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Graduation Rates 2011-2012

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Full-time, first-time, degree-seeking undergraduates
Includes those who completed bachelor's degree within 150% of normal time (i.e., within six years)

Undergraduate cohort entering in the fall of: 2005
Overall graduation rate 91%

 

Graduation rates by gender
Male 90%
Female 92%

 

Graduation rates by race/ethnicity
American Indian or Alaskan Native 100%
Asian or Pacific Islander
89%
Black, Non-Hispanic 82%
Hispanic/Latino 93%
White, Non-Hispanic 92%
Nonresident Alien 81%
Race and ethnicity unknown 92%

 

Graduation rates by financial aid status
Pell Grant Recipients

90%

Subsidized Stafford Loan Recipients without Pell Grants

92%

Neither Pell nor Subsidized Stafford Loan

91%

Data source: IPEDS Graduation Rates 2011-2012

 

Undergraduate cohort entering in the fall of 2005
Graduation rates by gender and race/ethnicity
    Male  
     %     
 Female
%
 Total 
     %     
American Indian or Alaskan Native 100% 100% 100%
Asian or Pacific Islander 86% 93% 89%
Black, Non-Hispanic 79% 84% 82%
Hispanic/Latino 89% 95% 93%
White, Non-Hispanic 92% 92% 92%
Nonresident Alien 71% 90% 81%
Race and ethnicity unknown 89% 96% 92%
Completers within 150% Total 90% 92% 91%

Data source: IPEDS Graduation Rates 2011-2012

 

For a paper copy of this information, please contact the Boston College Office of Institutional Research at 617-552-3111 or oir@bc.edu.  The mailing address is Boston College, IRPA, St. Clement’s Hall, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467.