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ANHO Graduation Rate & Retention Rates

95% 4-Year Graduation Rate
89% 6-Year Graduation Rate
86% Retention Rate

Academy for Nursing and Health Occupations 2023 Graduation & Retention Report

Are students coming back to ANHO after their first year? Are ANHO students graduating in a timely manner? What happens to the students who don't graduate? Get all your questions answered here.

ANHO Retention Rate

86% Freshmen Retention Rate
Good Retention Rate

Freshmen retention rate refers to the percentage of first-time / full-time students who return for their second year.

With 86% students making it past their freshmen year, ANHO has freshmen retention rates above the national average.

Nationwide, the average first to second year retention rate is 70.57%.

When looking at just colleges and universities in Florida, the average is 70.38%.

ANHO Retention  86 out of 100
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Retention Rate
ANHO 86%
Nationwide 70.57%
Florida 70.38%

ANHO Graduation Rates

89% 6-Year Graduation Rate
3.45% Transfer Rate
7.21% Dropout Rate

Of the 595 students in the class of 2015, how many completed their degree on time?

Four years after beginning their degree, 95% of those students had graduated. By 2017, six years after starting their degree, 89% of the students had graduated and after eight years 89% of this class completed their degree.

Any student who completes their bachelor's degree within six years is considered to have graduated on time, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. This makes the offical ANHO graduation rate 89%.

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Eight Year Graduation Rate  89%
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ANHO Graduation Rates vs. National Average

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Completion Within Undergraduates Percentage
Four Years 0 %
Six Years 595 89%
Eight Years 0 0%
Did Not Complete 71 11%
The non-completers rate is anyone who is not still enrolled at the institution after eight years. Both transfer students and drop-outs could be included in this group.
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ANHO Drop Out Rate

Approximately 71 students or 11% of the cohort did not complete their degree within eight years.

What happened to the 71 students who did not complete their degree?

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Non-Completions Undergraduates Percentage
Still Enrolled 0 0.0%
Transferred 23 32.4%
Dropped Out 48 67.6%

ANHO Graduation Rates by Race/Ethnicity

Some Students Take More Time To Graduate

Some schools have mainly first-time, full-time students, while others cater to part-time students, transfer students, or adult learners. For a variety of reasons first-time, full-time students under the age of 25 are usually more likely to graduate in four years.

Traditional Students:

First-time, full-time students under the age of 25.

Non-Traditional Students:

Any student that is not first-time, full-time, and under the age of 25.

The majority of students at ANHO are considered 'traditional students' who are first-time attending full-time.

Comparing the graduation rates of specific cohorts shown below will be more revealing than the overall statistics shared above.

First-Time / Full-Time ANHO Graduation Rates

53% First-Time, Full-Time
95% 6-Year Grad Rate
Good Grad Rate

First-time / full-time students at Academy for Nursing and Health Occupations represent 53% of the students in the class of 2015, and 56.30% of ANHO bachelor's degree graduations.

With a four-year graduation rate of 95%, first-time students in the ANHO class of 2015 who attended classes full-time were more likely than average to graduate on time.

After six years, the ANHO graduation rate was 95%, and by the eight year mark, 95% of the cohort had completed their degree.

Nationwide, the average graduation rate for first-time undergraduates attending classes full-time is 37.92% after four years, 46.43% after six years, and 47.82% after eight years.

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ANHO First-Time / Full-Time Graduation Rate vs. National Average

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First-Time / Full-Time Completions ANHO Nationwide
Four Years 95% 37.92%
Six Years 95% 46.43%
Eight Years 95% 47.82%

First-Time / Full-Time ANHO Drop Out Rates

16 first-time / full-time students or 5% did not complete their degree within eight years.

Of those who did not finish:

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First-Time / Full-Time Non-Completions Undergraduates Percentage
Still Enrolled 0 0.00%
Transferred 7 43.75%
Dropped Out 9 56.25%

First-Time / Part-Time Graduation Rates

0% First-Time, Part-Time
100% 6-Year Grad Rate
Good Grad Rate

First-time / part-time students at Academy for Nursing and Health Occupations represent 0.15% of the students in the class of 2015.

With a six-year graduation rate of 100%, first-time, part-time students in the ANHO class of 2015 who attended classes full-time were more likely than average to graduate on time.

After eight years, the graduation rate was 100%.

Nationwide, the average graduation rate for first-time undergraduates attending classes part-time is: 14.37% after four years, 21.59% after six years, 23.72% after eight years.

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First-Time / Part-Time ANHO Graduation Rates vs. National Average

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First-Time / Part-Time Completions ANHO Nationwide
Four Years 100% 14.37%
Six Years 100% 21.59%
Eight Years 100% 23.72%

Non First-Time / Full-Time Students

47% Returning, Full-Time
82% 6-Year Grad Rate
Good Grad Rate

314 ANHO students were classified as full-time / not first-time. This represents 47.15% of the students in the class of 2015.

Non first-time students could include transfer students or adults who have returned to school after an absense.

With a six year graduation rate of 82%, returning students in the class of 2015 and attended classes full-time had a graduation rate higher than the national average for students in this category.

After eight years, the graduation rate was 82%.

Nationwide, the average graduation rate for non first-time undergraduates attending classes full-time is: 49.57% after four years, 53.83% after six years, and 55.07% after eight years.

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ANHO Non First-Time / Full-Time Graduation Rate vs. National Average

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Returning / Full-Time Completions ANHO Nationwide
Four Years 0% 49.57%
Six Years 82% 53.83%
Eight Years 82% 55.07%

Non First-Time / Full-Time ANHO Drop Out Rates

55 non first-time / part-time students or 18% did not complete their degree within eight years.

Of those who did not finish:

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First-Time / Part-Time Non-Completions Undergraduates Percentage
Still Enrolled 0 0.00%
Transferred 16 29.09%
Dropped Out 39 70.91%

Non First-Time / Part-Time Graduation Rates

Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on ANHO returning, part-time students.

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