Career outcomes are key data to consider when choosing a college. In Wofford College’s case, 98.1% of our graduates are employed, pursuing postgraduate education, serving in the military, participating in a long-term volunteer opportunity or taking an intentional gap year within six months of graduation. Learn where our graduates often go after leaving Wofford and how they believe the college prepared them for life after graduation.
Wofford became a second home for these Class of 2022 graduates. Over the past four years, they made lifelong friends, traveled the world, interned, participated in class, cheered for championship Division I athletics teams and prepared for bright futures.
Meet them and find out where their Wofford experience is taking them next.
Chase was a Wofford Ambassador with the college’s Office of Admission and a resident assistant. He helped found the SpartanDogs obstacle course racing team and participated in Wofford’s music performance groups. He is a medical student at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Chewning served as a Wofford Ambassador with the college’s Office of Admission. She also was vice president of the German Club and a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She’s now in Brandenburg, Germany, as a Fulbright English teaching assistant.
Ducas participated in ROTC and served as president of Ducks Unlimited. He also was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army and is currently a member of the 526 Brigade Support Battalion on active duty in Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
Merrills was a research associate for the James-Atkins Student-Managed Investment Fund. He served as manager of the tennis team. Merrills is now working as an investment banking analyst for Sherman and Co. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Mushayamunda was elected to Campus Union and served on the Judicial Commission. She was a Writing Center tutor, member of the Old Gold and Black student newspaper staff and a Bonner Scholar. After graduation, she joined the staff at NBC in New York, New York.
Steryous was a member of the women’s tennis team, orientation staff, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and the Wofford Bee Club. She’s an intern in the Disney College Program at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Thornton is a first-generation college student. She joined Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at Wofford and worked as a resident assistant and member of the orientation staff. She participated in faculty-student research. Thornton is at the University of Arizona pursuing a master’s degree in environmental science on the environmental microbiology track.
Andrew was a Richardson Scholar and a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. He participated in faculty-student research and was a physics teaching assistant. He is pursuing a Ph.D. in medical physics at the University of Wisconsin.