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Fall 2013 graduating senior survey highlights and results from past administrations

Highlights from the Fall 2013 graduating seniors survey include:

  • 81% of graduates believed their Nicholls education was helpful or very helpful in developing their ability to write well
  • 81% of graduates believed their Nicholls education was helpful or very helpful in developing their ability to speak effectively
  • 84% of graduates believed their Nicholls education was helpful or very helpful in developing workplace skills
  • 81% of graduates believed their Nicholls education was helpful or very helpful in preparing them for further education
  • 86% of graduates believed their Nicholls education was helpful or very helpful in acquiring career-relevant information
  • 87% of graduates believed their Nicholls education was helpful or very helpful in developing their ability to interact with others
  • 92% of graduates were satisfied or very satisfied with the effectiveness of their major field in preparing them to apply classroom knowledge to workplace decisions
  • 96% of graduates were satisfied or very satisfied with the quality of their major field.  95% were satisfied or very satisfied with the quality of their department, and 96% were satisfied or very satisfied with the overall quality of their degree program.

Trend analysis - For a trend analysis of the items highlighted above from Fall 2007 – Spring 2013, click here.

Past administrations - To see results of the graduating senior from Fall 2007 through Fall 2012, click on the appropriate link below.

Fall 2007                                                           Spring 2008

Fall 2008                                                          Spring 2009

Fall 2009                                                          Spring 2010

Fall 2010                                                           Spring 2011

Fall 2011                                                            Spring 2012

Fall 2012                                                            Spring 2013

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