On this page you'll find a few representations of data from the One Year Out survey of the Class of 2012. This class also received a senior survey, and it will be invited to complete a survey 5 and 10 years after graduation.
All 337 graduates were invited to take the survey and 49% elected to participate. Of the participating 2012 Kenyon graduates, 67% are now working and 14% are enrolled in graduate school.
98% of alumni from the Class of 2012 now enrolled in graduate school believed that Kenyon was effective at preparing them for their graduate level studies.
Respondents now enrolled in graduate school indicated that Kenyon was “Very Effective” at preparing them for both writing (88%) and critically reading (85%) their respective disciplines course work.
Of the employed graduates 72% indicated their job would likely continue until they wished to leave, and 77% indicated that their positions have allowed them to continue to learn and grow.
Almost 70% of graduates indicated that Kenyon was “Effective” at preparing them for employment.
Of the Kenyon Class of 2012 who are employed, 41% secured their first paying job enrolled as an undergraduate and 91% secured their first job during the first six months following graduation.
The largest industry of employment for 2012 graduates is Education, making up 22% of employed graduates. Marketing and Sales, and Finance and Banking were the second largest industries, accounting for 11% and 10% respectively.