Class of 2018 Outcomes: 6 Months After Graduation

Stonehill’s long history of connecting graduates with exceptional outcomes continues with the Class of 2018. The vast majority of students in the class secured jobs, graduate school admission or service places within six months of receiving their diploma. 

 

Class of 2018 Outcomes by the Numbers

Stonehill graduates benefit from a strong academic foundation and access to an extensive suite of experiential learning opportunities. The result this year is that 94 percent* of Class of 2018 graduates are employed, in top graduate programs or engaged in post-graduate service six months after graduation.** This compares favorably to a national Class of 2017 average of 84 percent.

 

94% of the Class of 2018 were employed, in graduate school or post-graduate service six months after graduating

 

82% of the Class of 2018 express satisfaction with their jobs

 

84% of the Class of 2018 report their occupation is related to their career goals

 

*Data based on a 96% knowledge rate (the College has verified occupation data for 509/532 Class of 2018 graduates).

**To ensure veracity and better facilitate college-to-college comparisons, Stonehill adheres to the uniform data reporting standards of the National Association of Colleges and Employers.


Employment Data

Top organizations with which members of the Class of 2018 have secured employment

Organizations with which members of the Class of 2018 have secured employment
47 Brand 
BNY Mellon 
Boston Children's Hospital 
Brigham and Women's Hospital 
Brown Brothers Harriman 
Conquest Funds 
CVS Health 
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute 
Dell EMC 
Deloitte 
Department of Children and Families 
Digitas 
Dunkin' Brands 
Eaton Vance 
Enterprise Holdings 
Essex County Sheriff's Department 
EY 
Fidelity Investments 
GateHouse Media New England 
General Dynamics 
HubSpot 
John Hancock 
Joslin Diabetes Center 
KPMG 
MEDITECH 
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 
Middlesex County District Attorney's Office 
Newton Public Schools 
Office of Representative Claire D. Cronin 
PwC 
Raytheon 
Salesforce 
Silicon Valley Bank 
State Street 
The Home for Little Wanderers 
The Mary Baker Eddy Library 
TJ Maxx 
Triumvirate Environmental 
W.B. Mason 
Wayfair
WGBH 
WinterWyman 

Graduate Schools

Graduate schools in which members of the Class of 2018 have secured placements
Assumption College 
Babson College 
Boston College 
Boston College Law School 
Boston University 
Boston University School of Law 
Bridgewater State University 
Eastern Nazarene College 
Florida State University 
Johnson & Wales University 
Lesley University 
MCPHS 
New England College of Optometry 
New England Law 
New York Law School 
Northeastern University 
Northeastern University  
Regis College 
Sarah Lawrence College 
Simmons University 
Suffolk University 
The University of Rhode Island 
The University of Vermont 
Tufts University 
University of Connecticut 
University of Notre Dame 
University of Rochester 
University of Southern California 

Service

Service organizations in which members of the Class of 2018 have secured placements
AmeriCorps 
City Year 
Jesuit Volunteer Corps 
JVC Northwest 
Peace Corps 
Seton Teaching Fellows 
Stonehill Service Corps – Dominican Republic 
Stonehill Service Corps – India 
Teach for America 

Methodology

Our outcomes are strong and we strive to be as transparent as possible about our survey collection methodology to allow our prospective students and their families to compare Stonehill’s outcomes to other institutions.

 

The Stonehill College Career Development Center partners with Stryder Corp. (“Handshake”) to perform our student outcomes surveys. Handshake follows standards and protocols for the collection and dissemination of graduating student initial career outcomes information. These standards and protocols are defined for us by the National Association of Colleges and Employers ("NACE"). NACE is the leading source of information on the employment of the college educated