High Impact Undergraduate Experiences and How They Matter Now

written by admin on July 31, 2019 in Engaged Learning and In The News and Writing with no comments

The Center for Engaged Learning and the Elon Poll recently collaborated on a national survey of nearly 1,600 U.S. college graduates, age 18-34, to:

  • Explore how commonly graduates experienced high impact undergraduate experiences, including meaningful relationships with faculty, undergraduate research, internships, and more;
  • Investigate what skills and competencies are the most important in their day-to-day lives now, and whether they developed those skills in college; and
  • Establish the most common types of writing college graduates do for their jobs, and whether college prepared them to do this writing.

News Release

Full Report with Methodology and Cross-Tabs

Please direct questions to Jessie L. Moore, Director of the Center for Engaged Learning.