Plans for After Graduation

Michael O'Shea

"Endowed with some fundamental skills—critical thinking, writing, and speaking experience—that carry across any number of fields, liberal arts graduates can change jobs relatively fluidly in today’s unsettled labor market." 
—Michael O'Shay, '11
Education USA Officer at the Fullbright Commission and U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, Canada

In April of each year, we survey members of the graduating class to ask them about their post-graduation plans. While many are deciding among options or still making plans, these reports show employers, position names, salary information, graduate schools, law schools, and more for those who do.

Class of 2014 Plans

36%

Accepted a job or internship offer

12%

Accepted a graduate school offer

11%

Accepted a fellowship

7%

Accepted a service opportunity

15%

Had not accepted an offer yet

15%

Will focus after graduation or pursue other opportunities

View the complete report for the Class of 2015, which includes specific information on salaries, graduate programs/schools & degrees, employers & positions and more, here [pdf]

Post-Graduation Plan Reports

Where Will Pomona Take You?

We have resources to help you plan your own post-graduation story.