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Graduation Rates HEOA

Graduation Rates Disaggregated by Financial Aid Category
Bachelors degree-seeking cohort of first-time, full-time undergraduate students

Cohort entering Fall 2012

Total Cohort (adjusted for allowable exclusions)

Received Federal  Pell Grant

Received Subsidized Stafford Loan, No Pell Grant Received Neither Pell Grant nor Subsidized Stafford Loan
Number of First-time, First Year Students 456 104 166 186
# Completed within 4 years 340 72 129 139
# Completed within 5 years 355 75 136 144
# Completed within 6 years 359 75 137 147
Completed bachelor’s degree within 4 years 74.6% 69.2% 77.7% 74.7%
Completed bachelor’s degree within 5 years 77.9% 72.1% 81.9% 77.4%
Completed bachelor’s degree within 6 years 78.7% 72.1% 82.5% 79.0%

 

Cohort entering Fall 2011

Total Cohort (adjusted for allowable exclusions) Received Federal  Pell Grant Received Subsidized Stafford Loan, No Pell Grant Received Neither Pell Grant nor Subsidized Stafford Loan
Number of First-time, First Year Students 427 101 147 179
# Completed within 4 years 320 74 118 128
# Completed within 5 years 327 75 122 130
# Completed within 6 years 328 76 122 130
Completed bachelor’s degree within 4 years 74.9% 73.3% 80.3% 71.5%
Completed bachelor’s degree within 5 years 76.6% 74.3% 83.0% 72.6%
Completed bachelor’s degree within 6 years 76.8% 75.2% 83.0% 72.6%

Previous cohort data.

Notes:  Financial aid category is determined by aid status of student in the student’s first term used to determine cohort. Students who receive neither subsidized loans nor Pell Grant may have received other financial aid, or no aid.
In accordance with The Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 and the Higher Education Act, the above graduation/completion rates reflect the percent of students who, from the time of their initial enrollment as full-time students during the fall semester indicated, completed their program of studies and graduated within 150% of the “normal time” allotted. 150% of a program normally taking four years is six years. Disclosure of graduation rates disaggregated by aid category is required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.
Data source: IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey submission; Student Financial Aid office
Data compiled: Institutional Research 12/28/17