Cardiopulmonary Graduate SurveyDIRECTION FOR COMPLETING SURVEY
The Cardiopulmonary Science program at Florida A&M University is collecting surveys of our graduates to complete our Annual Report for Accreditation of our education program. The survey we are requesting you to complete is a National Survey generated DataArc in agreement with the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care Programs. The purpose of the survey is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Cardiopulmonary Science program. The system you will be using in helping us to complete this task is a database service provider that we use to collect the data and help generate the necessary reports. If you would please follow the directions below and complete the survey in a timely fashion we would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for your help in this matter.
We are asking you to complete an on-line survey to evaluate specific performance of individual graduates of our programs who are or were employed by your organization.
Directions (Please read): In the web section for Surveys you will need to click on Graduate Surveys. When the log on and password box appears, please enter the following information:
Log in: famucpsgrad (your log in)
Password: famucpsgrad (your password)
This will bring you to the employer survey pages. You will need to complete a survey for the graduate(s) listed that worked at least six months for you. You will note that several of the items are required fields and these must be completed before submitting your survey. You will need to enter your name and year of graduation. When you have completed the survey, click the submit button and you should receive a response page that indicates the survey has been submitted successfully. All information provided to us will be kept confidential and used for program evaluation only. The names of graduates and graduation year are posted on the next page.
If you have any questions or need any help please feel free to contact me at (850) 599-3589.
Click on the link below to go to the Survey.