University-Wide Retention and Graduation Rates
Full-time Baccalaureate Degree-Seeking Transfer Students
 
 
Continuation and Cumulative Graduation Percentages

Cohort Year Entering
Full-Time
Transfer
Students
% Continued
to 2nd Year
% Graduated
in 2 Years
% Continued
to 3rd Year
% Graduated
in 3 Years
% Continued
to 4th Year
% Graduated
in 4 Years
% Continued
to 5th Year
% Graduated
in 5 Years
% Continued
to 6th Year
% Graduated
in 6 Years
% Continued
to 7th Year
2005 705 87.8 20.7 67.8 60.1 25.8 79.9 5.0 83.8 1.4 84.8 0.6
2006 810 91.5 19.1 69.9 63.5 23.5 81.2 4.2 84.6 1.6 85.4 1.2
2007 931 87.2 21.5 63.7 59.7 24.4 78.2 5.6 82.6 1.3 83.4 1.1
2008 957 86.6 17.7 67.5 61.2 23.0 78.9 4.6 82.0 2.4 83.4 0.8
2009 917 87.7 19.3 67.1 63.7 20.7 79.0 5.0 83.0 1.7 84.3 0.8
2010 979 89.8 18.4 68.9 64.5 19.5 79.5 4.8 83.9 1.5 84.8 0.7
2011 929 90.6 21.2 66.5 65.7 20.8 80.2 5.7 84.1 2.2    
2012 985 88.8 23.4 64.9 66.1 19.8 80.9 5.0        
2013 971 89.7 18.9 69.5 64.1 22.1            
2014 937 89.8 21.9 66.6                
2015 965 89.5                    

Note: All full-time transfer students regardless of student level (freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior) are included in the cohorts.
 
Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness - 15OCT16
Data Sources: Fall 2006-2016 Student Census, Fall 2012-2016 Degrees Extracts
 
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