Marquette students continue to report high rates of satisfaction with their education, with 93 percent of graduating seniors indicating they were satisfied with their undergraduate education, according to the 2018 Graduating Senior Survey.
The 2018 Graduating Senior Survey, administered in April 2018, investigated graduating seniors’ satisfaction with their academic experience and overall Marquette education, engagement in co-curricular learning experiences, perceived impact of their education on institutional learning outcomes, and plans for the immediate future. The survey had a 50 percent response rate. The executive summary is available online. An interactive report includes six years of survey results and allows users to break the results down by college, gender, and race/ethnicity is also available.
As part of the survey, students respond to the question: “Who is one faculty or staff member who had the greatest positive influence on your Marquette experience?” Responses from the 2015 through 2018 surveys are available online. The comments are organized by the last name of the faculty or staff member mentioned. Read about the amazing work being done to give Marquette undergraduate students a transformative learning experience.
This survey is a collaboration between the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis, the Division of Student Affairs, and the Assessment Director.
OIRA regularly posts reports and statistics for the campus community on its website. For questions about any of these reports or to obtain additional data from institutional surveys, contact Laura MacBride, assistant director of institutional research and analysis, at (414) 288-6931.
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