Class of 2019 Undergraduates
89% of the Class of 2019 survey respondents reported they are employed full time or attending graduate/professional school within six months of graduation.
n=1,648 (surveyed and knowledge rate of 68%, national average of 65%)
The Cohen Career Center's data collection for student career outcomes, reflected in this report, adheres to the standards and guiding principles established by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Franek, R., & The Princeton Review (2019). The Best 385 Colleges (2020 Edition). New York: Penguin Random House.
93% of those working reported their career interests aligns very well/somewhat well with their work.
|Public Service Careers||$54,586|
Employers who hired four or more 2019 undergraduates
Survey respondents report being hired by 418 unique employers. The employers below hired 4 or more class of 2018 graduates.
|Amazon||National Institutes of Health|
|Booz | Allen | Hamilton||Peace Corps|
|Deloitte||Teach For America|
|Epic||University of Virginia|
|EY||William & Mary|
|The George Washington University||United States Armed Forces|
Graduate & Professional School Enrollment
The Class of 2019 matriculated to 111 distinct graduate/professional programs. Below are institutions with 4 or more enrolled.
|Arizona State University|
|Eastern Virginia Medical School|
|George Mason University|
|The George Washington University|
|Johns Hopkins University|
|UC San Diego|
|The University of Chicago|
|University of Maryland|
|University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill|
|University of Virginia|
|William & Mary|
Students enrolled in a wide variety of programs, including (but not limited to): Medicine, Accounting, Psychology, Public Policy, Education, Law, Government, Counseling, Physics, Engineering and Public Health. Respondents are pursuing 25 different graduate degree types, including the following:
|First Destination Geographic Distribution|
Derived from respondents who provided their geographic location for employment and graduate/professional school.