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Institutional Analysis - Undergraduate Senior Exit Survey

Administered by the Division of Student Affairs and Office of Institutional Analysis, the Senior Exit Survey inquires about graduating seniors' perception of the value of their education at UB and their plans after graduation, including relocation, academic endeavors, and employment.

 

Survey Example 

Online Form

Here, you will find the results of the most recent survey (Spring 2013). Questions are grouped according to similarity in the first drop-down box and results can be customized with the filters in the right-hand column.  The next administration of the Senior Exit Survey will be Spring 2014.  Should you have further inquiries, please contact our office: InstitutionalAnalysis@Buffalo.edu

 


Senior Exit Survey Dashboard 2011-2013

Recent Graduate Survey Form (pdf) - Survey jointly designed by the Offices of Career Services, Alumni Relations and Institutional Analysis.  The purpose of it will be to assess the impact of a UB education on the future of UB graduates and how they feel we have measured up in terms of their success at UB and as they enter their next phase of their career.   We ask recent UB graduates about their experiences -- both before and after graduation at UB and how they rate us.  We also ask them what their next steps are for their future (additional education objectives/jobs).  This feedback will provide information critical to the success of future generations of UB alumni.

College of Arts and Sciences Department of History Graduating Senior Survey Form (pdf) - The College of Arts and Sciences Department of History pilot graduating senior survey is intended to go to all undergraduates who are about to graduate.  The purpose is to gather some personal info about their experiences here at UB that can be used by the department in their own degree ceremonies to make the event more personalized.  They also are required to provide summary info to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and this survey provides most of the info used in compiling those summary reports for the dean.  This is a pilot project with the History department.