The Graduation Survey is a locally developed survey that is conducted by the Office of Institutional Research. Degree candidates, including undergraduates and graduate students, complete the survey online at the same time that they provide other graduation-related information (e.g., mailing address for their diploma). Students typically complete the survey shortly before graduating (within two or fewer months).
The survey examines students' plans for after graduation, including where they plan to live, whether they intend to work, and whether they plan to pursue additional schooling. The survey also examines students' experiences while enrolled at Miami, such as their participation in internships, their experiences with service learning, research, or public speaking, and their participation in co-curricular activities.
Population: Graduating students, including undergraduates and graduate students, on all Miami campuses
Topics: Plans for after graduation, including career and educational plans; activities in which students participated while at Miami
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Years available: 2010 - current year
2016-17 Survey - Undergraduates
2016-17 Survey - Graduate Students
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2016-2017 Graduates (with historical comparisons)
Certificate and Associate's Degree Recipients
Oxford Campus Bachelor's Degree Recipients
College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science Bachelor's Degree Recipients
Graduate Degree Recipients
New Alumni Success Project (Alumni Career and Educational Placement)
Assessment Briefs using Graduation Survey Results
Miami Graduates' Career and Educational Placement (Assessment Brief #75, April 3, 2013)
A Look Back at the 2010-2011 Graduates (Assessment Brief #64, Dec. 9, 2011)
Graduating Students' Reflections on the Miami Experience (Brief #56, Nov. 16, 2010)
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