Wooster gets you where you want to go.

The Princeton Review’s Best Value Colleges acknowledges Wooster as one of the nation’s best for academics, affordability and career prospects. The magazine also ranks Wooster among the Top 10 “Best Schools for Internships.”

From clarifying your academic and career goals to finding the right study abroad experiencesinternshipsexperiencial learning, and post-graduation job opportunities, Wooster is dedicated to providing the mentorship you need to succeed. Learn more about APEX—Wooster’s center for Advising, Planning, and Experiential Learning..

#11 (nationally)

Best Private Schools for Internships (Princeton Review)

First employers include:

  • Apple
  • Goldman Sachs
  • The Walt Disney Co.
  • DDB Chicago
  • Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Microsoft
  • Detroit Red Wings
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Ernst & Young
  • Chicago Botanic Garden
  • National Institutes of Health
  • Progressive Insurance
  • Viacom


of Wooster graduates are employed or in grad school within 6 months of graduation

91% are accepted by their top-choice graduate school, including:

  • Baylor College of Medicine
  • Brown University
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Cornell University
  • Duke University
  • George Washington University Law School
  • Northwestern University
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Wisconsin – Madison
  • Vanderbilt University
  • Virginia Tech
  • Yale University
Featured Image: Lamont Paris ’96, Wooster Alumnus and SEC Coach of the Year, photo provided by University of South Carolina Athletics.

SEC Coach of the Year found coaching roots and values as Fighting Scot

One of the Fighting Scots’ men’s basketball program’s greatest post-College of Wooster success stories is University of South Carolina head men’s basketball coach Lamont […]

Economics alumnus transforms the workplace and communities as leader of the National Bank of Pakistan

Rehmat Ali Hasnie ’91 came to The College of Wooster as an international student majoring in computer science. But when he chose an economics […]

Sociology major and soccer standout kicks through barriers to improve access and equity in education

Kelly James ’97 is one of the most decorated players in the history of the women’s soccer program at The College of Wooster. A […]

Floreska stands outside the Long Island Children’s Museum.

Music alumna builds community as museum president

In her position as president of the Long Island Children’s Museum (LICM), Erika (Fischer) Floreska ’93 works on a wide range of projects, but […]

Seeds planted at Wooster propel international relations alumna to support marginalized communities around the world

A high-voltage power line disrupts everyday life inside a Nepali village. An industrial park styled as disaster relief devastates Haiti’s most fertile farmland and […]

Former health coaches team up to improve health outcomes and education in African communities

The dedication to health sciences runs deep for Eran Maina ’21 and Scott Perkins ’20. The biochemistry & molecular biology and neuroscience majors, respectively, […]

Philosophy and art history double major strengthens his skills through music

Music has been a part of life for as long as Ben Read ’23 can remember. He has been singing since he was a […]

Social entrepreneur finds energy in self-designed major for global impact

After her mom found The College of Wooster in a book, Colleges That Change Lives, Boston native Lauren Grimanis ’12 applied to all east […]

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