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Siena College Ranked Among Top Average Earnings for Graduates

Siena College Ranked Among Top Average Earnings for Graduates

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Siena College graduates ranked in the top 20% of average earners for graduates of 53 Upstate New York colleges, according to data compiled by the U.S. Department of Education and released by The Business Journals today.  The list comprises the average salaries for former students who are currently employed, 10 years after first arriving at college. This data includes average cost, debt accrued, post-graduation earning potential, employment outcomes and more.

Siena College tied with the Rochester Institute of Technology for 11th place of 53 Upstate New York colleges with considered alumni earning an average salary of $61,300.

• 1. Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, $101,200
• 2. Cornell University, $93,800
• 3. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, $85,500
• 4. Colgate University, $79,600
• 5. University of Rochester, $74,300
• 6. Union College, $71,200
• 7. Hamilton College, $70,700
• 8. Clarkson University, $69,500
• 9. Binghamton University, $65,100
• 10. Syracuse University, $63,900
• 11. Rochester Institute of Technology, $61,300
11. Siena College, $61,300
• 13. University at Buffalo, $57,300
• 14. Hobart and William Smith Colleges, $56,700
• 14. University at Albany, $56,700
• 16. Ithaca College, $55,600
• 17. D'Youville College, $53,400
• 18. St. Lawrence University, $51,600
• 19. Skidmore College, $51,400
• 20. SUNY Geneseo, $51,300
• 21. Le Moyne College, $51,200
• 21. SUNY Polytechnic Institute, $51,200
• 23. St. Bonaventure University, $50,200
• 24. Hartwick College, $50,100
• 25. Canisius College, $49,800
• 26. St. John Fisher College, $49,700
• 27. Utica College, $47,400
• 28. Alfred University, $47,200
• 29. SUNY Cortland, $46,900
• 30. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, $46,700
• 31. Daemen College, $46,400
• 31. Elmira College, $46,400
• 33. Niagara University, $46,000
• 34. Nazareth College, $44,500
• 35. Roberts Wesleyan College, $44,400
• 35. SUNY College at Oneonta, $44,400
• 37. Empire State College, $44,000
• 37. Hilbert College, $44,000
• 39. Medaille College, $43,900
• 40. Keuka College, $43,800
• 41. College at Brockport, $43,200
• 41. SUNY Oswego, $43,200
• 43. SUNY Plattsburgh, $43,000
• 44. College of St. Rose, $42,900
• 45. SUNY Fredonia, $42,300
• 46. Houghton College, $41,600
• 47. Sage Colleges, $41,300
• 48. SUNY Buffalo State, $40,600
• 49. SUNY Potsdam, $39,500
• 50. Wells College, $36,500
• 51. Paul Smith's College, $35,700
• 52. Cazenovia College, $32,500
• 53. Davis College, $32,300