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Class of 2024 Outcomes

Class of 2024 Outcomes

Discover where members of the class of 2024 are headed, including jobs and grad schools, as well as prestigious scholarships and honors they’ve earned.

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GRAD SCHOOL

ACCEPTANCE RATES:

92%

MEDICAL SCHOOL

GRAD SCHOOL

ACCEPTANCE RATES:

96%

LAW SCHOOL


25 varsity sports teams

in the highly competitive

Centennial Conference

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Dickinson Edge - Positioned on the edge of what the world needs

ONE YEAR AFTER
GRADUATION:

95% Dickinsonians are employed,
completing an internship,
attending graduate school or
pursuing meaningful service

WHAT MAKES US DISTINCTIVE

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A POWERFUL NETWORK OF 30,000 ENGAGED ALUMNI

Dickinson alumni are some of the most influential thinkers, leaders, artists and innovators in the world, including Forbes Most Powerful Woman in Healthcare, the world's leading scientific mind in chemistry and nanotechnology and president and CEO of L.L. Bean. READ MORE ABOUT GRADUATE SUCCESS p


Graduate Story: Mike Capone ’88
 AI and the Academic Landscape
 ACEing It
Positive Trajectories for All

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The World is Our Classroom.

We maintain our own long-established centers run by Dickinson faculty in 15 countries to make the study abroad experience truly integrated with our home campus in Carlisle, PA. And we have 30+ partner programs in 24 countries on every inhabited continent on the planet!

Cuenca, Ecuador & Mendoza, Argentina | São Paulo, Brazil | Yaoundé, Cameroon | Beijing, China | Norwich, England | Oxford, England | Toulouse, France | Tbilisi, Georgia | Bremen, Germany | Bologna, Italy | Nagoya, Japan | Seoul, Korea | Dunedin, New Zealand | Málaga, Spain | Washington, D.C.


Dickinson’s Commitment to Inclusivity

Dickinson College is an intellectual and social community that values justice, free inquiry, diversity, and equal opportunity. It is a fundamental policy of the college to respect pluralism, civility and mutual understanding within its community. The college does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation or any other protected class.