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Student Outcomes

Our graduates are far from ordinary. But we expect them to be extraordinary.

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日本一本道a不卡免费Illinois Tech's students are committed to solving the world's grand challenges. They come to our university to learn from world-renowned faculty who share their pursuit of innovation and excellence. And when they graduate, our students are not just ready to take on the world, they're prepared to change it.

日本一本道a不卡免费This is Illinois Tech's legacy—one that our students and alumni have perpetuated for 130 years. 

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Student Stories

日本一本道a不卡免费Through research, special course projects, volunteer outreach, and many other opportunities, our students benefit from unparalleled opportunities. See what our Scarlet Hawks are studying and researching, and how they're making the world a better place.

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Alumni Stories

日本一本道a不卡免费From the cell phone to skyscrapers to Amazon Alexa, Illinois Tech alumni are among the innovators and inventors who have changed the world. And our alumni are truly global—you'll find them in more than 128 countries and all 50 states.

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Outcomes That Matter

$60k

Median First Job Salary

日本一本道a不卡免费Survey of Illinois Tech 2017–18 bachelor degree recipients, among 130 students who responded

86%

Career Outcomes Rate Within Six Months of Graduation

Among 2017–18 graduates who self-reported; includes 69% employed, 14% enrolled in graduate or professional school, and 3% other plans (e.g., service, military)

38

Number of Graduate and Professional Schools That Our 2017–18 Grads Were Accepted To

Just a few include: Boston University, Columbia, Cornell, Georgia Tech, Harvard, Illinois Tech, Iowa State, Johns Hopkins, Northwestern, Stanford, the University of Chicago, and the University of Michigan

“Illinois Tech has given me both the technical ability to pursue my professional goals and exposure to many different kinds of people, from all nationalities and walks of life. These experiences have helped me to discover who I am as a person, who I want to be—both professionally and personally—and where I want to go. Learning about my limits and my passions has given me the ability to plan out the straightest path to my future career.”

—Fatima Azfar (Computer Science/M.S. Computer Science 5th Year)

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