Posted Tuesday, May 1st, 2018
The latest survey results of graduates from County College of Morris stand testimony to the college’s commitment to providing a high-quality education, with a vast majority of respondents rating their experience as good to excellent.
Since 1971, CCM has conducted annual surveys of its graduates one year after graduation. Its latest survey of graduates from the Class of 2016 found 97 percent rated their overall CCM experience as good to excellent (76 percent excellent, 21 percent good). Of the 1,275 individuals from the Class of 2016, 839, (66 percent) responded to the survey.
The survey results continue to strongly indicate a high level of satisfaction among CCM graduates in areas including the college’s quality of education, transfer opportunities and career readiness.
A total of 96 percent of graduates from the Class of 2016 rated their preparation at CCM for further education good to excellent (73 percent excellent, 23 percent good.)
A total of 78 percent of respondents had transferred to either a public or a private institution to earn their bachelor’s degrees. The list of schools graduates enrolled at includes Cornell University, New York University, Ohio State University, Pennsylvania State University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rutgers and the University of North Carolina, among others.
Graduates were also highly satisfied with CCM’s contribution to their preparation for the workforce, with 96 percent of respondents rating their work preparation as excellent or good (74 percent excellent, 22 percent good).
Some of the careers CCM graduates went on to obtain include consumer and community banker at JP Morgan Chase, computer programmer at Mount Sinai Health System, director at Huntington Learning Center, and graphic designer at Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide.
For additional information about the survey, go to https://tinyurl.com/ydfoflfs. For information on career services at CCM, visit https://www.ccm.edu/student-life/career-services/students/.
Photo: The Class of 2016