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- Women's college graduates are twice as likely as female graduates of co-ed institutions to earn a Ph.D., attend medical school, be involved in philanthropic activities, attain higher positions in their careers, and earn higher incomes.
- Only 2% of female college graduates attended a women's college, yet 30% of female executives and 20% of women in Congress attended a women's college.
- Women’s colleges produce disproportionately high numbers of alumnae who go into male dominated fields such as STEM, business, medicine, law, and politics.
- 3/4 of the women’s college graduates are in the work force and over 80% have earned advanced degrees.
- 90% of women’s college graduates give their colleges high marks for fostering self-confidence.
- 80% of women’s college graduates are strong supporters of their alma mater including serving as trustees, mentoring students and young alumnae, hiring interns and recruiting from their alma mater.