This year Villanova is participating in a national study conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at the University of California, Los Angeles. Graduating seniors will receive an email with the subject: Villanova University Senior Survey Part I, with a link directly to the College Senior Survey. The web survey will be available for approximately three weeks. Please complete the survey at your earliest convenience once you have received notification to do so. It is best to complete the survey on a computer. All responses to the Senior Survey will remain confidential.
Graduating Seniors who have not completed the survey through the initial email will receive follow-up reminders with the following text as the subject: “A reminder to complete Part I, Senior Survey.”
The online survey will be available until midnight, May 8th. After that time, Part I will only be available as a paper survey. Those who did not complete the survey online will be asked to complete a paper copy of the survey at Cap & Gown distribution.
Part II - The Senior Survey: Career Center, Placement Statistics
Part II of the Senior Survey is administered online each year by the Career Center to learn more about the career outcomes and internship experiences of Villanova graduates. Specifically, the survey is designed to identify the numbers of students who are employed, continuing education or seeking their next destination within six months of graduation as well as information about internships completed while studying at Villanova. This survey also assists the Career Center in assessing the initial salary levels offered in various fields and in various cities. This information is helpful to the Career Center staff in counseling and advising students and alumni, and provides valuable insight for faculty, students and parents about the wide range of opportunities available to Villanova students.
Graduating Seniors are asked to complete Part II of the Senior Survey online prior to Cap and Gown distribution. Follow up surveys will be conducted up to six months after graduation, so the Career Center asks that you provide accurate contact information in the survey so they can best reach you after you receive your degree