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Times Higher Education lists ASU as one of the best in the country for preparing graduates for jobs, as chosen by employers in the Global University Employability Survey 2016. ASU ranks No. 9 in the country, ahead of MIT, Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Duke, UCLA and the University of California, among other leading universities. Read more.
ASU has made the Peace Corps’ annual list of "Top 25 Colleges and Universities" for four consecutive years. ASU ranks No. 22 among all large universities, with 33 alumni volunteering. Since its inception in 1961, more than 1,000 ASU alumni have served in the Peace Corps. Read more.
Forbes magazine recognized three ASU graduates on its recent “30 under 30” list, which features people in their 20s who are changing the world. 60secondrecap.com notes that ASU is one of the top-mentioned schools on the Forbes list, with more graduates on the prestigious roll call than Cornell, Duke, Dartmouth and Johns Hopkins.