Alumni Survey was administered in 2014 and will be administered again in the
fall of 2015. The results are available by request from Institutional Research.
alumni survey was conducted as part of the NWCCU accreditation self-study.
Alumni feedback is a key means through which Seattle University can evaluate
its success in educating the whole person, in the professional formation of its
graduates, and in the extent to which alumni act as leaders for a just and
humane world. It is therefore a critical component of the self-study, and also
an ongoing assessment activity NWCCU encourages the university to undertake at
In conducting this survey, a primary goal was to collect feedback from alumni
that will be helpful for evaluating our performance against our own standards
of success, as well as against specific standards required in the self-study
guidelines. A secondary goal was to create a positive contact with our alumni,
reminding them of our commitment to our mission and to academic excellence, and
drawing their attention to some of the ways in which alumni are encouraged to
remain connected with the university community.
This report was prepared by University Planning. If you have questions about
how to analyze results or suggestions on how to make use of these results,
please contact Irina Voloshin, Assistant Director of Institutional Research, at
academic year 2010-2011, the Office of Alumni Relations worked with an outside
consultant to conduct and analyze of survey of alumni engagement.