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Retention and Graduation|Planning, Budget and Institutional Analysis

Retention and Graduation 

Retention and graduation rates are measured from the time a student enters the university.   Students are tracked in cohort groups by entrance year for the indicated time period.  This information is updated in the spring.

First-Time, Full-Time Students

Six-Year Graduation Rates - Overall and Athletes

Students starting in fall or summer of...

2007 -rate as of summer 2013
2006 -rate as of summer 2012
2005 -rate as of summer 2011
2004 -rate as of summer 2010
2003 -rate as of summer 2009
2002 -rate as of summer 2008
2001 -rate as of summer 2007
2000 -rate as of summer 2006
1999 -rate as of summer 2005
1998 -rate as of summer 2004
1997 -rate as of summer 2003
1996 -rate as of summer 2002


Federal Graduation Rates of First-Time, Full-Time Students for Student Right-to-Know Act

  • NCAA Report of Completion and Graduation Rates for All Students and Student-Athletes

Students starting in fall or summer of...

2007 -rate as of summer 2013
2006 -rate as of summer 2012
2005 -rate as of summer 2011
2004 -rate as of summer 2010
2003 -rate as of summer 2009
2002 -rate as of summer 2008


NCAA Graduation Success Rate Report

Students starting in fall or summer of...

2007 -rate as of summer 2013
2006 -rate as of summer 2012
2005 -rate as of summer 2011
2004 -rate as of summer 2010
2003 -rate as of summer 2009
2002
-rate as of summer 2008


Six-Year Graduation Rates of Pell Grant & Stafford Loan Recipients

Students starting in fall or summer of...

2007 -rate as of summer 2013
2006 -rate as of summer 2012
2005 -rate as of summer 2011

 

New Transfer Students

If you have any questions or comments about any of this information, please contact Sue Koller at ssavor@uwyo.edu

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SAM: Student Achievement Measure

The Student Achievement Measure is supported by six sponsoring associations, working together to provide a more comprehensive and accurate picture of student progress and completion as students move across institutions and state boundaries.

First-Time, Full-Time Students - Graduation Rates

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