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A&A alumni asked to participate in national survey on arts degrees

The College of Arts and Architecture is participating in the 2022 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) — a one-of-a-kind survey that explores the lives of arts alumni nationwide. SNAAP gathers, analyzes, and reports on survey data from arts alumni to better understand their professional success, educational satisfaction, and personal fulfillment. SNAAP survey data delivers a national profile of how artists living in America prepare for their careers and allows for a deepened understanding of what constitutes success in the arts, and the extent of artists’ contributions to culture and society.

In mid-October, all graduates of the College of Arts and Architecture will receive an email invitation to participate in the online survey. If you need to update your address on file, please email Kelsey Knight, director of alumni relations and stewardship.

The time our alumni spend sharing their experiences will help the College of Arts and Architecture along with many other participating institutions across the country better prepare students for success, whether they stay in the arts or use what they’ve learned in other professional fields.

SNAAP is supported by grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation (EHTF).