The collection of graduate outcomes data is an important initiative spearheaded by the Center for Career Development. We collect outcomes data based on nationally accepted standards dictated by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and in conjunction with the Career Leadership Collective.
The demand for evidence of student success and employment outcomes has never been greater in higher education and our team aims to inform both internal and external stakeholders – contributing to the overall success of our students and graduates. We coordinate three distinct collection efforts, outlined below.
Undergraduate First Destinations
The goal of this survey is to assess the employment, and career-related outcomes for students obtaining undergraduate degrees. Below are links to info-graphics that outline additional key information that has been collected and disseminated by the Center for Career Development in past years.
- 2019-2020 Undergraduate First Destinations Info Graphic
- 2018-2019 Undergraduate First Destinations Info Graphic
- 2017-2018 Undergraduate First Destinations Info Graphic
- 2016-2017 Undergraduate First Destinations Info Graphic
- 2015-2016 Undergraduate First Destinations Info Graphic
*Click HERE to sort data by survey year and major.
*Are you an upcoming (May 2021) or recent (August 2020/December 2020) graduate looking to take the survey? Click here.
Advanced Degree First Destinations
The goal of this survey is to assess the employment, and career-related outcomes for students obtaining advanced degrees. We are currently collecting data for the 2020-2021 cohort and will update this website with results as soon as they are available.
National Alumni Career Mobility Survey (NACM)
The Center for Career Development partners with the Career Leadership Collective seeking career mobility information on graduates at the 5-year-out and 10-year-out point. We are currently facilitating this survey for this first time and will update this page with results once they are available. To learn more about the survey, click here.