Alumni Survey

A professionally dressed business woman holding a folder Degrees of Success: What happens to Brockport's graduates? Within a few months after commencement, The College at Brockport surveys our graduates to determine their success in the job market or in graduate study. You can find the Class of 2011 results below.

Unlike most colleges, The College at Brockport publishes all responses, not just a few carefully selected graduates. Most graduates are employed in full-time professional positions, but you also will see some non-professional job titles. These are usually graduates attending graduate school and also working. We publish all responses because we want you to have an accurate representation of all graduates, not a carefully selected few. Print reports from 1999 to 2010 may be reviewed at Career Services.

Class of 2011

Class of 2011 Executive Summary (PDF)

Download the Class of 2011 Report (PDF, 76 pages)

Bachelor's Degrees—92% placement rate:
The number of graduates in a major ranges from zero to over 150. Thus, results may not be representative. Majors with no graduates or no graduates with valid addresses are not listed. Career Services does have national statistics on various occupations that may give a fuller picture of outlook and results. 88% of our graduates who are employed work in New York. Other graduates report working in 21 other states. See a map of alumni across the nation (from multiple classes).

Master's Degrees—92% placement rate (degree programs with no survey respondents are not listed)

Class of 2010

See the Class of 2010 Fact Sheet (coming soon)

Class of 2010 Executive Summary (PDF)

Download the Class of 2010 Report (PDF, 73 pages)

Bachelor's Degrees—92% placement rate:
The number of graduates in a major ranges from zero to over 150. Thus, results may not be representative. Majors with no graduates or no graduates with valid addresses are not listed. Career Services does have national statistics on various occupations that may give a fuller picture of outlook and results. 88% of our graduates who are employed work in New York. Other graduates report working in 21 other states. See a map of alumni across the nation (from multiple classes).

Master's Degrees—92% placement rate (degree programs with no survey respondents are not listed)

Class of 2009

See the Class of 2009 Fact Sheet (PDF)

Class of 2009 Executive Summary (PDF)

Download the Class of 2009 Report (PDF, 69 pages)

Bachelor's Degrees—92% placement rate:
The number of graduates in a major ranges from zero to over 150. Thus, results may not be representative. Majors with no graduates or no graduates with valid addresses are not listed. Career Services does have national statistics on various occupations that may give a fuller picture of outlook and results. 93% of our graduates who are employed work in New York. Other graduates report working in 26 states. See a map of alumni across the nation (from multiple classes).

Master's Degrees—95% placement rate (degree programs with no survey respondents are not listed)

Class of 2008

Below you can access the previous year's survey data. NOTE: For the previous class below, this information was accurate at the time of the survey (within a few months of the individual's graduation). These individuals may have been promoted or changed jobs by this time. All information is presented in the same order as above.

See the Class of 2008 Fact Sheet (PDF)

Class of 2008 Executive Summary (PDF)

Download the Class of 2008 Report (PDF)

Print reports from 1999 to 2009 may be reviewed at Career Services.