Explore Graduate School Data

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The line chart at the top represents the raw number of applications, extended offers, and accepted offers. The line chart at the bottom calculates the corresponding selectivity and yield percentages.

Student Demographics

These six donut charts breakdown six different applicant and student populations. Select Race Category or Sex from the first dropdown menu, and adjust the center label with the second dropdown menu.


At the top, the box and whisker plot shows the distribution of time to degree for students who completed the PhD. In the middle graph, each cohort is broken down by the percentage in different outcomes. The line graph at the bottom represents the attrition rate by cohort with a reference line of the average attrition rate.

Career Outcomes

The word cloud represents the initial roles PhD graduates took on within the first year after completion of the degree. Current data available for Arts & Sciences only. (Does not include Business, the Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences, Engineering, or Social Work). Some roles may appear more than once, as is the case when a role title occurs in more than one job type (example: Tenure system Unknown Lecturer in light blue and Non-Tenure Track Lecturer in green).