The choice to attend graduate school involves many factors. One important factor is your fellow students. We have assembled some basic information on the students in our program so you can learn more about who your future classmates and lifelong professional connections will be as a student in our program.
Enrollment and Placement Data
In the fall of 2017 we had a total of 32 students pursuing our Ph.D. in Philanthropic Studies.
12 (37.5%)Indiana residents
20 (62.5%)Full or three-quarter time
12 (37.5%)Half-time or less
3 (9%)African American
One hundred percent of our Ph.D. students, who are enrolled full-time, receive financial support in the form of tuition scholarships and stipends.
Time to completion and outcomes
- From 2004–2015, of those who have finished the degree, the mean amount of time to completion is 6.25 years.
- One hundred percent of Ph.D. graduates who sought employment were employed in tenure track (75 percent) or high-level professional positions (25 percent).