Kenyon graduates find success and fulfillment in every walk of life. The value of a Kenyon education is reflected in the range of jobs our students get, the quality of the graduate programs and professional schools they enter, and the rewarding careers they build.
What Can You do with a Kenyon Degree?
Anything you can imagine. View industries of employment for graduates five and ten years out.
More data on alumni occupations.
Into the Workplace: Class of 2012
Curious about what our most recent graduates are up to? Here's a sampling.
What can you do with a degree in . . .
Check out recent first jobs by major.
Study After Kenyon
About 16 percent of graduates go directly to graduate or professional schools. Of those applying to business and law schools, 99 percent are accepted; more than 90 percent of those with a grade-point average of 3.25 or higher are accepted at medical schools. Within five years of graduation, more than 70 percent further their education. See where they go...
Employers Seek Out Liberal Arts Graduates
Liberal arts colleges cultivate the skills most valued by employers: communication, teamwork, flexibility. A new survey holds some good news for liberal arts majors.
A Lifetime of Satisfying, Meaningful, Work
Among alumni five years out:
81.6% percent find their work meaningful.
84.7% continue to grow and learn.
87.8% are satisfied with their job.
91.6 percent are satisfied with their education.
Fellowships & Post Graduate Awards
Kenyon graduates have enjoyed remarkable success competing for prestigious fellowships and graduate awards.
Kenyon has been a top producer of Fulbright Fellows for more than ten years.
Kenyon science majors consistently receive highly competive NIH Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Awards.
Kenyon ranks second among all NCAA Division III institutions with 58 Postgraduate Scholarship recipients.
Making a Difference
Kenyon graduates have a strong presence in the highly selective Teach for America teaching corp.
Kenyon's Externship Program
Kenyon's job shadowing network helps students try a career on for size by spending time with alumni or parent professionals. See a sampling of organizations that have recently sponsored externships or internships for Kenyon students.
Kenyon Career Network
The Kenyon Career Network connects students with more than 8,000 Kenyon alumni and parents who have volunteered to provide career advice.