Career outcomes for LHC students

New honors alum and family at fall 2023 cording ceremony.
Posted by Dr. Lopez on

The university conducts a very robust survey initiative to track the success of Broncos after graduation and recently released the results of the 2022-23 class – and Lee Honors College graduates stand out!
2022-23 WMU Graduates – Non-Honors vs. LHC
Actively Engaged in Employment or Graduate School: WMU – 94%, LHC – 98%
Enrolled in Graduate School: WMU – 16.5%, LHC – 32%
Median Salary: WMU – $50-60k, LHC - $60-70k
Engaged in Experiential Learning at WMU: WMU – 93%, LHC – 100%
Had an Instructor That Made Them Excited About Learning: WMU – 97%, LHC – 100%
While you continue your strong start this spring semester, please know your hard work will pay off! As honors students, you have chosen a deeper, more meaningful college experience. These data show that employers and graduate schools recognize your commitment to your personal and professional growth. Use this evidence as fuel to energize you to persist and achieve success this semester. As always, we are here to support you!