Senior Surveys

OEA senior surveys ask students about their satisfaction with specific aspects of their educational experiences at the UW and the degree to which they felt prepared for future study or career.

Reports

Senior Survey 2006: Descriptive Statistics and Gender Differences. Sebastian T. Lemire and D.E. McGhee, OEA Report 06-05, 2006. (151K PDF*)

Senior Survey 2004: Descriptive Statistics and Gender Differences. D.E. McGhee, OEA Report 05-01, 2005. (46K PDF*)

Senior Survey 2002: Descriptive Statistics and Gender Differences. D.E. McGhee, OEA Report 02-10, 2002. (42K PDF*)

Senior Survey, 2001: Methodology and Response Frequencies. D.E. McGhee, OEA Report 01-05, 2001. (484K PDF*)

Senior Survey, 2000: Methodology and Response Frequencies. D.E. McGhee, OEA Report 00-05, 2000. (90K PDF*)

Senior Survey 1999: Methodology and Response Frequencies. D.E. McGhee, OEA Report 99-18, 1999. (34K PDF*)

The 1998 Senior Survey: Representativeness of the Respondent Sample. D.E. McGhee, OEA Report 99-07, 1999. (72K PDF*)

1998 College Student Survey (CSS): Methodology and Response Frequencies. OEA Assessment Group, OEA Report 98-06, 1998. (79K PDF*)

1998 Senior Survey: Methodology and Response Frequencies. OEA Assessment Group, OEA Report 98-05, 1998. (42K PDF*)

The 1997 Senior Survey. G.M. Gillmore and L. Basson, OEA Report 98-1, 1998.

Results of the 1996 Senior Survey. G.M. Gillmore and L. Basson, OEA Research Note N-96-3, 1996.

Results of the 1995 Senior Survey. G.M. Gillmore and F.E. Hamilton, OEA Research Note N-96-1, 1996.

The Spring, 1994, University of Washington Senior Survey. G.M. Gillmore and L. Basson, OEA Report 94-8, 1994.

The Winter, 1992, Survey of University of Washington Seniors. G.M. Gillmore, OEA Report 92-2, 1992.

 

 

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