After Elizabethtown: Outcomes

The Economic Policy Institute (Shierholz, Sabadish, & Finio, 2013) recently published a report showing elevated rates of both unemployment and underemployment among young adults across the United States. However, the recent graduates (2011, 2012, 2013) of Elizabethtown College performed well in the challenging marketplace they faced following graduation. The unique Elizabethtown blend of liberal arts and professional programs prepares students with the skills and experiences desired in today's

One-Year-Out Survey1:

One-Year-Out Survey

1Three year average of 2011, 2012, and 2013 outcomes.

Five-Year Follow-Up Survey

College Satisfaction & Experiences

The overwhelming majority of the graduating class of 2014 were satisfied or very satisfied with their time at Elizabethtown College.

Satisfaction Statement 2012 2013 2014
Satisfied or Very Satisfied w/Major 90% 89% 89%
Satisfied or Very Satisfied w/Overall College Experience 81% 81% 81%
EC Experience was Very or Moderately Transformative 81% 77% 82%

Important Career/Graduate School Skills:

Elizabethtown College education impact on important career/graduate school skills:

  •   Significant
  •   Not Significant

Discover more about department specific outcomes:

Download the Class of 2013 Report PDF