Graduate Rate 64.25%
Retention Rate 76%
At Stetson University, the graduation rates was 64.25% (496 students out of 772 candidates were completed their degree within 150% normal time. For example, within 6 years for students seeking a 4-year bachelors degree.). By gender, 195 male and 301 female students have graduated from the school last year by completing their jobs in the period.
Next table and chart describe the graduation rates (150% normal time) by gender at Stetson University. Last year, the graduation rate was 64.25%. where 496 students out of 772 candidate completed their degree.
441 students completed their course in 4 years and 45 finished there bachelor's (or equivalent) degree. Additional 10 students graduated within 6 years, usually referred as 150% normal time.
|4 Year or Less||57.12%||53.57%||59.48%|
The 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.
|American Indian or Alaska Native||83.33%
|Two or More Races||66.67%
Non-resident alien student is not a US citizen and studies with student visa, such as F visa, in United States. At Stetson University, 21 of 34 non-resident alien students completed their courses within 150% normal time and the graduation rate was 61.76%.
By definition, retention rate is the percentage of students who return to a college for their sophomore year. At Stetson University, the retention rate is 76%.
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