Student Right-to-Know

"Student Right To Know" (SRTK) refers to a Federally-mandated public disclosure of a college's Completion Rate and Transfer Rate. The intent of SRTK is to provide to the consumer a statistic of comparable effectiveness that can be used in the determination of college choice. All colleges nationwide are required to participate in the disclosure of their rates.

Fall 2020 Undergraduate Retention and Graduation Rate Cohort

First‐time, full‐time bachelor’s seeking student first‐year retention rate (Fall 2020 to Fall 2021) 87%
First‐time, part‐time bachelor’s seeking student first‐year retention rate (Fall 2020 to Fall 2021) 73%

2015 Undergraduate Retention and Graduation Rate Cohort

By Gender

Gender % Graduated Within 4 Years % Graduated Within 5 Years % Graduated Within 6 Years
Male
55.6%
70.9%
73.2%
Female
64.6%
73.6%
75.2%
All First-Time Freshmen
60.8%
72.5%
74.4%

By Race/Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity % Graduated Within 4 Years % Graduated Within 5 Years % Graduated Within 6 Years
American Indian or Alaska Native
40.0%
66.7%
66.7%
Asian
67.7%
79.1%
80.9%
Black or African American
40.0%
54.7%
58.7%
Hispanic/Latino
57.3%
67.8%
69.4%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
31.6%
42.1%
47.4%
Nonresident alien
56.9%
74.7%
78.5%
Race and ethnicity unknown
60.9%
76.1%
76.1%
Two or more races
60.8%
71.2%
71.6%
White
62.4%
73.3%
75.2%
All First-Time Freshmen
60.8%
72.5%
74.4%

By Financial Aid Type

Financial Aid Type % Graduated Within 4 Years % Graduated Within 5 Years % Graduated Within 6 Years
Pell Grant Recipients
53.7%
64.1%
66.6%
Direct Student Loan Recipients
60.5%
70.2%
72.1%
Neither Pell nor Loan
63.8%
76.4%
78.1%
Total
60.8%
72.5%
74.4%

Note: Figures do not include students who transferred and continued to make progress, or graduated from other institutions.

Retention and graduation rates reported for the Higher Education Act (HEA) may differ from those in other publications due to differing cohort definitions.