CSUN AAS alumni survey

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Dear AAS Alumni,

The AAS Department at CSUN is conducting a self-study and we need your input so that we can better serve future AAS students, alumni, and the larger Asian American Pacific Islander community.

Please answer the following questions honestly and to the best of your knowledge. You may also skip questions you don't feel comfortable answering. This is an anonymous survey. Thank you for your time!
1. When did you complete your undergraduate degree at CSUN?
2. How many years total did it take you to graduate? (Please include in half year if relevant)
3. You were an AAS _______
4. What class or classes did you find the most memorable and why?
5. What did you do after graduation? (e.g., find employment; pursue graduate school; pursue professional school)
6. What are you currently doing? Check all that apply.
7. If you are currently employed, what is your occupation?
8. What are your career aspirations?
9. If you are applying or attending graduate or professional school, please write in the degree program and field of study.
10. What did you enjoy most or find most valuable about being an AAS major, double major or minor?
11. What are the strengths of the AAS department?
12. What are some ways in which the AAS department can improve?
13. Please rate how well AAS courses/faculty have helped you in the following areas.
Poor.Below average.Average.Good.Very good.I don't know.
Preparing me for a job.
Preparing me for graduate school.
Preparing me for internships.
Preparing me for research opportunities.
Building self-confidence in me.
Building a sense of community and belonging for me.
14. Please rate how well AAS courses/faculty have helped you in the following areas.
Poor.Below average.Average.Good.Very good.I don't know.
To acquire knowledge in the history, culture and experiences of Asian Pacific American communities in the United States.
To develop critical thinking skills to analyze race, class, gender, and sexual inequality.
To develop effective writing skills.
To develop effective speaking and presentation skills.
To acquire research skills that assist me in understanding the Asian Pacific American communities.
To apply the knowledge learned to serving the AAS community.
15. Please rate your skill level for each of the following knowledge/skill.
Poor.Below average.Average.Good.Very good.
Knowledge in the history, culture and experiences of Asian Pacific American communities in the United States.
Critical thinking skills to analyze race, class, gender, and sexual inequality.
Effective writing skills.
Effective speaking and presentation skills.
Research skills that assist me in understanding the Asian Pacific American communities.
Application of the knowledge from AAS classes to serving the AAS community.
16. Would you recommend other students to be an AAS major, double major, or minor? Why or why not?
17. Would you like to be involved in the AAS department at CSUN? In what capacity?

18. What is your race/ethnicity? Check all that apply.
19. Please tell us where you are currently residing.
20. How close do you live to CSUN?
21. Please indicate the highest level of education that the most formally educated parent has received.
22. Did you receive financial aid at any time during your studies at CSUN?
23. If you had a paying job during your time at CSUN, how many hours a week did you work?
24. Do you have any other comments or input that you want to say about AAS at CSUN?
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