Retention and Graduation Rates

The following tables provide annual retention and cumulative graduation rates for first-time, full-time, degree-seeking freshmen and first-time, full-time transfer student cohorts that entered CSU Stanislaus from fall 1990 to the current fall semester. As appropriate, the cohort groups may be tracked up to seven years. Each row in the detailed data tables represent events for a single cohort. The first-time, full-time freshmen retention and graduation rates methodology follow IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey (GRS) guidelines, for compliance with the Student Right-To-Know (SRTK)Act. The percent of students completing their degree program within 150 percent of normal time €“ or within six years €“ is commonly referred to as the institution€™s (six-year) €œgraduation rate.€ The criteria for tracking first-time, full-time transfer retention and graduation rates were developed internally, and include upper-division, California Community College (CCC) transfer students. Retention and graduation rates for graduate students is currently under development.

FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN

University-Wide Level

Annual Retention and Graduation Rates for First-Time Full-Time Freshmen.pdf MS Excel

Annual Retention and Graduation Rates for First-Time Full-Time Freshmen by Gender.pdf

Annual Retention and Graduation Rates for First-Time Full-Time Freshmen by Race/Ethnicity.pdf

Program Level

Retention and Graduation Rates for First-Time Full-Time Freshmen by Degree Program at Entry (Entering Fall Cohort trends).pdf MS Excel

Special Reports

First-Time Full-Time Freshmen Graduating Within Six Years by Degree Program at Entry and Degree Awarded, Fall 2003 Entering Cohort.pdf MS Excel

First-Time Full-Time Freshmen Graduating Within Six Years by Degree Program at Entry and Degree Awarded, Fall 2004 Entering Cohort.pdf MS Excel

First-Time Full-Time Freshmen Graduating Within Six Years by Degree Program at Entry and Degree Awarded, Fall 2005 Entering Cohort.pdf MS Excel

First-Time Full-Time Freshmen Graduating Within Six Years by Degree Program at Entry and Degree Awarded, Fall 2006 Entering Cohort.pdf MS Excel

 

FIRST-TIME TRANSFERS

(Upper Division California Community College Transfers)

University-Wide Level

Annual Retention and Graduation Rates for First-Time Full-Time Transfers.pdf MS Excel

Annual Retention and Graduation Rates for First-Time Full-Time Transfers by Gender.pdf

Annual Retention and Graduation Rates for First-Time Full-Time Transfers by Race/Ethnicity.pdf

Program Level- Coming soon...

Retention and Graduation Rates for First-Time Full-Time Transfers by Degree Program at Entry (Entering Fall Cohort trends)

  • Agricultural Studies (BA)
  • Anthropology (BA)
  • Applied Leadership (BS)
  • Art (BA)
  • Art (BFA)
  • Biological Sciences (BA, BS)
  • Business Administration (BS)
  • Chemistry (BA, BS)
  • Child Development (BA)
  • Cognitive Studies (BA)
  • Communication Studies (BA)
  • Computer Information Systems (BS)
  • Computer Science (BS)
  • Criminal Justice (BA)
  • Economics (BA)
  • English (BA)
  • Ethnic Studies (BA)
  • Gender Studies (BA)
  • Geography (BA)
  • Geology (BS)
  • History (BA)
  • Kinesiology (BA)
  • Liberal Studies (BA)
  • Mathematics (BA, BS)
  • Music (BA)
  • Music (BM)
  • Nursing, Licensure (BSN)
  • Nursing, RN to BSN (BSN)
  • Philosophy (BA)
  • Physical Sciences (BA)
  • Physics (BA, BS)
  • Political Science (BA)
  • Pre-Nursing
  • Psychology (BA)
  • Social Sciences (BA)
  • Sociology (BA)
  • Spanish (BA)
  • Special Major (BA, BS)
  • Theatre Arts (BA)
  • Undeclared

Special Reports

First-Time Full-Time Transfer Graduating Within Six Years by Degree Program at Entry and Degree Awarded, Fall 2003 Entering Cohort.pdf MS Excel

First-Time Full-Time Transfer Graduating Within Six Years by Degree Program at Entry and Degree Awarded, Fall 2004 Entering Cohort.pdf MS Excel

First-Time Full-Time Transfer Graduating Within Six Years by Degree Program at Entry and Degree Awarded, Fall 2005 Entering Cohort.pdf MS Excel

First-Time Full-Time Transfer Graduating Within Six Years by Degree Program at Entry and Degree Awarded, Fall 2006 Entering Cohort.pdf MS Excel

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Coming soon