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Gallup-Purdue Index Report 2015
50% of U.S. Alumni Strongly Agree Their Education Was Worth the Cost
Gallup-Purdue Index Report 2016
16% of college graduates who visited their career services office report the office was very helpful.
Gallup-Purdue Index Report 2014
39% of Employed College Graduates Are Engaged At Work
The New Standard for Measuring College and University Outcomes
Top Gallup-Purdue Index Findings of 2015
Gallup editors highlight some of the most important findings from the Gallup-Purdue Index in 2015.
Returning Vets Don't Feel Their College Understood Their Needs
U.S. college graduates who served in the military while enrolled in college are more likely to strongly agree that their college or university understood their unique needs than those who served prior to enrolling in college.
Gallup-Purdue Index 2015 Report on College Graduates
Half of U.S. College Grads Agree Their Education Was Worth the Cost
Former Student-Athletes Are Winners in Well-Being
A recent national Gallup-Purdue Index study of college graduates shows former student-athletes are more likely to be thriving than non-student-athletes in four out of five areas of well-being that Gallup measures.
Graduates Exposed to Diversity Believe Degree More Valuable
Recent U.S. college graduates who interacted with people from different backgrounds on a regular basis during their undergraduate experience are more likely to believe their college degree was worth the cost.
Recent Grads Less Likely to Agree College Was Worth Cost
Half of college alumni strongly agree their education from their university was worth the cost. Recent graduates are less likely to agree than those who graduated before 2006.