Our office issues surveys to DMACC graduates to collect data about where graduates go and what they do after graduation. Faculty and staff often find this information helpful when meeting with prospective and current students who are exploring possible career options. Academic departments also often rely on this data to demonstrate positive graduate outcomes during program assessment and accreditation review processes
For PDF copies of the Career Center's most recently published Graduate Outcomes Reports, visit the
Graduate Survey & Reports website.
You can help the Career Center collect accurate graduate data by…
- Inviting the Career Center to your classes to issue the survey electronically or on paper
- Requiring or requesting your students to complete their graduate surveys online or on paper prior to graduation
Reporting employment or continuing education information that has been verified by your program's graduates to us at
- Helping the Career Center call and/or email graduates of your program (graduates are more likely to respond to someone from their program who they know and trust than to the Career Center itself)