Long-Term Alumni Surveys
Long-term alumni surveys are conducted five or more years after graduation and are administered once per accreditation cycle (every seven to ten years). The survey collects alumni outcomes data such as employment status, graduate or professional school attendance, and involvement in volunteer work. It also gives alumni the opportunity to provide feedback on their learning and experiences at Evergreen.
2012 Five/Ten/Fifteen-Year Alumni Survey
- 90% of all alumni respondents were employed and/or pursuing post-baccalaureate studies.
- 54% had attended or were attending graduate/professional programs.
- 36% had earned an advanced academic degree (master's or doctorate).
- The top employment categories were Education/Training/Library, Management, and Community and Social Service.
- The top fields of graduate/professional study were Education, Health Professions in Medicine and Health Support Services, Mental Health Services and Psychology, and Public Administration/Public Policy.
2004 Five-Year Alumni Study of the Class of 1999
- Advanced Education, Employment, Volunteerism, and Reflections on an Evergreen Education: A Survey of the Class of 1999 Five Years After Graduation (2005) (PDF)
- 51% of alumni respondents had attended or were attending graduate/professional programs.
- 17% had earned an advanced academic degree (master's or doctorate).
- The top employment categories were Education/Library, Community and Social Service, Business Management, and Business Operations.
1996 Five-Year Alumni Study of the Class of 1991
- Five-Year Alumni Survey: Report on the Class of 1991 (1997) (PDF)