- UT Austin alumni are significantly more likely than their national peers to agree their education was worth the cost.
- Percieved value is strongly linked to having had supportive and motivating relationships with their professors.
Sixty-two percent of UT Austin alumni strongly agree that their education was worth the cost, significantly outpacing national comparison graduates at 52%.
Drivers of Perceptions of Value
UT Austin alumni who strongly agree that they were challenged academically are more likely than those who did not strongly agree that they were challenged academically to have strong agreement that their education was worth the cost.
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