Student Right to Know Completion - Retention Data

The 150% cohort in this data is defined as full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students beginning during the fall 2013 semester, and graduating within three years. This report utilizes IPEDS data.


Mathematical- Student demonstrates a complete understanding of mathematical concepts and procedures and uses appropriate language/symbols with no computation errors.


Reading- Student is fully able to identify the elements of reading and critically analyze these elements to determine implied issues, evaluate evidence, related the conclusion to evidence and defend a stated position.


Ethical Responsibilities- Student identifies all of the ethical and moral issues in a given situation, is able to apply operative moral standards and ethical principles to the situation, can provide appropriate and defensible evaluations of the situation in its ethical and moral contexts and can defend and justify the decisions made and effectively refute moral and ethical arguments and reasons for available alternatives not taken in reaching a solution.


Communication (Oral & Written)- Student’s work has a clear thesis; statements are fully supported; work is well organized with a sense of purpose, has minimal or no errors, and the student uses strong language appropriate to the topic.


Social and Cultural Awareness-Student demonstrates cultural self-awareness, identifying own cultural values and how values have framed comprehension of experiences; student identifies cultural diversity of other people and demonstrates multicultural perspectives in addressing complex global issues.


Technology Skills-Student produces complex documents, utilizes proper email etiquette, uses spreadsheet applications that require formatting of data, can search the Internet, acquire and download relevant and valid information for assignments.


Critical Thinking-Student is fully able to identify issue, identify supporting evidence, develop a conclusion or identify the consequences and elaborate on all aspects of the issues.



Completion/Graduation/Transfer-Out Rates

Overall Graduation Rate

Graduation Rate 29%
Total Number of Students in Adjusted Cohort 384
Total Number of Transfers-Out within 150% of Normal Time 118

Overall Transfer-Out Rate

Transfer-Out Rate 31%
Total Number of Students in Adjusted Cohort 384
Total Number of Transfers-Out within 150% of Normal Time 118

Demographic Breakdown

  Total Completers Total Transfer-Out
  Men Women Men Women
Nonresident Alien 1 0 0 0
Hispanic/Latino 1 2 3 3
American Indian or Alaska Native 2 1 1 0
Asian 0 0 0 0
Black or African American 6 0 21 4
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0
White 46 49 45 35
Two or More Races 0 3 5 0
Race and Ethnicity Unknown 0 0 1 0

Financial Aid Breakdown

  Cohort Exclusions Completers
Full-time, first-time, degree/cert. seeking cohort 384 0 111
Recipients of Pell Grant 244 0 73
Recipients of a Subsidized Stafford Loan that did not receive a Pell Grant 27 0 7
Did not receive either a Pell Grant or Subsidized Stafford Loan 113 0 31

Four Year Average Rates

  2010 2011 2012 2013 4-Year Total
Adjusted Cohort 486 415 399 384 1684
Total Completer within 150% 326 128 114 111 681
Total Transfer-Out Students 96 82 99 118 395
Average Completion/Graduation Rate 67% 31% 29% 29% 40%
Average Transfer-Out Rate 20% 20% 25% 31% 23%