Reports and Briefs
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In 2016 administration of UCUES, undergraduate students were asked to comment on their career competencies and the usage of career center. These interactive dashboards display student reported career readiness and competencies. Data can be filtered by school division, class level, career center usage, and first generation status.
In 2016 administration of UCUES, undergraduate students were asked to comment on their usage and experience of academic and career advising. These interactive dashboards include advising usage overall, advising usage by program, characteristics of advising users as well as non-users, and ratings of the services. The visuals are organized by the entry status, class level, first generation status and the program.
In celebration of class of 2017, this data bite profiles the development of skills and career competencies among our graduates. The one-pager also highlights how much UCLA contributed to the skills of graduates. The data comes from University of California Undergraduate Experience (UCUES) and Graduating Senior Survey.
Sources of Graduate Student Community (May 2016)
This brief utilizes data collected through the 2014 Student Affairs Graduate and Professional Student Survey to provide insight to the sources of community and support utilized by UCLA graduate and professional students.
This brief utilizes data collected through the 2014 Student Affairs Graduate and Professional Student Survey to provide insight to the academic and non-academic post-graduation plans of UCLA graduate and professional students.
Explore graduate and professional student competencies in the following areas: leadership, collaboration and project management, self assessment and development, teaching and mentorship, communication skills, and career path preparation.
Using data from the 2015 CIRP Freshman Survey, this dashboard summarizes students' projections of their intended career field at the time of matriculation. Data are limitable by division/school. (CIRP)