By the Numbers
Graduates of the 130 liberal arts colleges that make up the Annapolis Group are substantially more likely than graduates of other types of institutions to say the overall quality and breadth of academic preparation played an important role in acceptance to graduate school or in finding a first job, according to a 2011 study.
Beza Ayalew ’09 had no idea when she came to Denison that her path to a fulfilling career would begin with a single, life-altering course.
Randolph-Macon college alumna Cheryl Dickter ’01 is a professor in the psychology department and the neuroscience program at the College of William & Mary. The courses she took at R-MC sparked her interest in psychology and led her to pursue a career that includes research, writing and teaching.
McDaniel College alumna Dawn Aldrich '10 credits her liberal arts education as the basis for her career and passion for social justice.
Denison grad Maggie Glover '05 has a fashion career by day and writes poetry by night.
A liberal arts degree can take you anywhere—a fact that is borne out in the results of a recent survey that examined how alumnae are using their Smith degrees.
St. Norbert College grad Jason Van Dyn Hoven turned his love for Disney into a full-time job.