NUMBER OF W&J GRADUATES WHO COMPLETE THEIR EDUCATION IN 4 YEARS
2013 GRADUATES EMPLOYED OR ENROLLED IN GRADUATE SCHOOL
NUMBER OF ALUMNI IN MENTORING NETWORK READY TO ASSIST CURRENT STUDENTS
Back-to-back medical missions to the Dominican Republic were not enough for senior Nick Tyger, who created a student service organization at Washington & Jefferson College to continue his relief efforts in the region long after he graduates.
The organization, called Presidents Without Borders, aims to connect W&J students with those living in medically underserved areas of the world. Since being formed this year, membership has grown to more than 40 students.