Six Year Graduation Rate

The 6-Year Graduation Rate is the percent of the First-Time, Full-Time freshmen on the Kent Campus that earn a Bachelor’s degree within six years.  The goal is to reach a 65% 6-year graduation rate for the freshmen that start in the fall of 2021.

Peer Institution 6-Year Graduation Rate
Source: IPEDS (Bachelor degree within 6 years)
UnitID Institution Name 2006-12 2007-13 2008-2014 2009-15 2010-2016
204857 Ohio University-Main Campus 63.00% 66.00% 67.00% 66.00%  
203517 Kent State University at Kent 52.00% 52.00% 55.55% 56.00% 55.00%
139940 Georgia State University 51.00% 53.00% 53.00% 54.00%  
172699 Western Michigan University 56.00% 55.00% 54.00% 54.00%  
227216 University of North Texas 48.00% 50.00% 50.00% 52.00%  
225511 University of Houston 46.00% 48.00% 48.00% 51.00%  
230728 Utah State University 50.00% 51.00% 49.00% 49.00%  
Aspirational Institution 6-Year Graduation Rate
Source: IPEDS (Bachelor degree within 6 years)
UnitID Institution Name 2006-12 2007-13 2008-2014 2009-15 2010-16
214777 Penn State University-Main Campus 86.00% 85.00% 86.00% 86.00%  
217882 Clemson University 82.00% 83.00% 82.00% 81.00%  
216339 Temple University 66.00% 66.00% 69.00% 71.00%  
137351 University of South Florida 57.00% 63.00% 67.00% 68.00%  
234030 Virginia Commonwealth University 56.00% 57.00% 59.00% 62.00%  
203517 Kent State University at Kent 52.00% 52.00% 55.00% 56.00% 55.00%