Grace College graduates were among those surveyed in an Indiana Graduate Satisfaction Survey, according to a report posted yesterday by Diverse: Issues In Higher Education. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
Report Examines Value of a Postsecondary Degree From Students’ Perspective
To understand how college graduates perceive the overall value of a postsecondary degree, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education recently released the “2020 Gallup-Indiana Graduate Satisfaction Survey.”
As part of the report, almost 15,000 college graduates from 10 Indiana institutions participated.
Those schools include Ball State University, Ivy Tech Community College, Calumet College of St. Joseph, Grace College, Indiana University Southeast, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Marian University, Purdue University Northwest, Vincennes University and WGU Indiana.
“I hope that [these Indiana colleges] will be encouraged that higher education is valued by Hoosiers,” said Teresa Lubbers, commissioner for the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. “I hope they will also have their eyes open for ways that they can increase the value of higher education by their results.”
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Click here to see the scorecard for Grace College and Seminary. The survey included 1,132 alumni who received their bachelor’s degree between 1960 and 2019.