Medical and Graduate Schools
Each year Kenyon graduates are accepted into medical programs around the country.
June 15, 2020
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Kenyon graduates excel, in every profession. Your Kenyon education can launch you into a well-established field or onto a road less traveled. Your career may turn out to be closely related to your major, or vastly different. Kenyon will take you wherever you want to go—and serve you well.
Beginning in your very first year, the Career Development Office connects you with career opportunities, internships and job shadows and alumni connections in your field of choice. About 18 percent of graduates go directly to graduate or professional schools. Of those applying to business and law schools, 99 percent are accepted. And during the last three years, 93 percent of Kenyon applicants with a grade-point average of 3.6 or better and MCAT scores of 508 (80 percent) or above have been admitted to medical school. Within five years of graduation, more than 70 percent of Kenyon graduates further their education.