List of Surveys

First Destination Survey

A survey sent to recent baccalaureate degree earners to learn about their current employment and graduate school status. The survey is administered to individuals 6 months after completing college. Since 2014 the survey has followed the standard provided by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). View an interactive visualization of the results.

Graduating Senior Survey
Students are asked to complete a graduation or exit survey when they pick up their graduation tickets for spring commencement. Questions on the survey cover satisfaction with the undergraduate experience, including instruction, advising, faculty, and university services; self-assessment of skills and abilities enhanced by educational experience; how students spend their time in college; and post-graduation plans. View the latest results.

Graduate Student Graduation Survey
Graduate students are asked to complete a graduation survey at the time of graduation. Questions on the survey cover satisfaction with their graduate school experience including instruction, advising, faculty, and university services; assessment of what was learned; career advising; and post-graduation plans. View the latest results.

Inclusive Excellence Assessment
A survey of students designed to gather information about the campus climate concering issues of equity and inclusion in the learning and living environments. View the survey questions.

Internships
This visualization displays internship information for undergraduate students. Data is from the 2015, 2016, and 2017 Graduating Senior Surveys. View an interactive visualization of the results.

Life After GW: Graduate Student Career Outcomes
Recent graduate-level alumni are contacted to provide information about their employment outcomes, within six months of graduation. View an interactive visualization of the results.

Unwelcomed Sexual Behavior Questionnaire
Asesses the prevalence and perceptions of prohibited sexual behaviors among members of the GW community, and explores how people respond to such incidents. View the survey questions.