Outcomes

These dashboards provide summary information about graduating seniors’ plans, for the Classes of 2016 and 2017, six months after graduation. The response rate to the surveys was 56%. The data also includes degrees earned post-CMC, over the last 10 years, from the National Student Clearinghouse StudentTracker.

  • Overall, less than 4% of graduates are seeking employment six months after graduation. Nearly 80% are employed full-time, with an additional 12% attending, or planning to attend, graduate or professional school.
  • The most common degrees earned after CMC are JD, MA, MBA, MS, and MD from prestigious schools all over the nation.
  • Students pursue degrees and are employed in a variety of interest clusters.
  • The average starting salaries for graduates working full-time is $66,675.