2019 College Track Social Mobility Report 2019 College Track Social Mobility Report (web) - Page 24

Graduation N O N - R E SP O N D E N T ( N = 1 3 0 ) Men 25% Black 28% Asian 20% <2010 2011-2014 16% 46% 4 years 60% Women 73% P.I. 3% Latino 46% 2016 17% Other 4% 2017 22% 5 yrs 26% Black 38% P.I. 3% Asian 8% Latino 50% <2010 32% 6 yrs 7+ yrs 7% 8% Men 27% 2011-2014 42% 4 years 58% 2016 17% 5 yrs 20% SF Bay Area 72% Best Fit 70% <3.0 21% LA 7% Other 21% 6 yrs 8% No Information 2017 grads only Other 30% >3.0 71% Best Fit 42% 2017 grads only Missing 7% <3.0 42% Other 58% >3.0 58% Other 2% 2017 9% Employed survery takers only At the time of the survey we had 390 graduates and 290 responded (66% response rate), an impressive increase over last year’s 53%, thanks to several efforts. We continued to improve our survey administration rate, but we also used Linkedin for 2017 graduates who did not respond to their first survey (we found 9) and for 2016 or earlier graduates who responded last year but not this year (we confirmed the employment status of all 38). As can be seen in the table below, respondents generally resemble the overall population with a few exceptions: younger graduates seem more likely to respond, as are students who attended a Best Fit College and earned better grades in high school. Women 75% Appendix A: METHODOLGY R E S P O N DE N T (N = 260) Page 24 7+ yrs 12%