The Wall Street Journal is surveying current college students and recent graduates about their university experience.
Current undergraduate students and alumni of the undergraduate programs who graduated in the past five years are encouraged to complete the survey. This is the first year Alcorn has been invited to participate.
The survey takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and should be completed in one session. Topics will range from classroom and social experience to community and athletic event satisfaction. All answers will be considered anonymous and only requires a valid university email address or LinkedIn profile for verification.
The survey is here:
According to the publication, the aim of the ranking is to provide guidance to prospective students and families, while recognizing the schools that are doing an outstanding job in higher education. The Journal is working with the independent research agencies College Pulse and Statista to put students’ experiences at the heart of the ranking, with one of the largest surveys of U.S. students ever conducted.
The publication’s goal is to gather as many evaluations from as many universities as possible to ensure that a wide variety of schools are eligible to be recognized in the ranking and the score accurately reflects the performance of each school.
The survey will run through mid-May 2023.