Wesleyan University Initial Career Outcomes

Wesleyan graduates pursue a wide array of professional paths. The following information represents outcomes data on the Class of 2016 collected by the Gordon Career Center through December 31, 2016*. Our knowledge rate is 73%, which includes data collected through surveys, employers, Wesleyan faculty and staff, and social media.

Wesleyan Class of 2016 Initial Career Outcomes:

Wesleyan Class of 2016 Employment by Industry

Top Employers of the Class of 2016:

Booz Allen Hamilton (6)

Yale University (3) 

Google (5)

Albert Einstein College of Medicine (2)

Massachusetts General Hospital (5)

Analysis Group (2)

Teach for America (5)

CKM Advisors (2)

Achievement First Charter School (4)

Cushing Academy (2)

Argus Information and Advisory Services (4)

Framingham Heart Study (2)

Deloitte (4)

MATCH (2)

IBM (4)

Morgan Stanley (2)

Amazon (3)

Regeneron (2)

Brattle Group (3)

Remedy Partners (2)

Citi (3)

Rockefeller University (2)

Goldman Sachs (3)

ScribeAmerica (2) 

Epic Systems (3)

The American School in Japan (2)

Success Academy Charter Schools (3)

United States Forest Service (2)

University of Pennsylvania (3)

United States House of Representatives (2)

William Morris Endeavor (3)

University of Chicago (2)

Wesleyan University (2)

Graduate School Enrollment for the Class of 2016

 Brown University

Clark University

Columbia University

Drexel University School of Law

Duke University School of Law

Duke University School of Medicine

European University in St. Petersburg

New York University

New York University School of Law

North Carolina State University

Northwestern University

Santa Clara University School of Law

Southern Illinois University

Stanford University

Texas A&M University

University of Arizona

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Berkeley, School of Law

University of Chicago

University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine

University of Hawaii, Manoa

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

University of Southern California

University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine

University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy

Vanderbilt University Law School

Washington University

Wesleyan University

Yale University School of Medicine

Yenching Academy of Peking University

For information regarding 2015 Health Professions School Admissions, click here.


*Data has been collected and reported in accordance with the National Association of Colleges and Employers Standards and Protocols for the Collection and Dissemination of Graduating Student Initial Outcomes Information for Undergraduates. For data collected at graduation, see Wesleyan’s Office of Institutional Research.

**Employment refers to the percentage of graduates that are employed full time or part time, including entrepreneurs, on temporary/contract work assignment, freelancers, those in postgraduate internships or fellowships, and other work categories.

***Students not seeking employment or continuing education indicated a number of reasons, including intentions for travel, volunteer work, performing arts auditions, and preparation for graduate school.

****Other refers to specific intentions toward volunteer work, military service, or service organizations.