Wesleyan University Initial Career Outcomes

Wesleyan graduates pursue a wide array of professional paths. The following information represents outcomes data on the Class of 2018 collected by the Gordon Career Center through December 31, 2018*. Our knowledge rate is 86%, which includes data collected through surveys, employers, Wesleyan faculty and staff, and social media.

Wesleyan Class of 2018 Initial Career Outcomes:

Wesleyan Class of 2018 Employment by Industry

Top Employers of the Class of 2018:

Epic (7) Cigna (2)
Google (7) Columbia University Medical Center (2)
Wesleyan University (7) Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute (2)
Analysis Group (5) Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (2)
Citi (5) DonorsChoose (2)
JP Morgan Chase (5) Epsilon (2)
Teach for America (5) ICM Partners (2)
Accenture (4) McKinsey & Company (2)
Booz Allen Hamilton (4) Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (2)
Massachusetts General Hospital (4) PricewaterhouseCoopers (2)
Mount Sinai (4) Remedy Partners (2)
Argus (3) Success Academy Charter Schools (2)
Facebook (3) The Brattle Group (2)
OnPrem Solution Partners (3) Uncommon Schools (2)
Proskauer Rose (3) University of California, San Francisco (2)
1010data (2) University of Pennsylvania Law School (2)
AGC Partners (2) University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (2)
Alpha Sights (2) Yale University (2)

Graduate and Professional School Enrollment for the Class of 2018

American University
Bielefeld University
Bloc, Inc.
Boston College
Colorado State University
Columbia University
The City University of New York
Dartmouth College
Georgetown University Law Center
Harvard University
Headlong Performance Institute
Iowa State University
Johns Hopkins University 
Kedge Business School
Kings College London
McGill University
New York University
Northwestern University
Nova School of Business and Economics
Princeton University
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 
Saint Joseph's University
Sarah Lawrence College
Sciences Po
St. John's University
Stanford University
Thomas Jefferson University
University of Arkansas
University of California, Davis
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Cambridge
University of Cape Town
University of Chicago
University of Connecticut
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
University of Oregon
University of Oxford
University of San Francisco 
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin, Madison
University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education
Wesleyan University
Western Connecticut State University

For information regarding Health Professions School Admissions, click here

For information regarding Law 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 a 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.