Career Services Center - St. Cloud State University

Career Services Center - St. Cloud State University

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SCSU Career Services

Graduate Statistics

Each year the Career Services Center conducts a survey of all St. Cloud State University (SCSU) graduates using the guidelines set by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU). The surveys for graduates are collected in print format, email, online or by telephone. The summary reports provide consumer information to current and prospective students for use in selecting fields of study. Data is based on the total number of graduate awards rather than the number of individuals graduated. An individual awarded a double major or program will be counted in each major or program.

Survey Highlights
This section of the web site includes several MnSCU summary reports on the status of SCSU graduates. The survey results are summarized to provide current and prospective students with information useful for selecting major programs and determining job markets. A summary report is also shared with SCSU faculty and posted on our website and are not personally identifiable.

Optional Data
Optional comments shared by graduates are forwarded to the appropriate SCSU Colleges and Schools. Optional salary data submitted along with the survey data is used by the Career Services Center in conjunction with data collected by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

Questions about these reports can be directed to Karen Hommerding. To request specific statistics or data, please fill out this form and email it to Karen or drop it off in Centennial Hall 215. Please allow a minimum of 48 business hours for requests to be complete.

**PS = Public School

The statistics are available below in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. To download the free Adobe Reader, visit Adobe.com.

View Graduate Employment Outcomes for statewide employment data.

Graduate Survey Reports

SCSU Graduates Employment Survey Reports

2013-2014 Class

2012-2013 Class

Of the total graduates available for employment, 95.4% received positions.

Of the total graduate majors available for related employment:

  • 80% obtained related full-time employment
  • 8.9% obtained related part-time employment
  • 6.2% accepted unrelated employment while still seeking related employment
  • 4.6% were available for work and unemployed

2011-2012 Class

2010-2011 Class

2009-2010 Class