OUTCOMES

From undergrads to alumni, the success stories are endless.

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of undergraduate students complete at least 1 experiential learning opportunity

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of Graduate Students found their full-time opportunity through a networking contact

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graduate programs

Featured Hawk Stories

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of the undergraduate class of 2019 was employed, pursuing graduate study or in full-time volunteer programs within six months of graduation.

EMPLOYED:

Amazon • Wegmans Food Markets • Cigna  • National Basketball Association • AmeriCorps • ScribeAmerica • US Department of State • Main Line Health • ScribeAmerica • Johnson & Johnson  • 
The Walt Disney Company

GRADUATE SCHOOLS:

Boston University  •  George Washington University  • Hofstra University  •  Johns Hopkins University  •  University of Pennsylvania  • University of Notre Dame • University of Southern California
Saint Joseph's University •
Thomas Jefferson University  • University of Delaware

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Current Hawks

How Hawks Succeed

Founded in 1851 in the Jesuit tradition of academic excellence, Saint Joseph’s University is a top-ranked Catholic University that provides a rigorous, student-centered education.

Our unique model of education prepares graduate to enter the world with a competitive resume and global perspective. This is achieved through intense academic study led by thought-leading faculty scholars, a comprehensive campus experience and robust study abroad, service-learning, internship and co-op programs.

Upon graduation, nearly 100 percent of SJU students are employed, pursuing advanced degrees or committed to prestigious service programs — joining a powerful alumni network that spans the globe. 

Undergraduate

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Student Learning Outcomes
  • 1. Communication

  • 2. Critical Thinking and Inquiry

  • 3. Ethics, Social Justice, and Ignatian Values

  • 4. Diversity

  • 5. Discipline or Program Specific Competencies

  • 6. Jesuit Intellectual Tradition

Graduate

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Student Learning Outcomes
  • 1. Communication

  • 2. Critical Thinking and Inquiry

  • 3. Ethics, Social Justice, and Ignatian Values

  • 4. Discipline or Program Specific Competencies

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