According to a new study from an independent research organization, Brookings Institution, Bradley University graduates earn on average 35 percent more than their predicted salary.
Brookings estimated what employees’ earnings should be 10 years after graduation based on their college’s institutional, student and geographic characteristics.
For Bradley graduates, the predicted average salary is $67,307, but graduates were found to earn $95,500 on average.
This salary boost placed Bradley in the 18th spot for all national institutions.
Barbeque Kitten, Bradley’s improv troupe, will perform their last show of the year May 5 in Hartmann Center at 8 p.m. The theme is “Meow You See It: A Kitten-Pocalypse.” There are currently a variety of creative posters throughout campus … read more
• Officers received a report from a male student at 8:21 p.m. April 23 that two males were attempting to gain entry to the St. James Apartment Complex between 8:15 p.m. and 8:20 p.m. without a Bradley ID. The male … read more
Bradley alumnus Tim Shea (’70) will promote Kick for Tuition at tonight’s 7 p.m. men’s soccer game at Shea Stadium. One randomly selected participant will get a chance to kick four soccer balls at four targets. If the student hits … read more
As a memorial to television arts major Frank Licka, who died in June 2014, Pi Kappa Phi fraternity brothers and Bradley Ballroom members will host “Dancing with the Pi Kapps” from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. May 3 in the … read more
President of the Student Body Sarah Handler presented two bylaw amendments to the General Assembly April 20, both of which proposed the creation of new positions. The first amendment proposed the creation of a chief of staff that would join … read more
• Officers responded to a report at 2:45 a.m. April 17 about a broken window in the 1300 block of Fredonia Avenue. A male student said he told two female students they could enter his room from the outside of … read more
Job placement rates. Academic program rankings. Cost of tuition. Location. Factors such as these are often some of the first to come to mind when researching colleges, but they only begin to encompass what awaits students when they come to … read more
Late Night BU is looking for students to volunteer at its May 5 event in Markin Recreational Center. Volunteers can sign up for a single two-hour shift or for an entire four-hour night. Students interested should contact Jolee Parks at … read more