The United States Department of Education’s College Scorecard ranked Holy Family University the 27th Best Pennsylvania College for Earning Potential. This is Holy Family’s second designation of the year after Money Magazine named the University the 196th Best College in 2017-18.
Holy Family University, who tied with Swarthmore College in the results, reports an average starting salary of $48,500 after graduation. The results are calculated by the median earnings of former students who received federal financial aid 10 years after entering the school. Ninety-two total institutions in Pennsylvania were ranked on the scorecard.
"In my view, Holy Family University's ongoing success stems from its unwavering commitment to the comprehensive education of its students,” said Michael Markowitz, Vice President of Academic Affairs. “Our academic programs are dynamic, led by faculty who are constantly seeking new and more effective ways of actively engaging students in the learning experience. The result is an education that is both academically challenging and professionally relevant. Our graduates' success stories are many, a testimony to the quality of what we do every day at Holy Family."