The determinants of the degree of alumni satisfaction with their investment in college education were identified using survey data from recent graduates of the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University. Over 90 percent of the graduates from the classes of 1978 to 1988 reported being "Satisfied" or "Very Satisfied" with their investment in college education. Statistical analysis revealed that extracurricular activities, grades, college work experience, student loans, job type, and job satisfaction were associated with the level of alumni satisfaction with their college education. Implications for teaching and advising are discussed.
Kansas State alumni, satisfaction, case study