Male

Cohort Term Total 4 yr 5 yr Official
6 yr
7 yr 8 yr
Fall 1999 733 7.8% 23.9% 31.4% 35.1% 37.4%
Fall 2000 763 6.4% 23.3% 28.8% 31.3% 32.5%
Fall 2001 713 9.3% 28.8% 35.1% 38.6% 40.3%
Fall 2002 796 9.5% 24.7% 31.7% 33.2% 35.3%
Fall 2003 1,035 11.2% 28.2% 33.9% 36.9% 38.6%
Fall 2004 950 11.1% 29.1% 34.1% 37.6% 39.1%
Fall 2005 1,015 13.8% 28.9% 34.6% 36.7% .
Fall 2006 1,041 12.3% 30.0% 35.8% . .
Fall 2007 1,070 13.6% 29.0% . . .
Fall 2008 1,050 15.0% . . . .

Female

Cohort Term Total 4 yr 5 yr Official
6 yr
7 yr 8 yr
Fall 1999 1,112 11.9% 31.4% 39.7% 42.2% 43.8%
Fall 2000 1,028 11.7% 31.3% 39.4% 42.4% 43.2%
Fall 2001 990 14.0% 35.4% 42.2% 44.5% 46.5%
Fall 2002 1,161 17.5% 36.5% 42.8% 45.3% 46.4%
Fall 2003 1,376 16.6% 32.5% 40.5% 43.5% 44.4%
Fall 2004 1,445 15.6% 34.0% 39.7% 42.4% 43.7%
Fall 2005 1,384 18.5% 36.1% 40.8% 43.1% .
Fall 2006 1,340 18.1% 33.4% 38.8% . .
Fall 2007 1,295 20.8% 36.1% . . .
Fall 2008 1,364 23.4% . . . .

NOTES:


     - 4 yr rates include associate degrees obtained in 3 years or less and bachelors obtained in 4 years or less.
     - 5 yr rates include associate degrees obtained in 3 years or less and bachelors obtained in 5 years or less.
     - 6 yr rates include associate degrees obtained in 3 years or less and bachelors obtained in 6 years or less.
     - 7 yr rates include associate degrees obtained in 3 years or less and bachelors obtained in 7 years or less.
     - 8 yr rates include associate degrees obtained in 3 years or less and bachelors obtained in 8 years or less.
- Cohort Term <= Fall 2004 does not include the final summer term within its calculations.
- Cohort Term >= Fall 2005 includes the final summer term.
Report generated Thursday - 20JUN13.