With so much going on in economics of the world today and the cost of higher education being quite expensive there is a growing question of accountability. We want to examine and show what is happening in higher ed as it relates to employment and be very open and transparent about what we are doing to help our graduates and explaining what they are doing. Below is data that examines the notion "Is a college degree worth it"?
In the most recent MHEC (Maryland High Education Commission) SU student performed in this manner:
WHAT CAREER SERVICES IS DOING TO ASSIST STUDENTS:
WHAT THE STUDENTS AND EMPLOYERS ARE DOING?
First Destination Survey Data:
Career Services conducts a "First Destination" Graduation Survey every May and a 6-10 month follow-up survey of those May graduates. The May surveys are the initial graduation surveys administered 2 weeks prior to graduation. The 6-10 month out survey (those students who were surveyed in May are surveyed again 6-10 months after graduation) is a survey we do of those same May graduates but 6-10 months after they graduate.
Click here to view the First Destination surveys.
Where SU Students are Working on Going on to Graduate School
2015-Examples of Where SU Students Are Working:
2015-Examples of Where SU Students Are Going to Graduate School:
University of South Carolina
Johns Hopkins University
University of Connecticut
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy
Virginia Commonwealth University
United States Air Force
University of Pittsburgh
New York University
Colorado State University
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
North Carolina State University
Seton Hall University
New York Chiropractic College
University of South Florida
University of MD College Park
University of Louisville
University of Maryland School of Law
University of Virginia School of Law
James Madison University
SU University Analysis, Reporting, & Assessment
NACE INOFRMATION ON GRADATION DATA:
Click here to view NACE's "First Destination Survey" graduation data