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Graduation Rates FA-11 to FA-14 Cohorts.pdf

Graduation Rates


Fall 2011 to Fall 2014 Cohorts


The following tables contain the percentages of first-time, full-time degree-seeking
freshmen entering Bacone College in the fall semesters of 2011 through 2014 and
graduating within 150% of the normal time (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:


 A student declaring 2-year major and then earning a bachelor’s degree was
counted as a bachelor’s degree seeker.
 A student declaring a 4-year major and then earning an associate’s degree was
counted as both an associate’s degree seeker and a bachelor’s degree seeker.
 A student earning both an associate’s degree and a bachelor’s degree was counted
as both a bachelor’s degree seeker and an associate’s degree seeker.
 A student who was “undeclared” but who then earned a degree was counted as
either an associate’s degree seeker or a bachelor’s degree seeker, depending on
the type of degree the student earned.

Registrar to provide updates

Retention Rates

These reports contain the Fall to Fall retention rates for all degree-seeking Bacone students. Those classified as “special” or as “non-degree” are not included in the mix.These reports contain the Fall to Fall retention rates for all degree-seeking Bacone students. Those classified as “special” or as “non-degree” are not included in the mix.
Retention rates are calculated by dividing the number of students returning in the “retained to” semester by the number of students enrolled in the “retained-from” semester after making the following corrections.

  • Corrections for suspensions.
  • Corrections for graduations.
  • Corrections for no-shows in either the “retained-from” or “retained-to” semester.

Students reinstated after an appeal are not corrected for, nor are students returning after earning a degree.

Aggregate Ten Year Retention Report