Graduation Rates

Entered Fall of Adjusted Cohort 4yr Grad 5yr Grad 6yr Grad
1998 478 70.9% 74.5% 75.1%
1999 574 71.4% 74.7% 75.3%
2000 612 71.2% 75.3% 76.0%
2001 510 73.7% 77.3% 77.6%
2002 615 72.0% 75.3% 75.8%
2003 565 78.6% 80.4% 80.9%
2004 566 78.4% 81.8% 82.9%
2005 534 76.2% 79.4% 80.3%
2006 608 76.2% 79.3% 79.6%
2007 627 76.9% 80.2% 80.4%
2008 616 79.5% 84.1% 84.7%
2009 579 82.2% 85.8% 86.7%
2010 609 80.8% 83.3% 83.6%
2011 644 82.5% 84.9% 85.4%
2012 641 76.3% 81.4% 81.7%
2013 629 79.5% 83.6% 84.1%
2014 599 76.1% 79.8% 80.0%
2015 678 77.4% 80.7%  81.9%
2016 562 80.4%  83.1%  83.5%
2017 693 70.9% 78.4%  
2018 640 68%    

Includes students who graduated in May and August of a calendar year. For example, a student would be considered a 4-year graduate if they entered as first-time full-time student in the Fall of 2016 and graduated by August of 2020.

For comparison, the most recent national graduation rates at 4-year institutions for graduating within 6 years are 64% for all, and 68% for private not-for-profit institutions (Reference).

 

4 year graduation rates
  • cohort is a specific group of students established for tracking purposes. A cohort is defined as all full-time, first-time degree-seeking undergraduate students who entered in the fall or preceding summer session of a given year.
  • An adjusted cohort is a cohort that has students removed from it who died or are totally and permanently disabled, or left college to serve in the military, a foreign aid service, or a church mission.