+40% - Diverse BackgroundsOver 40 percent of WUSTL students are from diverse ethnicities or nationalities.
200+ - Leadership OpportunitiesWUSTL students lead more than 300 campus organizations and 9 student-run businesses.
2/3 - Multidisciplinary BackgroundsTwo out of three WUSTL students pursue multiple majors and/or minors.
#7 - High Selectivity StandardsWashington University is the seventh most selective university in the nation, as ranked by US News & World Report.
75% - Community Service ExperienceNearly 75 percent of WUSTL students participate in community service.
100+ - Study Abroad ProgramsWUSTL offers over 100 study abroad programs in 50 different countries around the globe.
65% - Willingness to RelocateNearly sixty-five percent of students traveled greater than 500 miles to attend WUSTL.
5th - National Merit RankingRanked fifth in the nation for number of National Merit Scholars in freshman class.
90% - Diverse OriginsOver 90 percent of WUSTL students are from out of state.
9/10 - Top High School RankingMore than nine out of 10 freshmen place in the top 10% of high school classes.
29,000 - Large Applicant PoolNearly 29,000 applied for 1,488 freshmen class positions.
1/3 - Global ExposureOne-third of WUSTL students study abroad while in college.
11,000+ - Career ConsultationsDuring the 2011-12 academic year, the career development team met with a record number of students - more than 11,000 interactions.
1,200+ - Alumni Networking OpportunitiesMore than 1,200 students and alumni attended summer and winter parties.
>70% - Results OrientationIn 2010, more than 70 percent of students with job offers used the Career Center.
4X - Placement SuccessIn 2010, students who used the Career Center four plus times a semester were more likely to have a job offer than those who visited once.
800+ - Full-time OpportunitiesIn 2011, over 800 full-time jobs were posted through the Career Center.
4 - Top 4 Industries for Class of 2012 post-graduate employmentTop 4 Industries for Class of 2012 post-graduate employment: 1) Education, 2) Nonprofit & NGO, 3) Business Services, 4) Consumer Products
3,500+ - Internship OpportunitiesIn 2011-12, over 3,500 internship opportunities were posted through the Career Center.
1,100+ - Total Employers Offering OpportunitiesOver 1,100 employers posted internship and job opportunities.
150+ - New Employers on CampusMore than 150 new employers recruited on campus last year.
471 - On-Campus Student InterviewsLast year, 471 student interviews took place on campus.
23 - Highly Educated Career AdvisorsCareer Advisors include one JD, one PhD, two MD's, and 14 masters degrees.
23 - Experienced Advisory StaffTwenty-three Career Advisors with academic and experiential backgrounds meet with students spanning the university's seven schools.
20% - Internships PayIn 2010, students with internship experience received a 20% higher salary offer on average.