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Survey for Alumni/Alumnae of 4-year Colleges and Universities

Note: If you graduated within the last year, please take the Undergraduate Survey.
        Some Quick Demographics
Select Your Country/State
Select Your University
Select Your Department or Major
if major is not listed, please select department/school
Rate Yourself
Just be honest about what you think of yourself -- don't try to be modest.
Your motivation level
Year Of Graduation
Please select your Gender.

· Alumni Questions
This is a survey of your (undergraduate/graduate) years Undergraduate
Click here if this is a Professional school (Law, Medical, etc.)Professional
If undergrad survey, did you go on to/are you in higher education (graduate school, professional school, etc)
Are you satisfied with your current job?
How much % would you say that your under/graduate program contributed to your success?
How well prepared were you for "the workworld" and your current field (or graduate school)?
How would you rate the reputation of this school and how much it (the reputation) has helped you?
Retrospectively, was what you gained from college more informational or character building?
If 'character building', could it be gotten at any other college?
Generally speaking, are things going well for you?
What was (is) your first real job out of college?
What was your starting (yearly) salary after graduation from this school in this field?
How related was it to your major?
A brief list of the positions/titles & with whom that you have held since college
e.g. "Research Engineer, Teacher, Project Manager"
What is your current (yearly) salary?
Is what you currently do still in, or related to your (under)graduate field of choice?
Where are you now?
Your Email address:   (optional)
Is it alright if students contact you for advice, whether it be careerwise, or collegewise?
( Your email address will not be listed publicly -- they will contact you _through_ us ).
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· Comments
Now that you are out in the field, how has your college helped/hurt you?
What do you think you should have known/done?
What do you recommend H.S or college students do?
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Type of comment:NegativePositiveNeutralAdvice

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