Marshall University
Office of Institutional Research
Graduation Rates of Marshall University First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen
Cohort Group: 1997
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Total First-Time Full-Time Freshmen    
      Fall 1997 Fall 1997 Overall Four-Class
  Cohort Cohort 1994-1997 Cohort
      No. of Students Graduation Rate Average Graduation Rate
  Race      
  American Indian/Alaska Native 0 *** ***
  Asian/Pacific Islander 0 *** ***
  Black, Non-Hispanic 10 *** 11.4%
  Hispanic 1 *** ***
  White, Non-Hispanic 120 21.7% 23.0%
  Nonresident Alien 1 *** ***
  Other 33 9.1% 13.3%
    Total 165 20.0% 21.5%
  Gender      
  Male 66 16.7% 14.9%
  Female 99 22.2% 25.6%
    Total 165 20.0% 21.5%
***For confidentiality reasons if the number of completers is two or less, the graduation rate is not shown.
Notes:
The cohort groups include those individuals who enter Marshall University as First-Time Full-Time Freshmen
who are seeking an associate degree.
The Graduation Rate is the percent of those students who received their associate degree within 150% of the 
normal time to complete a degree, which is within three years after they entered or who received their
baccalaureate degree within 150% of the normal time to complete a degree, which is within six years after 
they entered.
Source:  IPEDS Graduation Rate Surveys