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Do employers ever recruit at Liberal Arts Schools?

GolasgilGolasgil Registered User Posts: 42 Junior Member
edited November 2012 in College Search & Selection
I know that universities often have good job recruitment for science majors, but how about liberal arts schools?

So, if I went to a LAC and majored in computer science, could I have job recruitment opportunities?

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Replies to: Do employers ever recruit at Liberal Arts Schools?

  • ucbalumnusucbalumnus Registered User Posts: 57,916 Senior Member
    Small schools may be at a disadvantage in attracting non-local recruiters.

    Of course, whatever school, big or small, needs to have a decent degree program in your major.
  • SgtDonutSgtDonut Registered User Posts: 857 Member
    My interviewer at Bowdoin said that there was a lot of recruiting available to those who wanted it. Not sure how common this is at LACs, but of course it won't be as prevalent as at Ivies and other top universities.
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