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Average Graduation Rate At Arizona Colleges

What Is The Average Graduation Rate In Arizona?

The graduation rate is a percentage of graduate candidates who complete their degree in expected completion timeIn general, the graduation rate is computed based on the completion in the 150% of normal time. For example, for the 4-years bachelor's degree programs, the number of completers who completed in 6 years is used to compute the graduation rate.
The average graduation rate of Arizona colleges is 53.71%. It includes all institutions' rate (i.e. 4-years and 2-years or less) where the graduation data is available. In public colleges, the graduation rate is 29.48% and private schools' rate is 63.50%.
By gender, the female students' graduation rate is 53.51% and male students' rate is 53.05%.
The schools in below list are the top 5 Arizona colleges that have the highest graduation rate. Arizona State University Campus Immersion has the highest graduation rate of 66% among Arizona colleges. University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University also have higher graduation rate of 64% and 59% respectively. For the ranking, we exclude colleges with less than 5,000 students. You can view more schools at Arizona colleges with high graduation rate.
The following table summarizes the average graduation rate in Arizona.
The Average Graduation Rate In Arizona
TotalPublicPrivate (not-for-profit)Private (for-profit)
Total53.71%29.48%63.50%64.34%
4 years or high46.50%44.20%57.60%42.83%
2-4 years35.27%20.10%-58.62%
less than 1 year76.26%86.50%93.00%75.06%

Bachelor's degree Graduation Rate

For the four-years Arizona institutions where BS degree grants, the average graduation rate is 53.30%. 16,770 students graduated out of 31,464 candidates. 569 students are still enrolled in the schools and 4,384 students are no longer enrolled or transferred out to other institutions.
By completion time, 12,730 students have completed their degree in 4 years or less as the rate is 40.46% at Arizona colleges. 3,176 students completed in 5 years and 3,815 students earned their BS degree in 6 years.
The following table summarizes the graduation rate and number of completers by gender and completion time for Arizona collegesNumbers in parentheses in each column indicate the number of completers over candidates in the corresponding category.
Graduation Rate by Gender and Completion Time at Arizona colleges
TotalFemale StudentsMale Students
Graduation Rate (in 150% normal time)53.30%
(16,770/31,464)
53.05%
(7,635/14,391)
53.51%
(9,135/17,073)
In 4 Years or Less40.46%
(12,730/31,464)
37.97%
(5,464/14,391)
42.56%
(7,266/17,073)
In 5 Years10.09%
(3,176/31,464)
12.09%
(1,740/14,391)
8.41%
(1,436/17,073)
In 6 Years2.75%
(864/31,464)
2.99%
(431/14,391)
2.54%
(433/17,073)
Transfer-out12.12%
(3,815/31,464)
14.19%
(2,042/14,391)
10.38%
(1,773/17,073)
No longer Enrolled1.81%
(569/31,464)
1.97%
(284/14,391)
1.67%
(285/17,073)
Still Enrolled32.70%
(10,288/31,464)
30.72%
(4,421/14,391)
34.36%
(5,867/17,073)