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Completion and Graduation Rates

Completion Rates for First Time Degree-seeking Undergraduates

Fall 2015 Cohort

Gender

 

 

 

Men

81

53

65.4%

Women

105

74

70.5%

Total

186

127

68.3%

 

IPEDS Race/Ethnicity designation

 

 

 

Nonresident alien

3

3

100.0%

Hispanic/Latino of any race

6

4

66.7%

American Indian or Alaska Native

0

0

0.0%

Asian

27

19

70.4%

Black or African American

3

1

33.3%

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

0

0

0.0%

White

142

97

68.3%

Two or more races

3

1

33.3%

Race and ethnicity unknown

2

2

100.0%

Total

186

127

68.3%

 

Pell Grant and Subsidized Stafford Loan recipient status

 

 

 

Recipients of a Pell Grant

47

35

74.5%

Recipients of a Subsidized Stafford Loan that did not receive a Pell Grant

81

48

59.3%

Did not receive either a Pell Grant or a Subsidized Stafford Loan

58

44

75.9%

Total

186

127

68.3%

  Enrolled Completed* Completion Rate
Gender
Men 79 59 74.70%
Women 134 100 74.60%
Total 213 159 74.60%

 

*Figures for ‘Completed’ refer to the number of students in the cohort who completed within 150% of normal time (6 years for a four-year program; 3 years for a two-year program). Per IPEDS guidelines, Pre-PharmD students are considered completers when they progress into the professional PharmD program. BS students are considered completers when a BS degree has been conferred.

ACPHS reports graduation/completion rates by gender, race/ethnicity data, and Pell Grant/Subsidized Stafford Loan recipient status in the IPEDS Graduation Rates survey component. IPEDS only allows for the reporting of student gender as either Man or Woman.

Data were last updated 6/11/2022.

2015 COHORT PRINTABLE VERSION