In a 2017 exit interview, the following percentages of graduates rated the seminary as “above average” or “superior” in enabling them to fulfill the stated goals of the degree programs. (The high percentages are probably due to the small size of the graduating class.) All the students rated the first four goals.
Over the past 3 years, the cohort default rate on student loans for Wesley Biblical Seminary has been 4.1%, which is well below the national average of 11.5% (September, 2017)
The most recent placement figures pertain to the graduating class of 2017. As of November 2017, of those who graduated with the Master of Divinity degree:
Although the Master of Arts degree is dedicated to general biblical and theological knowledge rather than to ministry, by November 2017: