An assessment of alumni level of satisfaction at the University of Georgia Tifton Campus
Roberts, Jeremy Luke
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UGA Tifton, a satellite campus of the University of Georgia, began offering 4-yeardegree programs in fall 2003. As of May 2008, 66 students graduated with a degree in eitherAgriscience and Environmental Systems or Agricultural Education, with no assessment ofalumni level of satisfaction being conducted. This descriptive, quantitative study surveyedalumni utilizing an email questionnaire. Objectives included demographics, educationalbackground, job experience, interest in pursuing a further degree, level of satisfaction of campuseducation, and suggestions for additional majors, and 64 alumni returned the questionnaire. Major findings included the following: 42 alumni (68%) were interested in pursuing afurther degree, with the majority of respondents (51%) choosing the Master of AgriculturalLeadership. For alumni satisfaction level of education at UGA Tifton, 44 respondents (69%)were very satisfied, followed by 17 (26.5%) with a rating of satisfied. Concerning suggestionsfor additional majors, animal science was chosen by the most respondents (n=13; 26%).