Cathy Hughes School of Communications Graduating Senior Exit Survey 2017
Please complete the following graduating senior exit survey by April 3, 2017. Your responses will be added to our database and your name will be forwarded to advising as verification of your completion of the survey. Your responses are confidential. Thank you for completing the survey.
Last Name, First Name:
Your answer
Student ID:
Your answer
Your coursework will be completed in:
How long did it take you to complete your Bachelor’s degree?
Your answer
Year you transferred to CHSOC:
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Major Department (indicate department on graduation scheme)
Concentration/Sequence:
Overall Quality of Education
Poor
Outstanding
Quality of Academic Services (teaching, research, equipment)
Poor
Outstanding
Quality of Advising Services (academic, career, internships)
Poor
Outstanding
Quality of Campus Services (dormitory, safety, registration)
Poor
Outstanding
Quality of Technology and Facilities
Poor
Outstanding
After Graduation You Plan To:
Did your program of study prepare you for life/work after graduation?
How was your education financed? (Check all that apply.)
Gender
Race/ Ethnicity
Your answer
The following questions are related to your knowledge of the First Amendment of the US Constitution and to ethical standards regarding personal conduct.
The First Amendment addresses the right to vote.
Freedom of speech is a provision of the First Amendment.
The right of members of the press to print what they choose about others is a provision of the First Amendment.
In your experience in college, how many students engaged in academic dishonesty? Examples include:
None
Some
Many
Most
Plagiarizing
Cheating on exams and quizzes
Buying papers online
Making up information and quotes
In your experience in college, how many students engaged in academic dishonesty? Examples include:
Not at all
Somewhat
Very
How concerned are you when you hear that a fellow student has cheated or fabricated information in a paper?
If you saw a fellow student cheating on a test or exam, would you report the student to the instructor?
Would you try to stop the student from copying from your test or exam?
Have you ever reported a fellow student for cheating?
In 100 words, please answer the following question: What do you feel is the greatest diversity and inclusion challenge facing your major area of study in Communications? How might you address this challenge in your career?
Your answer
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