YOU’LL BE READY FOR ANYTHING
Our graduates leave Susquehanna prepared for everything life brings them.
Our six-year graduation rate of 72 percent is much stronger than the national average of 54 percent.
Ninety-six percent of the most recent graduating class was employed or attending graduate or professional school within months of graduation.
Susquehanna University continues its ascent in the U.S. News & World Report rankings, moving up in the 2024 National Liberal Arts Colleges ranking four places to No. 107, as well as the social mobility category to No. 106.
Susquehanna University is listed again in the Wall Street Journal/College Pulse 2024 ranking of the nation’s top 400 colleges and universities. SU is ranked No. 19 among the colleges and universities in Pennsylvania, and No. 196 nationally for social mobility.
Susquehanna University is ranked 71st in The New York Times Magazine’s College-Access Index, a list of nearly 300 of the country’s most selective universities ranked in order of their students’ economic diversity.
Forbes business magazine named Susquehanna University one of the top universities in Pennsylvania, placing SU at No. 27 in Forbes’ nationwide ranking of four-year schools.
Susquehanna University is recognized by The Princeton Review’s The Best 389 Colleges for 2024 as one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduates. The Princeton Review also named Susquehanna as one of the Best Mid-Atlantic Schools and one of the nation’s Best Green Colleges.
Susquehanna University has been recognized as an innovator and national leader for its business and study-abroad programs in the 40th edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges, a longstanding guide featuring the top 300-plus universities throughout the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Susquehanna University is one of 31 featured colleges in the newly published book 333 Awesome Small Colleges: (that just might save you money). The reference book, geared toward prospective college students and their families, characterizes Susquehanna as a university where academic innovation thrives.
Phoebe Kurien ’19 Marshall continues to draw from her Peace Corps experience in Malawi to support her in her career today.
Nearly 1,200 Susquehanna University students achieved Dean’s List honors for the spring 2023 semester.
Susquehanna University celebrated the Class of 2023 by awarding degrees to 532 graduates. They now join an alumni community of more than 21,000 worldwide. After graduation they will scatter south to Texas, west to Washington and north to Minnesota, while others will set off internationally to England, Ireland, France, Japan and Spain.
Preston Isom ’23 and Samantha Marsh ’23 have been named Distinguished Military Graduates for 2023. DMGs finish in the top 20% of Army graduates on the national Order of Merit List. The prestigious designation remains on a cadet’s Army record throughout their military career.
As Susquehanna University closes its 165th academic year, seniors are preparing for the next chapter of their lives.