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Student Achievement

Student Achievement

Data below are from the 51% of entering students who were were first-time, full-time, and degree-seeking. Data include students in the School of Undergraduate Studies and the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

Preliminary Six-year Graduation Rate for Students Who Began in Fall 2012

  Fall 2012 Number Percent
  All Graduated in 6 years Graduated in 6 years
Race Men Women Men Women Men Women
Asian 1 5 1 3 100.0% 60.0%
Black 17 19 10 8 58.8% 42.1%
Hawaiian/Pacific 0 1 0 0 n/a 0.0%
Hispanic 10 14 4 5 40.0% 35.7%
Nonresident Alien 1 1 1 1 100.0% 100.0%
Two or more 6 3 3 0 50.0% 0.0%
White 48 82 32 59 66.7% 72.0%
Unknown 1 2 0 1 0.0% 50.0%
All 84 127 51 77 60.7% 60.6%

 

 

 

Graduation Rates: 100% 150%
Began fall 2011 47 55
Began fall 2010 37 48
Began fall 2009 37 49

Normal time to completion is 5 years.                                                                       

Retention Rates:

2016-2017 79%
2015-2016 79%
2014-2105 66%

Retention rates represent first to second-year retention.                                    

Employment Rates:

Employment and graduate-school data from the office of Career Development represent knowledge rates. The data describe graduates of the Class of 2016.

Career and graduate-school information was known for 71% of School of Undergraduate Studies graduates.

82% are working full-time; 14% are working part-time

78% are working their field and/or attending graduate school

Career and graduate-school information was known for 59% of School of Continuing and Professional Studies graduates. Students enrolled in SCPC programs are typically working adults who are completing degrees in an accelerated format.

89% are working full time; none are working part time

96% are working their field and/or attending graduate school

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