Measure institutional success and alumni engagement
with this 20-minute questionnaire
The Alumni Outcomes and Loyalty Survey™ captures a wide range of metrics that institutions value for assessment, engagement, and marketing purposes.
With this survey, you can:
- Measure the employment success and outcomes of recent graduates
- Gauge alumni loyalty and sharpen academic curricula by assessing graduates’ satisfaction with a wide range of specific skills and abilities
- Learn how graduates prefer to be informed and engaged with your college or university in an ongoing way
Once the survey is completed, you’ll receive a complete set of summary tables. In addition, you may order raw data, segmented tables, and other options for further analysis.
Wide range of uses and benchmarks
The Alumni Outcomes and Loyalty Survey addresses a range of issues critical to higher education. You can use the findings to help guide institutional planning, advancement, marketing, alumni relations, academic program reviews, re-accreditation, and more.
For example, several of the survey questions map to the revised accreditation requirements for the Higher Learning Commission, including Criterion 3, “Teaching and Learning: Quality, Resources, and Support,” and Criterion 4, “Teaching and Learning: Evaluation and Improvement.”
You can repeat the survey every two or three years to track institutional performance longitudinally.
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