Academic, post-graduation education, employment, and other Carleton student and alumni outcomes.
The Senior Survey is administered to college seniors during their last year in college. It includes about students' satisfaction, college activities and future plans. Carleton has participated in the survey since 1998.
Alumni employment, by category as recorded in the Alumni Database. The information in the summary table represents the most recent reported job category for Carleton alumni. Note that most of the information is self-reported, and some of the information may be out of date. The most recent employment is shown for those who have retired. Information is available for about 68% of living alumni with known addresses.
Post-Carleton Graduate and Professional Study
The data below was reported in the 2009 Carleton Alumni Survey.
|1930s and 40s||56.3%|
All Respondents: 80.8%
The National Science Foundation's annual Survey of Earned Doctorates provides information about academic doctoral degrees earned by graduates of U.S. undergraduate institutions.
Carleton currently ranks 3rd among U.S. liberal arts colleges in the number of doctoral degrees earned by its alumni in this period.
These tables break out by discipline the 2,770 academic doctoral degrees reported to have been earned by Carleton graduates in this period. The survey does not capture information about medical or legal professional degrees. Tables represent the most recent data available as of Fall 2011.