Well-being Findings: Robert Morris University

Well-being Findings

More than 9 in 10 RMU alumni are satisfied with their personal lives. And Robert Morris graduates rate themselves better in various measures of well-being, on average, than typical college graduates nationally.

RMU-Gallup-Well-Being I’m satisfied with my personal life.
RMU graduates: 91%
U.S. college graduates: 86%

% of RMU alums thriving in:

Social well-being: 51%
“Someone in my life always encourages me to be healthy.”
“My friends and family give me positive energy every day.”

Purpose well-being: 50%
“I like what I do every day.”
“I learn or do something interesting every day.”

Community well-being: 47%
“The city or area where I live is a perfect place for me.”
“In the last 12 months, I have received recognition for helping to improve the city or area where I live.”

Financial well-being: 42%
“I have enough money to do everything I want to do.”
“In the last seven days, I have [not] worried about money.” 

Physical well-being: 35%
“In the last seven days, I have felt active and productive every day.”
“My physical health is near-perfect.”