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Graduation Rates

Fall 2013, First-Time, Full-Time, Bachelor's Cohort

Graduation Rates

Graduation Rate by Sex
CategoryInitial Cohort (Fall 2013)4 Year Rate
(by Summer 2017)
5 Year Rate
(by Summer 2018)
6 Year Rate
(by Summer 2019)
University Total2,137766 (35.9%)1,157 (54.2%)1,205 (56.4%)
Female1,055 (49.4%)429 (40.7%)603 (57.2%)622 (59.0%)
Male1,082 (50.6%)337 (31.2%)554 (51.2%)583 (54.0%)
Graduation Rates by Race and Ethnicity
CategoryInitial Cohort (Fall 2013)4 Year Rate (by Summer 2017)5 Year Rate (by Summer 2018)6 Year Rate
(by Summer 2019)
University Total2,137766 (35.9%)1,157 (54.2%)1,205 (56.4%)
Nonresident Alien47 (2.2%)13 (27.7%)18 (38.3%)21 (44.7%)
Hispanic / Latino34 (1.6%)3 (8.8%)9 (26.5%)9 (26.5%)
American Indian or Alaska Native20 (0.9%)2 (10.0%)2 (10.0%)2 (10.0%)
Asian22 (1.0%)7 (31.8%)10 (45.5%)10 (45.5%)
Black or African American23 (1.1%)1 (4.3%)6 (26.1%)7 (30.4%)
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander5 (0.2%)2 (40.0%)2 (40.0%)2 (40.0%)
White1,934 (90.5%)729 (37.7%)1,090 (56.4%)1,132 (58.6%)
Two or more races49 (2.3%)9 (18.4%)19 (38.8%)21 (42.9%)
Race and ethnicity unknown3 (0.1%)0 (0.0%)1 (33.3%)1 (33.3%)
by Pell Grant Recipient556139 (25.0%)221 (39.8%)235 (42.4%)

Graduation rates are based on corresponding submission to IPEDS. Allowable exclusions, such as for deceased students, were applied in the calculations. Demographics are based on when graduation rates were calculated for IPEDS. The four-year graduation rates include students graduating in four years or less; five-year include students graduating in five years or less; six-year include students graduating in six years or less. Pell Recipients are based on students who received a Pell grant in their first academic year.