6-Year Graduation Rates: Fall 2010 Cohort

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Graduation Rates

Franklin students balance finishing their degrees with work, family and other competing priorities. Unexpected breaks are sometimes necessary to ultimately achieve academic success. Many Franklin students attend part-time and start their enrollment in terms other than the fall. Additionally, approximately 90% of our students transfer credit from other institutions. The Franklin Defined Six-Year Undergraduate, Graduation Rates in the table below reflects the graduation rate for all Franklin undergraduate students who entered the University in the given fall term and graduated within six years of attendance (150% of the normal completion time). This definition accounts for about 96% of Franklin University undergraduate students (1663/N). Note: This defined graduation rates table does not include part-time students, transfer students, or students who left school to serve in the armed forces. 

Franklin Defined Six-Year Undergraduate, Graduation Rates for Fall 2010 Cohort (as of 2016-2017)

    Population Graduates Percentage
Group Total   1663 543 32.7%
Race/Ethnicity American Indian 9 1 11.1%
Asian 30 17 56.7%
Black or African American 516 91 17.6%
Hispanic 32 10 31.3%
Non-resident Alien 22 8 36.4%
Two or More Races 47 10 21.3%
White 984 401 40.8%
Unknown/Other 23 5 21.7%
Gender Female 1048 343 32.7%
Male 615 200 32.5%
    Population Recipients Percentage
Financial Aid Status Pell Grant 1663 928 55.8%
Federal Subsidized Loan 1663 1134 68.2%
No Pell Grant or Federal Subsidized Loan 1663 438 26.3%
    Average Age of Population = 30

 

The following information regarding Franklin University’s graduation rates is provided in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. The federal government requires institutions of higher education to report to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) data on first-time, full-time students who begin in the fall term. The rates below reflect full-time, first-time, degree-seeking undergraduates who entered the university in the fall term and graduated within six years of attendance (150% of the normal completion time). This definition accounts for about 4% of Franklin University undergraduate students (66/N).

IPEDS Six-Year Undergraduate, Graduation Rates for Fall 2010 Cohort (as of 2016-2017)

    Population Graduates Percentage
Group Total   66 8 12.1%
Race/Ethnicity American Indian 1 1 100.0%
Asian 1 1 100.0%
Black or African American 31 2 6.5%
Hispanic 1 1 100.0%
Non-resident Alien 3 0 0.0%
Two or More Races 0 0  
White 28 3 10.7%
Unknown/Other 1 0 0.0%
Gender Female 40 7 17.5%
Male 26 1 3.8%
    Population Recipients Percentage
Financial Aid Status Pell Grant 66 51 77.3%
Federal Subsidized Loan 66 54 81.8%
No Pell Grant or Federal Subsidized Loan 66 10 15.2%
    Average Age of Population = 28

 

 

Graduate student graduation rate data is calculated by the University using a five-year time period. Franklin University students must complete all requirements for a graduate degree within five years of completion of their first graduate-level course. The table below reflects the graduation rate for Franklin University graduate students who entered the University in the fall of the given year and graduated within five years of attendance.

Franklin Defined Five-year Graduate, Graduation Rates for Fall 2011 Cohort (as of 2016-2017)

    Population  Graduates  Percentage
 Group Total  

341

268

78.6%

 Race/Ethnicity

 

 

American Indian

 0

0

0

Asian

 16

12

75.0%

Black or African American

 54

39

72.2%

Hispanic

7

6

85.7%

Non-resident Alien

 6

5

83.3%

Two or More Races

 3

2

66.7%

White

220

171

77.7%

Unknown/Other

35

33

94.3%

 Gender

 

 

Female

201

155

77.1%

Male

140

113

80.7%

 Financial Aid

Status

 

   Population  Recipients  Percentage

Pell Grant 

341

12

3.5%

Federal Subsidized Loan 

341

197

57.8%

No Pell Grant or Federal Subsidized Loan

341

144

42.2%

Average Age of Population= 34

 

 

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