2018 Strada-Gallup Alumni Survey: Mentoring College Students to Success

Explores how colleges and universities inspire students to achieve and looks closely at the source and nature of college mentoring relationships. This nationally representative study of U.S. college graduates examines whether graduates received career-related advice during college, as well as the helpfulness of the guidance they received. It investigates the role of academic rigor in graduates' attitudes about the value and relevance of their education and how professors play a key role in challenging students.

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U.S. Department of Education

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