The longest-serving president of Universal Music Group’s Classics and Jazz division, Christopher Roberts is credited with boosting sales through upgrading the look of the division’s recording labels. Before becoming a music industry executive, Christopher “Chris” Roberts graduated from Lewis & Clark College, where he earned undergraduate degrees in music history and German literature.
Lewis & Clark College has received several honors in the last two years, such as being named the most sustainability-minded college in the nation by the Princeton Review in 2015. In its newly released edition of Colleges That Pay You Back, Princeton Review also named Lewis & Clark among 200 national colleges that represent the best investments in education. In other words, the return on investment (ROI) for Lewis & Clark tuition is among the highest in the country.
In making the determination, the Princeton Review assessed (ROI) ratings for more than 600 schools. Data considered included cost, financial aid, student debt, graduation rates, alumni salaries, and surveys on alumni job satisfaction.