The Office of Institutional Research and Analysis (OIRA) and the Career Services Center have released the survey results from the Undergraduate First Destination Survey.
This survey investigates the employment and enrollment in graduate and professional school activities of recent bachelor’s degree recipients with the goal of estimating post-graduation outcome rates.
The executive summary and interactive reports are available online.
Key highlights include:
- Of the bachelor degree recipients who graduated in the 2019-20 academic year, 86% are engaged in a full-time activity (i.e. employed, enrolled in graduate or professional school and those in the military or in a stipend-paid service position) as of six months after graduation.
- This year’s post-graduate outcomes for bachelor degree recipients are similar to outcomes of previous graduating cohorts, with 83% of the 2018-19 cohort and 85% of the 2017-18 cohort who were engaged in a full-time activity.
OIRA regularly posts reports and statistics for the campus community on its website.
With questions, contact Heba Ali, research analyst.