Now available: 2021 Graduating Senior Survey results   

The 2021 Graduating Senior Survey investigated graduating seniors’ satisfaction with their academic experience and overall education, engagement in co-curricular learning experiences, perceived impact of their education on institutional learning outcomes and plans for the immediate future.

The results of the survey in an executive summary is available online.

Also available is an interactive report that includes eight years of survey results and allows users to break the results down by college, gender and race or ethnicity.

Individuals must be on campus Wi-Fi or connected to the VPN to access both of the reports.

The 2020 administration of the survey was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

As part of the survey, students responded to the question: “Who is one faculty or staff member who had the greatest positive influence on your Marquette experience?”  

Read about the amazing work being done to give undergraduate students a transformative learning experience in the responses from the 2016-21 surveys. The comments are organized by the last name of the faculty or staff member mentioned.  

The survey is a collaboration between the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis, the Division of Student Affairs and the Director of Assessment. OIRA will be meeting with groups across campus to discuss the results. 

Those with questions, including how to obtain additional data from the institutional surveys, should contact Heba Ali, research analyst.