Hamilton’s many resources enable students to define their goals, gain meaningful career-related experience and tap into networks that lead to success following graduation. It all starts with a rigorous liberal arts curriculum that prepares students not just for that first job or one particular career, but provides them with the intellectual tools and keen judgment to succeed in any career or field of graduate study.

In today's world, flexibility and versatility are more important than ever. By learning how to think, analyze, question assumptions, solve problems and communicate their ideas persuasively, Hamilton graduates develop life-long skills that enrich their lives.

Many members of the Class of 2013 have started their post-Hamilton lives, beginning their careers or embarking on graduate or professional study. We've profiled some recent graduates who are ready to make their mark.


Outcomes Report

Regardless of one's major area of study, Hamilton prepares students to think critically, to present themselves well and to see connections and opportunities in a constantly changing world.

In a recent survey of the Class of 2012
  • 96% were employed in a job or internship, in graduate school or engaged in a graduate fellowship opportunity.
  • 2% described themselves as "in transition" (i.e., traveling, applying to graduate school, not looking for employment).
  • 3% were pursuing fellowships (Fulbright, Watson, etc.)
  • 1% were searching for appropriate positions
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Summary of Career Outcomes >>
Employment by Career Field >>
Postgraduate Study Destinations >>