2013-2014

The fall 2013 Athletic cohort consists of 108 students who were enrolled as first-time full-time students and participated on an athletic team during the 2013-2014 academic year.  Overall, 70% of the 108 students transferred or graduated within 200% of time (4 years) with a total of 28% graduating on time at 100% of time (2 years) and 38% graduated within 150% of time (3 years) and 39% graduated within 200% of time (4 years).

Gender rates: 72% of females and 67% of males graduated or transferred within 4 years with 42% of females and 35% of males graduating within 200% of time (4 years).

Students who indicated a minority status had a 66% combined graduation and transfer rate with a 33% graduation rate (4 years), while white students had a 74% combined graduation and transfer rate with a 44% graduation rate (4 years).  The numbers by gender and for minority categories are not reported due to privacy restrictions when data is 6 or less.

A total of 129 athletes were new to the college in 2013 with a combined graduation and transfer rate of 71% within 4 years

2014-2015

The fall 2014 Athletic cohort consists of 107 students who were enrolled as first-time full-time students and participated on an athletic team during the 2014-2015 academic year.  Overall, 68% of the 107 students transferred or graduated within 150% of time (3 years) with a total of 35% graduating on time at 100% of time (2 years) and 42% graduated within 150% of time (3 years).

Gender rates: 72% of females and 65% of males graduated or transferred within 3 years with 48% of females and 37% of males graduating within 150% of time (3 years).

Students who indicated a race/ethnicity other than white (48% of the cohort) had a 62% combined graduation and transfer rate with a 33% graduation rate (3 years), while white students had a 75% combined graduation and transfer rate with a 51% graduation rate (3 years).  The numbers by gender and for minority categories are not reported due to privacy restrictions when data is 6 or less.

A total of 119 athletes were new to the college in 2014 with a combined graduation and transfer rate of 66% within 3 years.