The University of Hawaiʻi is asking alumni from all 10 campuses to share their experiences after graduation in order to help the university better serve its graduates. Alumni were sent a confidential online survey as part of a research project sponsored by Strada Education Network, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening pathways between education and employment.
The survey is intended for those who earned bachelor degrees or below from UH.
“As a University of Hawaiʻi alumni, you are the most important resource we have to understand how your UH experience has served you after graduation,” said UH President David Lassner in the email to alumni. “The insights you share will help us learn about our UH graduates’ different education, work, and life pathways. Our commitment is to use the information you and others share to improve the educational experiences of both current and future UH students.”
If you graduated from any of the UH campuses with a bachelor’s degree or below and did not receive an email, contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to take the survey.