Graduates Making A Difference

Over the past 35+ years, approximately 89 percent of LVC mathematical sciences graduates have immediately entered the work force with approximately 11 percent continuing with graduate or professional school. Of those entering the work force, about 31 percent went into actuarial positions, 25 percent into computer-related positions, 14 percent into business and government, and another 13 percent into the teaching profession. The other six percent have assumed a variety of other positions, some related to mathematics and some related to other interests. Whatever their ultimate career, study in the mathematical sciences provides students with mental discipline and confidence; characteristics that are in great demand.

Below is a history of mathematical science graduate placement during the past 35+ years.

Mathematical Sciences Graduates
Classes of 1975-2012

2012

  • 13 Seniors Graduating
  • 9 Actuarial and Financial
  • 1 Seminary
  • 3 Unknown

 

2011

  • 19 Seniors Graduating
  • 8 Actuarial and Financial
  • 5 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 1 United States Navy
  • 1 Teacher
  • 1 Business and Government
  • 3 Unknown

 

2010

  • 17 Seniors Graduating
  • 12 Actuarial and Finance
  • 1 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 1 Graduate School
  • 1 Substitute Teacher
  • 2 Unknown

 

2009

  • 12 Seniors Graduating
  • 6 Actuarial and Finance
  • 4 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 1 Graduate School
  • 1 Teacher

 

2008

  • 6 Seniors Graduating
  • 4 Actuarial and Finance
  • 1 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 1 Graduate School
  • 1 Teacher

 

2007

  • 15 Seniors Graduating
  • 6 Actuarial and Finance
  • 1 Business and Government
  • 1 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 1 Teacher
  • 1 Graduate School
  • 1 Unknown

 

2006

  • 11 Seniors Graduating
  • 6 Actuarial and Finance
  • 1 Business and Government
  • 1 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 1 Teacher
  • 2 Graduate School

 

2005

  • 20 Seniors Graduating
  • 11 Actuarial and Finance
  • 2 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 3 Teachers
  • 1 Business and Government
  • 3 Other

 

2004

  • 8 Seniors Graduating
  • 3 Actuarial and Finance
  • 2 Business and Government
  • 1 Graduate School
  • 1 Teacher
  • 1 Other

 

2003

  • 12 Seniors Graduating
  • 4 Actuarial and Finance
  • 4 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 2 Business and Government
  • 1 Teacher
  • 1 Other

 

2002

  • 8 Seniors Graduating
  • 4 Actuarial Trainees
  • 1 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 1 Graduate School
  • 2 Business and Government

 

2001

  • 17 Seniors Graduating
  • 6 Actuarial Trainees
  • 6 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 2 Teachers
  • 3 Business and Government

 

2000

  • 9 Seniors Graduating
  • 2 Actuarial Trainees
  • 4 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 2 Teachers
  • 1 Graduate School

 

1999

  • 12 Seniors Graduating
  • 5 Actuarial Trainees
  • 3 Business and Government
  • 2 Teachers
  • 2 Further Schooling

 

1998

  • 16 Seniors Graduating
  • 3 Actuarial Trainees
  • 10 Computer Support,Systems Analysts,Programmers
  • 3 Teachers

 

1997

  • 18 Seniors Graduating
  • 4 Actuarial Trainees
  • 3 Computer Support,Systems Analysts,Programmers
  • 5 Business and Government
  • 2 Graduate School , Five Fulbright Scholars (1977,78,81,84,89)
  • 2 Teachers
  • 1 Operations Research
  • 1 Other

 

1996

  • 17 Seniors Graduating
  • 4 Actuarial Trainees
  • 5 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 5 Teachers
  • 1 Chemist
  • 2 Other

 

1995

  • 11 Seniors Graduating
  • 4 Actuarial Trainees
  • 2 Computer Support,Systems Analysts,Programmers
  • 1 Business
  • 1 Teacher
  • 1 Further Schooling
  • 2 Graduate School

 

1975-2002

  • 401 Seniors Graduating
  • 128 Actuarial and Finance
  • 101 Computer Support, Systems Analysts, Programmers
  • 54 Business and Government
  • 41 Graduate School
  • 51 Teachers
  • 5 Further Undergraduate Schooling
  • 21 Other including unknown