What do Macaulay students do post-graduation

Over 45% of Macaulay graduates continue their education, going on to earn master’s degrees, professional degrees (medicine, law, engineering) and doctoral degrees at highly regarded schools like Harvard Medical School, Georgetown Law, MIT, Yale, Cornell, Johns Hopkins, the University of Edinburgh, and Oxford.

Others launch careers immediately across a wide spectrum of market sectors, the arts, entrepreneurship, public service, or work overseas. 80% join the workforce in New York City at influential organizations including American Express, Bank of America, Bloomberg LP, Columbia University Medical Center, CUNY, Deloitte, Duane Morris, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and NYU Langone Medical Center.

Whatever path you choose, Macaulay prepares you to begin your contribution to the world.​

Does Macaulay offer a transfer program?

Macaulay Honors College is now accepting transfer students through our new Friedman Transfer Scholars Program! The Friedman Transfer Scholars Program provides a pathway for CUNY associate students to enter a Macaulay Honors bachelor’s program at one of our partner colleges. Learn more.