Presentation on theme: "Graduating Senior Survey Summary of Results 2009-10."— Presentation transcript:
Graduating Senior Survey Summary of Results 2009-10
There were 4,497 Bachelors degrees awarded in the 2009-10 year. Graduating Senior Survey was administered on paper and on-line. 1,577 graduates completed the Graduating Senior Survey during the 2009-10 year. 1,488 graduates completed the survey online. 89 graduates completed the paper version of the survey. The response rate was 35%. Response rates vary greatly by college. On-line survey allowed students to indicate dual majors. 163 students reported graduating with dual majors.
Contribution of FAU experience to development of abilities and attributes Graduates gave the highest ratings to FAUs contribution to their ability to: Critically evaluate information for decision making Set priorities and manage time Follow through on projects to completion Write clearly and logically Appreciate cultures and groups other than their own Locate, screen and organize information
Sources of Beneficial Academic Advising Respondents were asked to choose up to 3 sources from which they received their most beneficial academic advising. Results by college are presented on the next 11 slides.
Graduating Senior Survey College of Engineering and Computer Science, 2005-06 to 2009-10
Graduating Senior Survey is administered on paper and on-line. On-line administration began in 2008. Survey is distributed to students who apply for graduation in a specific term. In some instances response rates for the College of Engineering and Computer Science have been greater than 100%. College of Engineering and Computer Science, Graduating Senior Survey Results, 2005-06 to 2009-10