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Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus

Graduate Rate 86.29%
Male 84.22%
Female 89.96%
Transfer-Out Rate 2.88%
Retention Rate
Full-time / Part-time
97% / 100%

Graduation Rates at Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus

At Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus, the graduation rates was 86.29% in 2016. (2,335 students out of 2,706 candidates were completed their degree within 150% normal time (for example, within 6 years for students seeking a 4-year bachelors degree)). By gender, 1,457 male and 878 female students graduated the school last year completing their jobs in the period.

Graduation Rates By Gender

Next table and chart describe the graduation rates (150% normal time) by gender at Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus.

Graduation Rate By Gender
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
CandidatesCompletersGraduation Rates
Total2,7062,33586.29%
Male1,7301,45784.22%
Female97687889.96%
[chart] Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Graduation Rates By Gender

BS Degree Graduation Rates By Completion Periods

1,111 students completed their course in 4 years and 1,061 finished there bachelor's (or equivalent) degree. Additional 163 students graduated within 6 years, usually refered as 150% normal time.

Graduation Rates By Completion Periods
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
TotalMaleFemale
4 Year or Less41.06% 37.46% 47.44%
5 Year80.27% 77.23% 85.66%
6 Year86.29% 84.22% 89.96%
[chart] Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus BS Degree Graduation Rates By Completion Periods

Graduation Rates By Race

Next table and chart shows graduation rates by race/ethnicity. The numbers in parenthesis denotes number of completers over number of candidates for each category.

Graduation Rates By Race
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
TotalMaleFemale
American Indian or Alaska Native 66.67%
(4/6)
0.00%
(0/2)
100.00%
(4/4)
Asian 90.23%
(397/440)
90.65%
(252/278)
89.51%
(145/162)
Black (Non-Hispanic) 76.55%
(111/145)
73.08%
(57/78)
80.60%
(54/67)
Hispanic 87.35%
(145/166)
84.16%
(85/101)
92.31%
(60/65)
White 87.69%
(1,425/1,625)
85.47%
(894/1,046)
91.71%
(531/579)
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 66.67%
(2/3)
0.00%
(0/1)
100.00%
(2/2)
Two or More Races 74.71%
(65/87)
71.70%
(38/53)
79.41%
(27/34)
Unknown 46.15%
(6/13)
55.56%
(5/9)
25.00%
(1/4)
Average 86.29%
(2,335/2,706)
84.22%
(1,457/1,730)
89.96%
(878/976)
[chart] Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Graduation Rates By Race

Non-resident Alien Graduation Rates

Non-resident alien student is not a US citizen and studies with student visa, such as F visa, in US. At Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus, 180 of 221 non-resident alien students completed their courses within 150% normal time and the graduation rate was 81.45%.

Non-resident Alien Graduation Rate
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
CompletersCandidatesGraduation Rate
Total 180221 81.45%
Male 126162 77.78%
Female 5459 91.53%
[chart] Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Non-resident Alien Graduation Rates

Transfer-Out Rates

The transfer-out rate is calculated by dividing students who have transferred out of other institution into total number of students (candidates) within 150% normal time. The transfer-out rate at Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus is 2.88%.

Transfer-Out Rates
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
Transfer-outTotal StudentsTransfer-Out Rate
Total 782,706 2.88%
Male 511,730 2.95%
Female 27976 2.77%
[chart] Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Transfer-Out Rates

Retention Rate

By definition, retention rate is the percentage of students who return to a college for their sophomore year. At Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus, the retention rate is 97% for full-time students and 100 % for part-time students.

Retention Rates
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
Full-timePart-time
Retention Rate 97%100%
[chart] Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Retention Rate
***All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2016-2017.