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Graduation rates by financial aid categories

Six-year graduation rates measure the percent of entering first-year students who graduate in six years or less.

For example, the most recent cohort is first-year students who entered in fall 2011 and who graduated by August 29, 2017.

*based on preliminary data
First-year students who entered fall of... ...and graduated by August of...   Recipients of a Federal Pell Grant Recipients of a subsidized Stafford Loan who did not receive a Pell Grant Students who did not receive either a Pell Grant or a subsidized Stafford Loan Total

2011


2017*

Graduation rate 81% 88% 77% 80%
Number of students 59 80 234 373
Number graduated 48 70 179 297

2010


2016

Graduation rate 72% 76% 80% 78%
Number of students 68 71 234 373
Number graduated 49 54 188 291

2009


2015

Graduation rate 87% 88% 78% 82%
Number of students 54 77 236 367
Number graduated 47 68 185 300

2008


2014

Graduation rate 77% 78% 80% 79%
Number of students 52 73 204 329
Number graduated 40 57 164 261

2007


2013

Graduation rate 76% 72% 86% 82%
Number of students 38 74 225 337
Number graduated 29 53 194 276

2006


2012

Graduation rate 65% 72% 76% 74%
Number of students 46 72 253 371
Number graduated 30 52 193 275

2005


2011

Graduation rate 81% 80% 80% 80%
Number of students 48 70 230 348
Number graduated 39 56 184 279

2004


2010

Graduation rate 81% 73% 80% 79%
Number of students 36 67 230 333
Number graduated 29 49 184 262