In the new Princeton Review, Clemson University ranked number one in the Best Career Services category.
“Clemson attracts incredibly gifted students every year and challenges them to grow inside and outside the classroom,” Neil Burton, executive director of Clemson’s Center for Career and Professional Development, said. “Our job in career services is simply to help these bright people tell their stories well as they pursue their professional aspirations.”
Burton mentioned that 96% of Clemson were either employed or attending graduate school after graduation. He also noted that 83% of Clemson graduates visited the Center for Career and Professional Development before graduating.
Princeton Review ranked Clemson in the top 10 colleges in a total nine categories this year, including number one in Town-Gown Relations, which examines how students get along with the local community, and number two in Students Pack the Stadiums, which examines how much students support their sports teams.
In order to compile its data, the Princeton Review collects information from the administration of hundreds of colleges and also uses surveys to rate the experience of students.
For a full list of the data, visit Princeton Review’s website.