Graduation Rates

This comparison serves to show how the University of Central Arkansas preforms against peer colleges.  The numbers used in this comparison come from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) which conducts surveys that each institution must complete.  These numbers are from Academic Year 2011 and concern graduation rates for cohort years 2001, 2002, and 2003 for first-time full-time degree seeking undergraduates. Graduation rates are completers of bachelor degrees.

 

Institution Name Fall 2003 Fall 2002 Fall 2001
Cohort 4-Year 6-Year Cohort 4-Year 6-Year Cohort 4-Year 6-Year
Appalachian State University   2,465 37% 64%   2,417 40% 64%   2,307 37% 63%
Arkansas State University-Main Campus   1,433 16% 37%   1,546 19% 39%   1,607 19% 37%
CUNY Lehman College      790 11% 31%      729 10% 34%      642 12% 34%
Eastern Michigan University   2,479 12% 40%   2,601 10% 36%   2,706 11% 39%
Middle Tennessee State University   2,933 16% 46%   3,055 14% 45%   2,788 27% 44%
Minnesota State University-Mankato   2,275 20% 51%   2,051 18% 51%   2,116 19% 50%
Morehead State University   1,148 16% 40%   1,165 15% 39%   1,258 15% 41%
Northern Kentucky University   1,919 8% 32%   1,849 10% 32%   1,721 9% 32%
Texas A & M International University      456 19% 37%      428 15% 40%      397 0 0
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga   1,382 25% 42%   1,176 26% 40%   1,062 24% 42%
University of Central Arkansas   2,414 22% 41%   1,766 22% 41%   1,668 22% 42%
University of Central Oklahoma   1,796 12% 36%   1,630 12% 36%   1,619 11% 31%
University of Louisiana at Lafayette   2,581 13% 42%   2,387 12% 40%   2,301 14% 41%
University of West Georgia   1,738 12% 37%   1,621 11% 32%   1,551 13% 37%
Valdosta State University   1,744 15% 43%   1,572 15% 40%   1,517 18% 41%
Western Kentucky University   2,483 22% 49%   2,511 21% 47%   2,125 31% 49%
William Paterson University of New Jersey   1,269 21% 52%   1,286 16% 45%   1,247 15% 47%