WHERE DO HAWKS LAND?
Saint Joseph's University draws the information on this dashboard related to graduation outcomes from the results of a graduation survey and a series of follow-up contacts designed to understand students’ post-graduation plans. You can filter down by year, college or major. The dashboard was updated in August 2017.
SJU begins collecting information from students who graduate in May and continues collecting information through the end of the year to establish what students are doing as of six months after graduation. Results include graduates whose status is confirmed as of six months after graduation.
Unless otherwise noted, results are based on the most recent two years of data. Results are for May 2015 and 2016 graduates whose status was confirmed as of six months after graduation. In some instances, programs have too few responses to report for a particular item. In these cases, results will be reported with "No Data".
Highlighted Outcomes from the Class of 2016
96% of Saint Joseph’s University 2016 graduates are employed, pursuing graduate study, and/or serving in volunteer program or in the military. And that’s just the beginning…
Employed Full Time
Employed In Post Graduate Internship
Full Time Role is Related to Career Goals
Position Requires College Degree
Where have Saint Joseph’s University Hawks landed?
Employers who recruit at SJU represent industries as diverse as our students’ interests. Class of 2016 graduates were hired for full-time roles with the following organizations – just to name a few:
How did 2016 graduates find employment?
Career Development Center Sevices
Internship to Full-Time Job
SJU Faculty and Staff
LINKEDIN HAWK ALUMNI
SJU graduates serve as the institution’s legacy, making a positive impact around the globe. LinkedIn’s database of SJU graduates offers insights into fellow Hawks’ career paths and opportunities to tap into network of nearly 50,000 – and growing.
Where do SJU graduates study?
Whether pursuing advanced degrees in medicine, law, business, education or a host of other disciplines, the Class of 2016 represents Saint Joseph’s University’s commitment to the cultivation of intellect. These graduates have matriculated into programs at top institutions, including:
How do SJU graduates serve?
3% of the Class of 2016 has committed to full-time year-of-service programs or to active service in the US military. These graduates’ commitment to servant leadership reflects one of the pillars of Saint Joseph’s University’s mission: to educate men and women with and for others.