Quality Measures Dashboard
|Undergraduate + Graduate||6,976||7,034||6,947||6,979||7104||7242||7,383|
At Michigan Tech
|First-to-Second Year Effective Retention Rates||80.9||83.3||83.2||82.0||85.0||87.1||85.0|
|Percent of Freshmen Graduating Within 150% Expected Time||65.3||65.3||66.1||64.5||63.2||64.7||70.0|
|Average Teaching Evaluation Score**||4.2||4.2||4.2||4.1||4.2|
|**Likert Scale 1-5, five being the highest possible score.|
|Average Starting Salaries (payscale.com)||$52,800||$53,000||$56,000||$59,200||$61,600||$62,800|
|Average Mid-Career Salaries (payscale.com)||$90,100||$88,800||$88,400||$94,700||$97,300||$99,900|
|Salary after attending (College Scorecard)||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||$60,100|
College Salary Report’s Sample and Definitions
Department of Education (College Scorecard)
Salary After Attending from College Scorecard is derived from 28 years of data that include IPEDS, NSLDS, Department of Treasury and IRS. The majority of the elements are available only for Title IV recipients or students who received federal grants and loans. Salary After Attending is defined as the median earnings of former students who received federal financial aid, at ten years after entering college. First year of data 2015-16.
The study only included schools with significant sample size. In the study conducted in 2008-2009 PayScale did not have enough verified survey data to include Michigan Tech. All the data incorporated into PayScale’s College Salary Report were collected from employees who completed PayScale’s employee survey.