The results are in. We’ve got data on Case Western Reserve University’s Class of 2019. And our First Destination Survey is proof positive that our grads thrive in the world—right away.
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Within 3 months of graduation, 95% were working, in grad school or otherwise pursuing their personal and professional interests.
The median salary range for the Class of 2019 was $65k to $70k. That’s money in the bank and a solid return on a smart investment.
Many grads chose to take advantage of the many options for graduate school right here at Case Western Reserve. But they also enrolled at Columbia, MIT, NYU, Johns Hopkins and Stanford, among others. They received competitively awarded scholarships, fellowships and tuition awards, too.
Foot in the door
Our alumni are fiercely loyal. These are people you can connect with at companies like:
- National Institutes of Health
- And more!
Location, location, location
Where did the Class of 2019 land? Top locations include California, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio and Washington.
Experience is the best teacher
Many grads accepted a job offer as a result of their experiential learning activities (99% took advantage of things like research, study abroad and community service). Our distinctly hands-on programming provides a career boon for students.
Case Western Reserve offers students the foundation they need to leap into post-college life.