On June 1, 2021, the schools of Arts and Humanities and Natural and Social Sciences will officially launch as the School of Arts and Sciences. This data will be updated to reflect that change.
This downward trajectory has occurred across each of the schools and programs available to students. The college’s efforts are focused on identifying why students leave and positively impacting this rate at the college, school, and program level. Specific data from schools and these programs are listed below.
It should be noted that students are counted by identified major as well as enrollment in special programs:
Based on college-wide decreases in persistence and retention, all efforts to enhance academic achievement and improve persistence and retention will need to be coordinated. PACUR put forth a recommendation to the President that new initiatives be presented to this group as a representative and cross-functional body. The committee can assist in making connections to other existing efforts, avoid duplication, and share guidance as well as help move efforts to the Cabinet and President for consideration.
All persistence, retention, and graduation data are available by student type, residential status, school, and department, support programs, gender, ethnicity, and high school GPA through Tableau. Institutional Research (IR) provided training for deans and chairs regarding how to access and interpret this information.
Additional information pertaining to persistence, retention, and graduation data will be available on the Institutional Research (IR) website. Any additional questions or inquiries should be directed to Dr. Amitra Wall at email@example.com. Information on student success efforts and retention initiatives will be forthcoming.
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