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CCSU Graduation and Retention Rates of Full-Time, First-Time Students. October 7, 2009 Presented to the Retention and Graduation Council. Dr. Braden J. Hosch Director of Institutional Research and Assessment. Full-Time, First-Time Students.

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ccsu graduation and retention rates of full time first time students

CCSU Graduation and Retention Rates of Full-Time, First-Time Students

October 7, 2009

Presented to the Retention and Graduation Council

Dr. Braden J. Hosch

Director of Institutional Research and Assessment

full time first time students
Full-Time, First-Time Students
  • The group on which federal graduation rates and retention rates are measured
    • Typical student entering directly from high school in fall semesters only
    • Has not attended other post-secondary institutions as a degree-seeking student
    • Degree-seeking at CCSU
    • Full-time in fall of entry
credit hour completion and gpa as predictors of graduation
Credit Hour Completion and GPA as Predictors of Graduation
  • Analysis of progress from second, third, and fourth year to graduation six years after initial entry
  • Major factors:
    • Credit hours completed
    • Cumulative GPA
  • Factors that become less important:
    • Gender
    • Race/ethnicity
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CCSU Graduation and Retention Rates of Full-Time, First-Time Students

October 7, 2009

Presented to the Retention and Graduation Council

Dr. Braden J. Hosch

Director of Institutional Research and Assessment

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