The first destination of our graduates from the College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering is a part of the story of our students and alumni. It does not give us a complete picture of the impact our graduates will go on to make during their lives, but it does show us where their careers begin in their efforts to make their communities ever better.

The Career Outcomes project was launched in 2017 and provides a transparent snapshot of the knowledge we have on graduates and we believe it can be one of the tools to help inform the decisions of our current and future students.

Get started using the visualization below by clicking on one of the 5 tabs at the top. After you have applied the filters you want to use, you can then click on (or hover) over the various percentages and charts for more information.

Medical School Acceptance Information

Since the 2017-2018 application cycle, University of Rochester students who utilize the Greene Center’s health committee process have an acceptance rate of 72% to MD and DO programs.

We encourage students interested in pursuing medical school and other health profession graduate schools to engage with the Greene Center early in their undergraduate studies to take advantage of advising, mentorship, and experiential opportunities. Visit Handshake to schedule a career advising appointment to learn more.

Law School Acceptance Information

This data represents University of Rochester recent graduates and alumni application data over a five year period (2015-2020) regarding LSAT score, cumulative GPA, number of applicants, and acceptance rate. See full details.

Greene Center advisers are happy to meet with potential law school applicants to review the full process, discuss timing and details of LSAT testing, and review application materials.

University Reports and Statistics

Each year, the University’s Office of Institutional Research develops the University of Rochester Fact Book. This compendium features selected facts and frequently requested information (current and historical) regarding the University’s student body, courses, and degrees conferred.

View past Fact Books.


NACE’s (National Association of Colleges and Employers) First Destination Survey aggregates data submitted by recent college graduates from more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. While the University of Rochester is not currently included in this sample, many colleges and universities with similar majors, populations, and histories are included.