Skidmore College Rankings Based on Salary
- Skidmore College ranks better than 61% of colleges, based on bachelor's salaries.
- Skidmore College ranks better than 55% of colleges, based on debt for a bachelor's degree.
Salary and Debt by Major at Skidmore College
We calculated a salary score for each of Skidmore College's programs by comparing program-specific median alumni earnings to median alumni earnings for the same program across all schools that provide this data. This way, students can compare the relative salary strength of a specific major at Skidmore College to the same major at other schools. A school's overall score by level is a weighted average of all of its program scores. Data is sourced from the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard and was last updated in December 2020. It reflects median alumni debt upon graduation and median alumni earnings in the year after graduation for students who received federal financial aid.
Salary Scores for Bachelor's Degrees
Skidmore College ranks higher than 61% of colleges for bachelor's degrees, based on salary.
|Field of Study||Median Debt||Median Salary|
|Area Studies||Not Reported||$42,682|
|Computer and Information Sciences, General||$19,000||$44,971|
|English Language and Literature, General||$19,500||$27,494|
|Fine and Studio Arts||$23,500||$27,669|
|International Relations and National Security Studies||Not Reported||$45,500|
|Physiology, Pathology and Related Sciences||$23,000||$26,739|
|Political Science and Government||$23,250||$31,127|
Skidmore College Reviews
Most Recent Reviews
Skidmore was a great place to get an education. Wonderful and beautiful campus, high-quality professors, and a lot of flexibility. Great dorms, great food, great town. The price is outrageous for a bachelor's degree, but the high-end quality of the campus and the surrounding area is certainly costly. Great diversity in terms of personality type - students are athletes, artists, business majors and philosophy majors.
Skidmore offered a quality liberal arts education. Professors are wildly knowledgeable and are committed to individualized learning, attention, and growth. The most beneficial aspect of my time in college was the relationships I created with mentors and the opportunities for internships, work, and recommendations.