Marshall University
Office of Institutional Research
Graduation Rates of First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen
Cohort Group: 2004
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Total First-Time Full-Time Freshmen          
  Fall 2004 Fall 2004 Fall 2004 Overall Four-Class Overall Four-Class Overall Four-Class
  Cohort Cohort Cohort 2001-2004 Cohort 2001-2004 Cohort 2001-2004 Cohort
  No. of Students Graduation Rate Transfer-Out Rate Total No. Students Average Graduation Rate Transfer-Out Rate
Race            
  Nonresident Alien 0 *** *** 1 *** ***
  Black, Non-Hispanic 50 *** 32.0% 172 5.2% 26.2%
  American Indian/Alaska Native 1 *** *** 4 *** ***
  Asian/Pacific Islander 1 *** *** 7 *** ***
  Hispanic 1 *** *** 12 *** 25.0%
  White, Non-Hispanic 301 10.6% 22.6% 1092 11.9% 19.4%
  Other 18 *** 22.2% 85 7.1% 15.3%
  Total 372 9.7% 23.9% 1373 10.7% 20.0%
Gender            
  Male 187 6.4% 21.4% 694 8.2% 17.7%
  Female 185 13.0% 26.5% 679 13.3% 22.2%
  Total 372 9.7% 23.9% 1373 10.7% 20.0%
***For confidentiality reasons if the completers or transfer out number is less than or equal to two, the graduation or transfer out rate is not shown.
The cohort groups include those individuals who enter Marshall Community and Technical College as First-Time Full-Time Freshmen 
who are seeking an associate degree or a certificate.
The Graduation Rate is the percent of those students who received their degree within 150% of the normal time to complete a degree 
which is within three years for associate degrees and eighteen months for certificates.
Effective 2004-2005, the Marshall Community and Technical College is reported as a separate institution from Marshall University.
Source:  IPEDS Graduation Rate Surveys.