How long does it take to earn a degree at Best Care College? Find out how many students return after their freshman year, how long it takes to graduate, and what happens to the students who don't.
The freshmen retention rate applies to first-time / full-time students who come back for their second year.
With 66% students making it past their freshmen year, Best Care College has freshmen retention rates similar to the national average.
Nationwide, the average first to second year retention rate is 70.57%.
When looking at just colleges and universities in New Jersey, the average is 74.83%.
|Best Care College||66%|
There were approximately 189 students in the class of 2015. How many of them actually completed their degree in a timely fashion?
After four years 84% of the cohort graduated. After six years 84% had completed their degree, and 84% after eight years.
The official graduation rate of Best Care College is 84%. This is the percentage of students who completed their degree within 150% of the published time. That means six years for a standard bachelor's degree program.
|Did Not Complete||35||16%|
First-time, full-time students under the age of 25 are much more likely to graduate in four years. Some schools cater to mostly traditional students while others cater to 'non-traditional' students. So called 'non-traditional' students include part-time students or those who may be returning after an absense. It is common for part-time and/or adult students to take longer to graduate.
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.
The majority of students at Best Care College are considered 'traditional students' who are first-time attending full-time.
Examining the graduation rates of the specific cohorts shown below may be more revealing than looking at the overall graduaton rates.
First-time / full-time students at Best Care College represent 100% of the students in the class of 2015, and 100.00% of Best Care College bachelor's degree graduations.
With a four-year graduation rate of 84%, first-time students in the Best Care College class of 2015 who attended classes full-time were more likely than average to graduate on time.
After six years, the Best Care College graduation rate was 84%, and by the eight year mark, 84% 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.
|First-Time / Full-Time Completions||Best Care College||Nationwide|
35 first-time / full-time students or 16% did not complete their degree within eight years.
Of those who did not finish:
0 are still enrolled.
0 transferred to another institution.
Best Care College lost contact with the remaining 35 who we assumed dropped out.
|First-Time / Full-Time Non-Completions||Undergraduates||Percentage|
Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on Best Care College first-time, part-time students.
Unfortunately, we don’t have access to data on Best Care College returning, part-time students.