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Money Names UD among Most Transformative Colleges

Money, a magazine published by Time, named the University of Dayton one of the 50 most transformative colleges in the country.

The designation is given to elite schools that not only report high graduation rates and alumni success, but that help students “do far better than would be expected from their academic and economic backgrounds,” according to the magazine.

The University ranks 22nd and is the only institution in Ohio to make the list. More information is available on Money’s website.

In 2018, the University reported 95 percent of recent graduates responding to the career services office's Flyer First Destination Survey reported being employed, pursuing a graduate degree or participating in a service program within six months of graduation. Alumni earn an average yearly salary of $53,700 early in their careers and $102,600 midway through their careers, according to the latest survey from PayScale.


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