Retention Rates by Gender

One-Year Retention of Undergraduate Cohorts by Gender

  New Freshman, full-time New Freshman,
part-time
Transfer,
lower-division
Transfer,
upper-division
Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male
Start Term Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret
FA2000 20 80% 14 43% Small N 0 N/A 48 67% 45 64% 10 50% 15 53%
FA2001 36 64% 28 39% Small N Small N 52 58% 35 80% 21 71% 12 42%
FA2002 17 59% 29 55% Small N Small N 42 71% 36 61% 21 48% 12 75%
FA2003 18 78% 20 80% Small N 0 N/A 20 70% 31 74% 29 72% 11 73%
FA2004 10 70% 14 57% Small N 0 N/A 35 77% 39 69% 15 80% Small N
FA2005 25 68% 18 83% Small N Small N 32 72% 34 71% 9 56% 6 50%
FA2006 29 72% 37 65% Small N 0 N/A 23 65% 25 80% Small N 8 63%
FA2007 31 55% 28 57% 0 N/A 0 N/A 29 86% 32 66% Small N Small N
FA2008 41 41% 17 59% 0 N/A 0 N/A 20 85% 22 59% Small N Small N
FA2009 31 61% 24 67% 0 N/A 0 N/A 20 85% 13 77% Small N Small N
FA2010 39 54% 34 53% Small N 0 N/A 43 58% 30 57% 7 71% 7 71%
FA2011 44 66% 43 60% Small N 0 N/A 39 69% 31 65% 15 67% 7 57%
FA2012 51 67% 30 63% Small N 0 N/A 40 68% 32 59% 15 47% 11 55%
Recent
5-Year
Avg
41 58% 30 60% Small N 0 N/A 32 73% 26 63% 9 67% 6 57%

 

One-Year Retention of Graduate Cohorts by Gender
Post-Baccalaureate cohort not included; the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program lasts a year

  Master of Fine Arts Master of Arts
Female Male Female Male
Start Term Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret Cohort %Ret
FA2000 24 96% 23 83% MA programs introduced
Fall of 2006
FA2001 32 78% 22 77%
FA2002 42 95% 38 89%
FA2003 48 94% 40 85%
FA2004 42 90% 28 96%
FA2005 42 100% 27 100%
FA2006 51 82% 49 90% 12 75% Small N
FA2007 41 98% 29 100% 13 77% 0 N/A
FA2008 56 96% 36 97% 6 83% Small N
FA2009 33 85% 25 96% 15 87% Small N
FA2010 51 90% 29 93% 9 100% Small N
FA2011 50 90% 39 85% 12 92% Small N
FA2012 29 86% 25 84% 12 100% Small N
Recent
5-Year Avg
44 90% 31 91% 11 92% 2 95%