While serving our students is our number one priority, we know data is important to all of our stakeholders. We hope the following reporting and data resources are helpful to our students, families, faculty/staff, and employers.
Our annual reports provide an overview of the services, events, and programs provided to undergraduate, graduate students, and first-year alumni. Our data reporting cycle runs from August 15 – August 14 to follow the academic year.
student contancts for 2014-2015
of the class of 2015 participated in counseling or workshops during their time at Clemson
We collect information on students’ “first destination” after Clemson, salary information, and experiential education, study abroad, and research opportunities students engaged in while at Clemson. We created an interactive webpage that allows you to filter the data. Click on the link to view the results. A brief tutorial will pop up on how to use the dynamic webpage.
We distribute a survey to all of Clemson University’s graduates (bachelors, masters, and doctorate) within two weeks of the three commencement ceremonies (August, December, and May). Students receive automated reminders over a 3 month period.
of students completing the 2014-2015 first destination survey reported having accepted a full-time offer or were working full-time at the time of graduation.
of students finishing their bachelors degrees reported having an internship or cooperative education assignment as a Clemson student.
Even though our department collects salary data from our university’s graduates, we know it is also helpful to look at national salary resources as well.
Students: The National Association of Colleges and Employers offers the most accurate compensation data available.
Employers: The National Association of Colleges and Employers offers the most accurate compensation market data available for human resource professionals.