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Analytical Studies on Graduate Satisfaction of Graduation Ceremony (Fall 2014)

 
 
The following are the results of the analytical study carried out by the Department of Alumni Affairs at the Deanship of Student Affairs about the Graduate Satisfaction participating in the Graduation Ceremony for the Fall of the Academic Years 2014-2015:
·         47.87% of Graduates firmly agree on the success of the Graduation Ceremony.
·         47.87% of Graduates agree on the success of the Graduation Ceremony.
·         9.57% of Graduates are neutral.
·         3.81% of Graduates disagree on the success of the graduation ceremony.
·         3.28% of Graduates firmly disagree on the success of the graduation ceremony.
From these results, we can deduce that around 83.34% of Graduates found the Graduation Ceremony successful (given the levels of satisfaction of graduates in the first and second group), while 7.09% of Graduates found it unsuccessful (given the levels of satisfaction of graduates in the fourth and fifth group). The annex contains ratings for each department to participate in the graduation ceremony, each separately. It is noted that the number of participants in the Graduation Ceremony is 336. We have been using a systematic random sample consisting of 112 graduates by (18.66%) of graduates for each college.