Ross University Alumni Average Salary

Students who graduate from Ross University earn between $73K from the lowest paying jobs to $85K from the most lucrative. Alumni responses to PayScale's salary questionnaire form the basis for this outline.

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The most highly represented industry among alumni is the veterinary care industry.


There is a sizable difference between men's post-college salaries and women's: the median for the former is around $178K, but the median for the latter is only approximately $75K.


Among Ross University alumni, those working as Associate Veterinarians report the highest median pay of $85K.

Degree Major

A medical degree earns Ross University students the most money after college (an average about $84K per year).


A majority of grads report using Medicine / Surgery as part of their job, making it the most popular skill. For Ross University grads, proficiency in Medicine / Surgery warrants a paycheck that is 6 percent more than other alumni salaries.

Benefits and Perks

The larger part of respondents participate in a 401(k) retirement savings plan. Health coverage is awarded to the larger part of survey participants, and dental insurance is issued to close to one-third of former students as well.

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