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The Proof Is In The Numbers: TFAS Changes Lives


This summer alumni were invited to participate in a survey about their TFAS experience. Many alumni answered the call – overwhelmingly indicating the positive impact TFAS has on its students. Here are some of the exciting results.

Top five reasons alumni are impressed with TFAS today:
1. Alumni are achieving success in their careers
2. Distinguished professors serve on the faculty
3. Well-known speakers address students
4. TFAS students are academically excellent
5. Student applications are increasing

How did TFAS impact your life?
– Helped get first job: 16%
– Provided professional contacts: 45%
– Learned professional skills: 56%
– Improved academically: 56%
– Made lifelong friends: 60%

Did the Institute give you confidence in your abilities and prospects for the future?
– 81% said Yes
– 15% said Somewhat
– 3% said No
– 1% said Unsure

Stay tuned for more survey results in upcoming editions of @TFAS!


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