Of the Class of 2013 who pursued graduate school, 88% responded that Kenyon effectively prepared them for graduate school.
Of the Class of 2013 who pursued graduate school, almost 90% felt that Kenyon very effectively prepared them for written presentation of their academic work.
After one year in the labor force, 75% or more of the Class of 2013 responded that their job allows them to continue to grow and learn and pays enough to support their desired lifestyle. 77% of the Class of 2013 reported that their job is satisfying overall.
In this effectiveness rating scale, half of the Class of 2013 reported that Kenyon was effective at preparing them for employment after graduation, only 18% reported that Kenyon was very effective as preparing them for employment.
Ninety-four percent of the Class of 2013 secured their first paying job while they were still enrolled at Kenyon or during the first six months after graduating.
Of those who entered the labor force since graduating in 2013, no one has held more than five jobs in that one year.