Graduation Rate 150% (3 Years)
2020-21 Report - 2017 fall cohort
2019-20 Report - 2016 fall cohort
2018-19 Report - 2015 fall cohort
2017-18 Report - 2014 fall cohort
2016-17 Report - 2013 fall cohort
2015-16 Report - 2012 fall cohort
2014-15 Report - 2011 fall cohort
2013-14 Report - 2010 fall cohort
Graduation Rate 200% (4 Years)
2020-21 Report - 2016 fall cohort
2019-20 Report - 2015 fall cohort
2018-19 Report - 2014 fall cohort
2017-18 Report - 2013 fall cohort
2016-17 Report - 2012 fall cohort
2015-16 Report - 2011 fall cohort
2014-15 Report - 2010 fall cohort
2013-14 Report - 2009 fall cohort
The Graduation Rate survey data is submitted to IPEDS during the spring reporting period with a due date in mid-April.
Which students are included and how is the rate calculated?
"Graduation rate data (150% reports and 200% reports) provide information on institutional productivity and help institutions comply with reporting requirements of the Student Right-to-Know Act (1990) and the Higher Education Act, amended (2008). Graduation rates data are collected for full-time, first-time degree and certificate-seeking undergraduate students.
Data collected include:
- Number of students entering the institution as full-time, first-time degree or certificate-seeking students in a particular year (cohort), by race/ethnicity and gender;
- Number of students completing their program within a time period equal to one and a half times (150%) the normal period of time, by race/ethnicity, gender, and Pell status; and
- Number of students who transferred to other institutions.
- Number of students completing their program within a time period equal to two times (200%) the normal period of time." NCES IPEDS Website