the American College Health Association (ACHA). The NCHA-Web is a survey designed to assess student health behaviors in order to provide better services and support for MSU Billings students. You may benefit by knowing that you have assisted in providing accurate information regarding health behaviors on your campus. The information will be used to develop health programs for your campus.
The NCHA-Web is completed online via the Internet. You may scroll through the survey as you fill this out. We encourage you to complete the survey in one sitting, which typically takes about 20-30 minutes.
As a thank you for your time and participation, all participants who complete and submit a survey will be entered into a random drawing for one of six $50 gift cards to Best Buy.
If you were selected you have been assigned an ID number in order for the secure Internet server to manage your online survey input. This number is imbedded in your URL address. To ensure confidentiality, ID numbers and e-mail addresses are destroyed before data are compiled and shared with your university.
Data transmission is encrypted and firewall securities are in place.
After you submit the survey to the secure server, you will receive a message thanking you for taking the NCHA-Web. The final survey responses will be housed at ACHA. Again, the version of the data set that is forwarded to your institution will not include personal identification such as e-mail addresses or ID numbers.
More directions follow as you link to the web site. By linking to the survey web site you are acknowledging that you are 18 years of age or older, and you are agreeing to participate in the NCHA-Web.
Contact Triniti if you have any questions!
Health Educator, Student Health Services
Montana State University Billings