Students who graduated from Western Michigan University in 2015 and 2016 are doing well. That's according to a new report on what the university calls "active engagement" by its graduates.
Ewa Urban at Western's Career and Student Employment Services says most graduates are working.
"Full-time employment is at 71-percent, which is seven percent higher than last year. And only seven percent of our graduates, when we followed up with them, were seeking full-time employment."
And Urban says WMU grads who are working full-time seem to enjoy what they're doing.