Outcomes are just one of the many ways to measure student success after graduation. The numbers on their own do not tell the complete story of the impact our graduates make in the world, but they may be helpful as a starting point as our students begin to explore the wide array of opportunities and industries available to them. We look forward to sharing yearly outcomes, including information on career preparation and engagement, to illustrate a broader story of what career success looks like at SUNY Geneseo.

National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Data

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) First Destination Survey provides outcomes data submitted by recent college graduates for all degree levels. SUNY Geneseo is among the 200 college and universities who participate in this national survey. 

National Alumni Career Mobility (NACM) Annual Report

An annual national benchmark report from the Career Leadership Collective for U.S. colleges & universities on high impact career mobility practices from the insights of 5- and 10-year alumni. SUNY Geneseo was a NACM survey participant in 2021.

Outcomes Defined
One of many student success metrics, the outcomes metric captures the percentage of graduates employed full or part time, attending graduate school, volunteering full time and/or in the military. Ideally, we are seeking a >60% knowledge rate and review the outcomes over a period of time, starting at 6 months and beyond. 

Graduating Class of 2021

Geneseo and the Career Design Center have partnered with the Career Leadership Collective to research and share an array of results and insights from our 2021 graduates.