What can you do with a degree from Juniata? Well, a lot! In the last decade, Juniata graduates have earned 20 Fulbright Fellowships and countless other prestigious honors including awards from the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, Amgen, and many more.
Within six months of graduation, 90 percent of our graduates are employed or attending graduate school. How do our students accomplish so much and, in the process, learn to design lives of meaning and happiness? Let us count the ways.
Juniata students support one another. They turn out to each other’s games, concerts, and events. On Juniata’s campus, our strong, supportive community and its collaborative nature trumps competitiveness. This doesn’t mean that our students don’t have a winning spirit or a drive to succeed. But Juniatians aren’t willing to step on or over others (or you) to meet their goals.
Our clubs and organizations aren’t just social. As you join in the fun, the traditions, and, at times, the sheer silliness that brings people together and balances the serious work of study, you’ll begin to discover possibilities, friendships, and unexpected outcomes. At Juniata, what happens outside of the classroom enriches your education. Learning is learning. Whether you are joining student organizations because of shared interests (like politics or languages) or hobbies (like knitting, Quidditch, or stargazing), everything you do at Juniata ultimately helps shape the authentic you.
At Juniata, students are involved in many levels of institutional decision-making. At Juniata, you’ll be involved in the decision-making process. Whether you are working in a campus office or participating on college committees (our students even sit on our Board of Trustees), you’ll be gaining networking, problem solving, and critical communication skills.
These are just a few of the reasons that Juniata graduates are finding success around the world. Juniata’s 2016 Fulbright Fellowship recipients include Alex Bernosky, who is teaching English in Russia; Neal Donovan, who teaches in the Schleswig-Holstein area of Germany; and Erin Netoskie, who conducts research and teaches at Tiergarten Schönbrunn, the world’s oldest zoo, in Vienna, Austria. In addition, Nikea Ulrich, who received a 2016 Goldwater Scholarship, presented to college sophomores and juniors who intend to pursue research careers in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering.
Scores of our alumni are working on master’s degrees, medical degrees, law degrees, MBAs, and doctoral degrees at some of the nation’s top graduate schools, including:
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of Pennsylvania
Juniata alumni have launched careers in business, science, education, and the arts and are working for companies and organizations, such as:
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
U.S. Department of State
Decades of alumni (nearly 15,000) have lived their stories, written their next chapters, with Juniata. From our College, they’ve gone on to stellar opportunities in several notable organizations. Learn more about our outcomes.
Your life of meaning, your outcome, your next chapter will be a result of your ambitions and passions plus what Juniata College helps you develop: intellectual dexterity, an ease of collaboration, time to contemplate who you are. Prepare to succeed. Join the Juniata community today.