Liberal Arts College Graduates Feel Better Prepared for Life’s Challenges, Study Finds

A new study shows graduates of residential liberal arts universities feel more prepared for their first jobs and for life than students at other colleges. (Photo by Kelsey Ullom '14)

WASHINGTON, D.C. —When it comes to getting a first job out of college, gaining admission to graduate school, or generally preparing to meet life’s challenges, graduates of residential liberal arts colleges give their college experience higher marks than do graduates of private or public universities, according to a new national study commissioned by the Annapolis Group, a consortium of America’s leading liberal arts colleges.

Read more about the new study.

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