Student Consumer Information--Graduation Rates

Tables for graduation rates by demographics and financial aid status are listed at the bottom of page.

GRADUATION RATE

for Full-Time First-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates

Percent Graduating from Any UM School or College

Cohort* Time to Degree
Year Number of Students 4 Years or less 5 Years or less 6 Years or less
1991 1,832 42% 55% 58%
1992 1,770 45% 58% 59%
1993 1,612 46% 59% 61%
1994 1,516 47% 60% 63%
1995 1,684 49% 61% 63%
1996 1,678 53% 64% 65%
1997 1,814 53% 65% 67%
1998 1,831 53% 70% 71%
1999 1,845 56% 68% 71%
2000 1,965 58% 71% 73%
2001 2,152 63% 75% 76%
2002 2,046 64% 75% 77%
2003 2,066 67% 78% 80%
2004 2,025 68% 79% 80%
2005 2,258 66% 76% 78%
2006 2,046 70% 79% 81%
2007 1,977 71% 81% 82%.
2008 1,983 68% 79% 81%
2009 1,903 68% 79% 82%
2010 2,105 70% 80% 82%
2011** 2,138 72% 82% n.a.
2012** 1,982 69% n.a. n.a.

* Graduation Rates are based on the IPEDS-GRS methodology: cohort of new freshmen who enrolled for the first time in college either in the fall or in one of the two preceding summer sessions and who were enrolled full-time in that fall. Time to degree is through August 31st of degree year.

** Preliminary, unofficial

SIX-YEAR GRADUATION RATES BY STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

for Full-Time First-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates

By Gender

2010 Cohort Number of Students 6 Years or less Graduation Rate
Male 1,033 79%
Female 1,072 85%
Overall 2,105 82%

By Race/Ethnicity

2010 Cohort Number of Students 6 Years or less Graduation Rate
Nonresident Alien 153 80%
Black American 132 76%
Asian/Pacific Islander American 134 83%
Hispanic American 415 83%
White American 1,104 82%
Race/Ethnicity Unknown 109 81%
2 or More Races 55 78%
Overall 2,105 82%

Note: Native American students are not included in this table because there were too few of such students to be able to report their graduation rates with confidence and confidentiality.


By Financial Aid Status

2010 Cohort Number of Students 6 Years or less Graduation Rate
Recipients of a Federal Pell Grant 457 77%
Recipients of a subsidized Stafford Loan who did not receive a Pell Grant 363 82%
Students who did not receive either a Pell Grant or a subsidized Stafford Loan 1,285 83%
Overall 2,105 82%