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Retention, Progression, and Graduation Rates (RPG)

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                               Graduation Rate Percentage

Fall 2013 First-time, Full-time, Degree-seeking Freshman Cohort
Yearly Graduation Rate by Gender, Race, and Admittance Category

Category Cohort      n          %    
Black or African American (Non-Hispanic)
Regular 443 62 14.0
Learning Support 7 0
White (Non-Hispanic)
Regular 1,180 243 20.6
Learning Support 7 0
Regular 101 10 9.9
Other Racea
Regular 85 14 16.5
Unknown Raceb
Regular 9 1 11.1
Black or African American (Non-Hispanic)
Regular 461 160 34.7
Learning Support 2 0
White (Non-Hispanic)
Regular 1,075 433 40.3
Learning Support 4 0
Regular 83 28 33.7
Learning Support 1 1 100.0
Other Racea
Regular 80 16 20.0
Unknown Raceb
Regular 5 2 40.0
Learning Support 1 0
Male Totals 1,832 330 18.0
Female Totals 1,712 640 37.4
Black Totals 913 222 24.3
White Totals 2,266 676 29.8
Hispanic Totals 185 39 21.1
Other Race Totalsa 165 30 18.2
Unknown Race Totalsb 15 3 20.0
Regular Totals 3,522 969 27.5
Learning Support Totals 22 1 4.5
Overall Totals 3,544 970 27.4

aOther Race includes the following: American Indian or Alaska Native (Non-Hispanic), Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (Non-Hispanic), Two or More Races (Non-Hispanic), and Asian (Non-Hispanic) ethnicities.
bUnknown race reporting by the University System of Georgia (USG)-Board of Regents (BOR) began in Spring 2007.

Note. This report uses the Integrated Post-Secondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Enrollment Cohort of First-time Freshmen defined as fall term, first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates. The cohort includes students enrolled in the fall term who attended first time in the prior summer term, and students who entered with advanced standing (college credits earned before graduation from high school). Students who graduated from high school within the same calendar year of the fall term are included even if they previously attended college. Learning Support students have a requirement (at matriculation) in either Reading, Math, or English, or are voluntarily taking Learning Support Classes. Graduation from another USG (University System of Georgia) institution is not considered in this report. Data in the table above reflects the following eligible exclusions (deceased or military withdrawal) as defined by IPEDS: Fall 2007 (n=1), Fall 2008 (n=3), Fall 2009 (n=2), and Fall 2011 (n=2).

Georgia Southern University, Office of Institutional Research, Graduation Report

Last updated November, 2017