In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, the following table is a summary of the institution’s six-year graduation rates. The top numbers reflect those degree-seeking freshmen who enrolled in 2015 and graduated by 2021; the Student Athlete numbers are the cohort who enrolled in 2014 and graduated by 2020. They will be updated to the new cohort in fall 2022.
|Year||Total Graduates Men||Total Graduates Women||Total Graduates Overall||Percent of Total Men||Percent of Total Women||Percent Overall|
|All Degree-Seeking Freshmen|
The graduation rate for all first-time, full-time, degree-seeking new freshmen.
|Student Athletes Who Received Athletically Related Aid|
The graduation rate for all first-time, full-time, degree-seeking new freshmen who received athletic aid during the first year of enrollment.
|Student-Athlete Graduation Success Rate|
The Student-Athlete Graduation Success Rate was developed by the NCAA to supplement the Federal Graduation Rate. It includes the Federal Graduation Rate Cohort, and also includes students who first enroll in the spring term and also students who transfer in. It discounts student-athletes who leave the institution with eligibility remaining, but would have been academically eligible to compete had they remained. It is more a reflection of the success of students who remain at the institution for all years of their athletic eligibility. The Student-Athlete Graduation Success Rate report is filed annually in conjunction with the Federal Graduation Rate Report.