Ithaca College bachelor’s degree recipients choose to do a variety of activities during the year after graduation. The Office of Analytics and Institutional Research surveys students the month before graduation and six to eight months later asking them to describe all activities in which they are or will be involved during the 12 months after graduation. In addition, students indicate their primary activity. Based on these responses, the office produces a summary of activities as well as lists by major of the jobs students obtained and graduate and professional schools they will be attending.

First Destination

Based upon our research surveys graduates reported engaging in the following primary activities during the 12 months after graduation.

Top Employers

The following organizations employed the highest number of Ithaca College graduates.

Employment Locations

These were the most frequent geographic areas that graduates relocated to after completing their studies.

United States


Top Universities

Ithaca College graduates pursuing Masters or Doctoral degrees attended these institutions in greatest number.

Fields of Study

Ithaca College graduates reported entering these professional fields.

Degree Types

This data represents the degrees earned by Ithaca College students upon graduation.