Graduating Student Exit Survey (GSES)

The Graduating Student Exit Survey (GSES) is a homegrown instrument used primarily to capture post-graduation plans for Howard University graduates (Undergraduate Students and Graduate/Professional Students). Prior to 2019, the primary purpose of the GSES was to obtain information about students' satisfaction with a range of curricular and co-curricular experiences. After receiving feedback from various stakeholders at the university, the instrument was shortened and revised for the 2019 administration. Below are executive summaries for the GSES.

 

Graduating Student Exit Survey (GSES)

GSES Executive Summaries

AY 22-23

This document features highlights of the 22-23 GSES for undergraduates and graduate/professional students, including employment rates, satisfaction with their HU experience, and assessments of skills acquired.

GSES 22-23 Dashboard

This interactive report highlights key post-graduate data points as self-reported by graduating students in the AY 22-23 GSES.

AY 21-22

This document features highlights of the 21-22 GSES for undergraduates and graduate/professional students, including employment rates, satisfaction with their HU experience, and assessments of skills acquired.
Detailed summary of GSES 21-22 data.

GSES 21-22 Dashboard

This interactive report highlights key post-graduate data points as self-reported by graduating students in the AY 21-22 GSES.

 

AY 20-21

Before AY 20-21