Enjoy personal and organizational growth

Job openings for those entering marketing and related fields are expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations from 2016 to 2026. As new companies launch and new products are brought to the marketplace, graduates who can transform an idea into something financially, socially or politically successful will be essential. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

When you leave LaGrange with your degree, you’ll join alumni who far exceed the national average in career placement: By graduation day, more than 77 percent of the Class of 2018 had already accepted a job, internship or graduate school offer. (The national average is about 50 percent—one year after graduation.)

LaGrange alumni move on to prestigious graduate schools:
  • Auburn
  • Georgia State
  • Harvard Business School
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Wake Forest

Meet LaGrange graduates

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David Harris

producer of a No. 1 album on Billboard magazine’s R&B chart

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Grant Miller

President G. W. Bush’s White House and personal photographer

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Dr. David Dycus

veterinary orthopedic surgeon

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Ternisha Miles Jones

Assistant Attorney General of Alabama

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Dr. Joy Baker


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Dwayne Shadduck

Emmy award-winning producer of “Mad Men”