Retention and Graduation Rates
Entering Full-Time Baccalaureate Degree-Seeking Freshmen
Major: CONS
 
 
In-Major Continuation and Cumulative Graduation Percentages

Cohort Year Entering
Full-Time
Students
% Continued
to 2nd Year
% Continued
to 3rd
Year
% 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
2017 2 ***                

In-College Continuation and Cumulative Graduation Percentages

Cohort Year Entering
Full-Time
Students
% Continued
to 2nd Year
% Continued
to 3rd
Year
% 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
2017 2 ***                

University Continuation and Cumulative Graduation Percentages

Cohort Year Entering
Full-Time
Students
% Continued
to 2nd Year
% Continued
to 3rd
Year
% 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
2017 2 ***                

 
*** The continuation and graduation rates of cohorts with fewer than 5 students are not reported.
 
Office of Institutional Research - 31OCT18
Data Sources: Fall 2008-2018 Student Census, Fall 2014-2018 Degrees Extracts
 
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