MIT Institutional Research

Graduate Enrolled Student Surveys

MIT periodically invites enrolled graduate students to participate in surveys that contained questions about satisfaction with various academic and non-academic experiences.

MIT periodically invites enrolled graduate students to participate in surveys that contain questions about: satisfaction with various academic and non-academic experiences, how students' skills have been enhanced while at MIT, workload, obstacles to academic progress, usage of and satisfaction with various resources, and perceptions of climate.


SurveyInstrument  ResponseResults
2019 Enrolled Graduate Student SurveyWeb Preview32% Overall (30% Masters, 33% Doctoral)Results
2015 Enrolled Graduate Student SurveyPDF43% Overall (38% Masters, 47% Doctoral)Overall Results
2011 Enrolled Graduate Student SurveyPDF56%Highlights | Overall Results
2009 Graduate Women Support SurveyPDF52%Highlights | Overall Report | Open Comments
2003-2007 Graduate Student Surveys Findings
2005-2006 Graduate Student Exit SurveyPDF Trend Report by Highest Degree: 2005-06 and 2006-07
2004 Graduate Student Survey 50%Overall Results
2001 Graduate Student Survey 44%Overall Results