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*Retention and Graduation Rates

 


Retention / Graduation Trend Charts

New Freshmen Retention and Graduation (All Campus, Pullman, Honors College) Updated Fall 2017!

First Generation New Freshmen (All Campus)Updated Fall 2017!

First Generation New Freshmen / Transfer (Pullman Campus)

Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange – CSRDE – Updated Fall 2017!

WSU Pullman New Freshmen, Fall entry, Number of Years to Graduation

New Freshmen Retention Within Academic Areas From Entry to Graduation in FY 2008-09

New Transfer Retention Within Academic Areas From Entry to Graduation in FY 2008-09

WSU Student Achievement Measure

Student-Right-to-Know Student Athlete Graduation Rate

*Retention and graduation rates are tracked for new first-time, full-time freshmen and new transfers entering from a Washington community college with an Associate Degree (AA, AS, AST). Currently, the six-year (within 150% of normal time to degree) graduation rates for new freshmen are calculated for WSU Pullman. WSU Vancouver and WSU Tri-Cities began admitting freshmen in 2006 and 2007, respectively. Graduation rates will be compiled for the cohorts in 2012 and 2013, respectively. Transfer student graduation rates are university-wide.

Cumulative and Semester GPA


Undergrad Cumulative and Term GPA by Level and Campus (Fall 2012-Spring 2016)

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