Alumni Surveys

The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment administers alumni surveys to:

Photo of Sean Riley, MIT alumni, with Laura Coghlan and Jenni Minner.

  • Assess student learning
  • Find out more about alumni employment and advanced education
  • Gauge the level of alumni satisfaction with their Evergreen experience
  • Gather suggestions for improvements to the college


Evergreen One-Year Alumni Survey


Conducted one year after graduation and administered every other year

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Evergreen Three-Year Alumni Survey

Conducted three years post-graduation and administered every four years

Long-Term Alumni Surveys

Conducted five or more years after graduation and administered once per accreditation cycle (every seven to ten years)

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Gateways for Incarcerated Youth Academic Program Alumni Survey

During its first 13 years, the Gateways for Incarcerated Youth academic program enrolled over 540 incarcerated and non-incarcerated Evergreen students for college credit. An alumni survey was conducted in early 2011 to assess outcomes of program participants. Results are available for review as a final report (Gateways for Incarcerated Youth Alumni Survey 2011 (PDF)) and as a PowerPoint presentation that was used in a dialogue with key program stakeholders at Evergreen (Gateways Alumni Survey: Stakeholder Presentation May 2011 (PDF)).