Students and graduates of The Cooper Union pursue a variety of ways to advance their personal, educational, and professional growth, including internships, research experiences, employment, freelance work, graduate study, grants, and fellowships. They may also seek professional licensure. Among engineering graduates of the class of 2017, 89% were employed, enrolled in graduate school, or both within 6 months of graduation; 68% of total engineering graduates were employed full-time within 6 months of graduation. Follow-up surveys of architecture and art graduates of the class of 2017 are currently underway. Beyond-Cooper is a document that offers samples of their professional pursuits and accomplishments.