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Graduation and Retention 2012

2012
Statistics are as of October 2012
Number: 
79.6%
Label: 
6-Year Graduation Rate
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Students Entering Fall 2006
Number: 
79.5%
Label: 
4-Year Graduation Rate
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Students Entering Fall 2008
Number: 
92.6%
Label: 
FY-Sophomore Retention Rate
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Students Entering Fall 2011

Degrees Conferred

Degrees awarded in May and previous August:

  • Bachelor's:
    • Total Degrees Awarded: 562
    • Bachelor of Arts: 366
    • Bachelor of Science: 196
    • Male: 253
    • Female: 309
  • Master's: 33
  • Certificate of Advanced Studies: 6

Graduation and Retention Rates

National FY-Soph Retention rates at 4-year private non-profit institutions are 80% and the 6-yr graduation rate is 64%. For more information, see this report from the National Center of Educational Statistics.

For characteristics of graduates, see the Majors & Minors page. For career and graduate school information, see the Outcomes page.


For first-time, full-time undergraduate students entering in Fall, 2006:

Graduation Rates

  • 4-Year Graduation Rate: 76.2%
  • 5-Year Graduation Rate: 79.3%
  • 6-Year Graduation Rate: 79.6%
  • Transfer-Out Rate: 16.0%

6-Year Graduation Rate Detail

Below is the six-year graduation rate broken down by gender, race/ethnicity, and financial aid status for the cohort entering Fall, 2006

By Gender

  • Male: 79%
  • Female: 80%

By Financial Aid Status

  • Received Pell Grant: 79%
  • Received Subsidized Federal Direct Loan, Not Receiving Pell Grant: 76%
  • Not Receiving Pell Grant or Subsidized Federal Direct Loan: 82%

By Race/Ethnicity

  • American Indian/Alaska Native: ***
  • Asian: 71%
  • Black: 78%
  • Hispanic: 76%
  • Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander: ***
  • Two or More Races: 67%
  • White: 81%
  • Non-Resident Alien: 91%
  • Unknown: 33%

*** fewer than 5 students in cohort

For more information, see the Graduation and Retention section of the Master Stats