New Surveys Rank DePauw Among Nation's Best for Graduating Business Leaders and Ph.D. Candidates
September 22, 1994
September 22, 1994, Greencastle, Ind. - DePauw University is ranked #8 in the nation among predominantly liberal arts colleges in producing business leaders, according to the new Standard & Poor's Executive/College Survey. That's an improvement of three positions from the last survey.
Meanwhile, the 1993 Franklin & Marshall College report on baccalaureate origins of Ph.D.s shows DePauw as #12 nationally among 360 liberal arts colleges in producing doctorates from 1920-1990.
Founded in 1837, DePauw University is a selective, coeducational, liberal arts university with nationally recognized academic programs. DePauw guarantees graduation in four years for students in 40 standard programs, or the university will waive tuition and fees for any subsequent course work necessary for graduation. Fortune magazine in 1990 ranked DePauw 11th among all colleges and universities in the nation in terms of the likelihood that its graduates will become chief executive officers of top American companies.Back