Office of Institutional Research and Planning
2005 Senior Survey Results
The KU Senior Survey assesses the level of student satisfaction on a broad range of university experiences. The survey is administered to seniors during their spring term and has been conducted seven times since 1977. Results from the 2005 survey indicated that student satisfaction is at an all time high in many areas.
- 91% of seniors are highly satisfied with their overall education at KU as compared to the historic average of 78%.
- 92% of seniors would attend KU over again as compared to the historic average of 88%.
- Satisfaction with many academic experiences is at the highest level since the inception of the survey.
More highlights from the 2005 survey can be found in the following 2-page executive summary: 2005 Survey Highlights
August 15, 2006
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