Grad Success

Gain lifelong advantages that you won't find at other colleges.

The real proof of success for any graphic design program is where graduates land after their college experience comes to a close. Susquehanna’s designers work in agencies from New York to San Francisco, creating anything and everything from the logos for films such as Monsters University and Brave to magazines like Rolling Stone and The Knot to packaging for LEGO and broadcast graphics for ESPN and NBC. Scroll down to see a small sampling of names and faces who we’re proud to call graduates of our program.


Placement Success


Design Competition Awards

Featured Alumni

Alums in cities big and small, working for world-renowned companies and at industry-disrupting agencies.


  • LEGO
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • Under Armour
  • Philadelphia Flyers
  • Esteé Lauder
  • New York Mets
  • Anthropologie
  • Peloton
  • Victoria's Secret


  • Turner Duckworth
  • 160over90
  • BlueCadet
  • Ogilvy
  • Mission Media
  • Red Antler
  • TBWA/Chiat Day
  • Digital Surgeons
  • Motive
  • Moxie USA


  • The New York Times
  • AdWeek
  • The Knot
  • CNN and Fox News!
  • NBCUniversal
  • Glamour
  • QVC
  • Forbes
  • Runner's World
  • Rolling Stone

Non Profit

  • Nature Conservancy
  • United Nations
  • The Barnes Museum
  • National 9/11 Memorial
  • Drexel University
  • The Met
  • Tufts Medical Center
  • MIT Press
  • Slifer House Museum
  • Drexel University

Real-world experience that will help prepare you for life after Susquehanna

The vast majority of graphic design majors will complete a credit-bearing internship while enrolled at Susquehanna, usually during the summer between the junior and senior year. The junior-level graphic design classes in our program offer students exhaustive instruction regarding how to prepare for the internship experience, including: developing a professional graphic design resumé, building both on-line and physical portfolios, identifying possible internship venues, applying and interviewing, and receiving credit from Susquehanna.