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 Graduation Rates 2015 - 2022

Graduation Rates 2015 - 2022

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In 2011, the four year graduation rate was 89%, the six year graduation rate was 98%.

In 2012, the four year graduation rate was 90%, the six year graduation rate was 95%.

In 2013, the four year graduation rate was 90%, the six year graduation rate was 96%.

In 2014, the four year graduation rate was 91%, the six year graduation rate was 97%.

In 2015, the four year graduation rate was 92%, the six year graduation rate was 96%.

In 2016, the four year graduation rate was 88%, the six year graduation rate was 93%.

In 2017, the four year graduation rate was 83%.

In 2018, the four year graduation rate was 86%.

Data for admission years 2017 and 2018 are not yet available for calculating the six year graduation rates. This data excludes graduates who purposely opted to extend their matriculation.

The data source is the Office of Institutional Assessment and Accreditation (OIAA) database, which includes data from the Heritage College Admissions and Student Affairs Offices and the Ohio University Registrar.

Last updated: September 20, 2022