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Student Success: Retention, Graduation, and Placement

Retention and Graduation

The table below shows retention and graduation rates for full-time undergraduates over the past decade. Graduation rates for Pell Grant recipients and for students receiving athletic aid may be found elsewhere on our site. 

Full-Time, First-Time Freshmen Retention and Graduation Rates
Entering YearReturning Next Fall (Pct.) 4-Year Graduation Rate6-Year Graduation Rate
2007785865
2008735161
2009785967
2010785468
2011735361
20127955 
20138762 
201479  
201576  
201680  

 

Questions? Please contact the Office of Academic Affairs at (260) 359-4009 or the Office of the Registrar at (260) 359-4010.

Placement Reports

Each year, the university’s Office of Career Services conducts a survey to discern how recent graduates are faring in employment markets and in their pursuits of graduate and professional study. The data are collected about six months after students graduate.

Senior Class Survey of 2017

College Navigator

To compare these figures to data from other institutions or to see them in another context, we invite you to visit our page on the College Navigator website.