Graduation Rates

The following data reflects the various trends in graduation rates in the School of Education at Peru State College. The 3-year Graduation Rates After Acceptance into the Education Program shows that the number accepted is reflective of trends in enrollment and that overwhelmingly, students who gain acceptance into the program graduate within 2-3 years. The 6-Year Graduation Rates indicates individuals pursuing an Education Degree is trending below the average of those pursuing other degrees on the Peru State Campus.

3-year Graduation Rates After Acceptance into Education Program
  # Accepted in Program # Graduated
in 2 years
% Graduated
in 2 years
# Graduated
in 3 years
% Graduated
in 3 years
Total Graduates
within 3 years
3-year graduation rate (%)
Fall 2012 71 54 76.1% 9 12.7% 63 88.7%
Fall 2013 56 39 69.6% 12 21.4% 51 91.1%
Fall 2014 54 28 51.9% 20 37.0% 48 88.9%
Fall 2015 27 16 59.3% 10 37.0% 26 96.3%
Fall 2016 36 23 63.8% 11 30.6% 34 94.4%
Fall 2017 27 14 51.9% 11 40.7% 25 92.6%

FTFT 6-year Graduation Rate (Education Degree)
  # in original cohort* # Graduated
in 4 years
% Graduated
in 4 years
# Graduated
in 5 years
% Graduated
in 5 years
# Graduated
in 6 years
% Graduated
in 6 years
Total Graduates
within 6 years
6-year graduation rate (%)
Fall 2011 57 12 22.8% 10 22.8% 0 0.0% 22 38.6%
Fall 2012 81 9 11.1% 8 9.9% 3 3.7% 20 24.7%
Fall 2013 92 10 10.9% 9 9.8% 3 3.3% 22 23.9%
Fall 2014 66 7 10.6% 6 9.1% 1 1.5% 14 21.2%

FTFT 6-year Graduation Rate (Any Degree)
  # in original cohort* # Graduated
in 4 years
% Graduated
in 4 years
# Graduated
in 5 years
% Graduated
in 5 years
# Graduated
in 6 years
% Graduated
in 6 years
Total Graduates
within 6 years
6-year graduation rate (%)
Fall 2011 57 13 22.8% 13 22.8% 1 1.8% 27 47.4%
Fall 2012 81 12 14.8% 13 16.0% 4 4.9% 29 35.8%
Fall 2013 92 16 17.4% 14 15.2% 9 9.8% 39 42.4%
Fall 2014 66 10 15.2% 16 24.2% 3 4.5% 29 43.9%
 

*3-year graduation: Student is considered accepted to a program if they have an effective date between January and August of that year

*6-year graduation: Have an education major by the end of their second semester, unless they didn’t return for the spring semester and then it is based upon their major as of October 15th

*FTFT= First-Time Full-Term

The data below reflects the trends in student completion of the Masters of Science in Education Graduate Program at Peru State College.  The data shows students who apply for the Education Graduate Program overwhelmingly, receive their Masters of Science within 2-3 years of beginning the program.


Master of Science in Education
Summer Entry Class Size # Returned
Next Spring
% Returned
Next Spring
# Graduated
in 2 years
% Graduated
in 2 years
# Graduated
in 3 years
% Graduated
in 3 years
2017 92 80 87.0% 77 83.7% 79 85.9%
2016 95 87 91.6% 79 83.2% 84 88.4%
2015 120 107 89.2% 103 85.8% 107 89.2%
2014 75 71 94.7% 61 81.3% 68 90.7%
2013 80 67 83.8% 67 83.8% 69 86.3%
5-year Avg 92.4 82.4 89.2% 77.4 83.7% 81.4 88.1%

Fall Entry Class Size # Returned
Next Spring
% Returned
Next Spring
# Graduated
in 2 years
% Graduated
in 2 years
# Graduated
in 3 years
% Graduated
in 3 years
2017 20 17 85.0% 13 65.0% 16 80.0%
2016 13 13 100.0% 10 76.9% 11 84.6%
2015 20 15 75.0% 10 50.0% 11 55.0%
2014 20 15 75.0% 14 70.0% 16 80.0%
2013 13 11 84.6% 10 83.8% 69 86.3%
5-year Avg 17.2 14.2 82.6% 11.4 66.3% 13 75.6%

Summer/Fall Class Size # Returned
Next Spring
% Returned
Next Spring
# Graduated
in 2 years
% Graduated
in 2 years
# Graduated
in 3 years
% Graduated
in 3 years
2017 112 97 86.6% 90 80.4% 95 84.8%
2016 108 100 92.6% 89 82.4% 95 88.0%
2015 140 122 87.1% 113 80.7% 118 84.3%
2014 95 86 90.5% 75 78.9% 84 88.4%
2013 93 78 83.9% 77 82.8% 80 86.0%
5-year Avg 109.6 96.6 88.1% 88.8 81.0% 94.4 86.1%