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First Destination Survey

The First Destination Survey allows UW-Green Bay to report on the post-graduation career outcomes of our recent alumni. Each year, Career Planning & Professional Connections conducts the survey to determine the employment or continuing education status of the previous year’s Bachelor’s degree candidates. Data is collected through email, phone calls and social media. Faculty and employers are also asked to contribute their knowledge of alumni whereabouts.

Complete the Survey

Graduates' responses to the First Destination Survey provide critical feedback for Career Planning & Professional Connections, academic departments, and the University. This information allows us to determine changes in the job market, the graduate degrees our alumni pursue, and where alumni go after graduation. The information you provide is confidential — results are not published in a personally identifiable manner.

Class of 2024

For August 2023, December 2023, January 2024 or May 2024 Graduates


Class of 2025

For August 2024, December 2024, January 2025 or May 2025 Graduates


Survey Results

First Destination Survey results are compiled in late spring each year. Results can be viewed by year and by major via Tableau through the Office of Institutional Strategy and Effectiveness.

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First Destination Survey Summary

View a summary of the annual data, such as survey knowledge rate, success rate, overall post-graduation status results, salary, and a sampling of reported employers and graduate and professional schools: 

Graduate Schools and Programs

Here are lists of the graduate schools and programs attended by UW-Green Bay Graduates from 2018-2022:

Seek Career Advising

Although employment survey data is often used to make career decisions, the employability of today's college graduate is also influenced by economic conditions and the personal traits and characteristics of the job seeker. Decisions about career choices should be made by the assessment of each candidate's interests, skills, and values. Caution should also be used in any interpretation or application of the included statistics. If you are using this report to make career decisions, please consult with the staff in Career Planning & Professional Connections.

Have Questions?

If you have questions about the First Destination Survey, please contact Career Planning & Professional Connections at 920-465-2163 or

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