Unfortunately, College Factual was unable to find data on AJMLS graduation rates.
The percentage of first-time / full-time students who return for their second year is tracked as the freshmen retention rate.
Nationwide, the average first to second year retention rate is 70.57%.
When looking at just colleges and universities in Georgia, the average is 65.40%.
How many of the estimated 0 students in the class of 3 completed their degree within eight years?
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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 AJMLS graduation rate <nil>%.
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First-time, full-time students, under the age of 25 are known as traditional students. These students are more likely to graduate in four years than so called 'non-traditional' students that includes part-time students, transfer students, or adult learners. Some schools cater to non-traditional students and it may affect their overall graduation rates.
First-time, full-time students under the age of 25.
Any student that is not first-time, full-time, and under the age of 25.
Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on AJMLS first-time, full-time students.
Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on AJMLS first-time, part-time students.
Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on AJMLS returning, part-time students.