Graduation Rate

Higher Education Act Information and Disclosures

All 2006 Cohort Published for July 1st, 2013

The Fall 2006 cohort only includes first time, degree seeking, full-time students. Students enrolled in the Fall quarter who attended a postsecondary institution for the first time in the prior summer term are included (thus Summer 2006 first time starts who were registered for Fall 2006 are included in the cohort). Since only first time students may be included, students who attended prior college and students in Professional Designation programs may not be included in the cohort.

Students are allowed 150% of the normal time necessary to complete all requirements for a degree. Since the normal time for an associate degree is two years, students must graduate within three years to be included. Therefore, the Fall 2006 cohort had until June 2009 to graduate.

Graduation rates shown below are calculated using IPEDS formulas.

The overall completion rate for the AA degree first time, full time cohort is as follows:  
Fall 2006 cohort1535
Fall 2006 cohort
that graduated through June 2009
Completion rate:870/1535 = 56.7%
Male completion rate: 77/159 = 48.4%
Female completion rate: 793/1376= 57.6%

Completion rate by racial/ethnic:  
Non Resident Alien32/45 = 71.1%
Hispanic/Latino226/396 = 57.1%
American Indian/Alaskan Native5/11 = 45.5%
Asian109/174 = 62.6%
Black or African American48/109 = 44.0%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander0 (was not reported separately in 2006)
White381/685 = 55.6%
Two or more races0 (was not reported separately in 2006)
Race/Ethnicity Unknown69/115 = 60.6%