Graduation Rates

Rates Fall 2003 to Fall 2006 Cohorts

The following tables contain the percentages of first-time, full-time degree-seeking freshmen entering Bacone College in the fall semesters of 2003 through 2006 and graduating within 150% of the normal time (or six years for a four-year degree or three years for a two-year degree). There are separate calculations for bachelor’s degree seekers, associate’s degree seekers, and all degree seekers.

For the purpose of these calculations, a bachelor’s degree seeker is anyone who declared a major which upon completion would result in a bachelor’s degree, and an associate’s degree seeker is anyone who declared a major which upon completion would result in an associate’s degree.

Occasionally students declare one type of major and then earn degrees in another. Such students were corrected for as follows:

Transfer students are not included in the calculation of these graduation rates. However, for the past five academic years, two-thirds of Bacone’s graduating classes were students who transferred into Bacone. In addition, the graduation rates of students transferring into Bacone are as follows:

Percentage of Full-Time Transfer Students Earning Either a Bachelor's or an Associate's Degree Percentage of Fall 2005 Cohort Earning A Degree Percentage of Fall 2006 Cohort Earning A Degree
Sophomores 37.14% 46.30%
Juniors 58.70% 70.97%
Seniors 81.82% 70.83%

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