Loyola University Maryland

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Each year Loyola asks our graduating class about their post-college status within six months of graduation. Each year, about 95% of our respondents have reported that they are working, attending graduate school, serving in the military or engaged in a post-college service program like the Jesuit Volunteer Corps or Teach for America.

In other words, nearly all of our graduates have landed in their "first destination" within six months of walking across the stage at Commencement.

First Destination for Class of 2022

See where bachelor's degree graduates of the Class of 2022 headed after completing their Loyola University Maryland education. We obtained information on 692 of 883 graduates for a 78.4% knowledge rate. The First Destination Landed percentage includes graduates employed, in graduate school, and a small percentage who entered the military or a full-time post-college service program.

Division Employed Enrolled in Graduate School First Destination Landed
Loyola University Maryland (overall) 64.2% 31.5% 97.1%
Sellinger School of Business 77.2% 19.1% 98.4%
Natural & Applied Sciences 64.4% 30.9% 96.0%
Humanities 65.8% 30.0% 96.7%
Social Sciences 41.2% 54.0% 96.8%
School of Education 83.3% 16.7%  100%

Average Full-Time Salaries for Class of 2022 Graduates

Division Average Full-Time Salaries
Loyola University Maryland (overall) $56,547
Sellinger School of Business $62,586
Natural & Applied Sciences $58,267
Humanities $46,746
Social Sciences $49,738
School of Education $47,978

There's much more to be excited about. View our Impact Summary or learn more about the value of a Loyola degree and explore stories of how our alumni are leading and serving across the globe today.

Highlighted Employers Highlighted Graduate Schools
Accenture Federal Systems
Duke University
ADP Inc. Emory University, School of Law
Americorp/Vista Fordham University
BDO USA LLP Gallaudet University
Bloomberg LP George Washington University
Deloitte LLP Georgetown University
EY LLP Loyola University Maryland 
Essence Magazine
New York University
FactSet Research Systems
Northeastern University
Fidelity Investments
Northwestern University
Goldman Sachs
Penn State University, College of Medicine
Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment
Pepperdine University
IBM Corporation
Seton Hall University
JPMorgan Chase
Southern Methodist University, School of Law
Johnson & Johnson
Temple University
The College of William & Mary
Leach Wallace
The Johns Hopkins University
Lockheed Martin
Tufts University
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
University College, London
Merck & Co.
University of Alabama, Birmingham
University of Baltimore
Monumental Sports & Entertainment
University of California, Los Angeles
Morgan Stanley
University of Edinburgh
NBC Universal
University of Illinois, Chicago
National Institutes of Health
University of Maryland
Northrop Grumman Corporation
University of Massachusetts
University of Pennsylvania
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.
University of Pittsburgh
Sheppard Pratt Health Systems
Vanderbilt University
Stanley Black & Decker
Villanova University
T. Rowe Price
Yale University
The Vanguard Group
The Wall Street Journal
The Walt Disney Company
Thermo-Fisher Scientific
U.S. House of Representatives
Under Armour
Untracht Early LLC
Valic Corporation
Willis Towers Watson

Maria Hagen

Maria Hagen

Maria is applying what she learned in Loyola's one-year graduate program to her classroom