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Preface
General Information
Student Information
Academic Programs
Degrees and Majors
Degree Characteristics
Freshmen Graduates
Transfer Graduates
Graduation Rates
Total Degrees
Bachelors Degrees
Masters Degrees
Degrees by College
Degrees Conferred
Declared Majors
Library & Con Ed
Faculty/Staff
Budget/Facilities
Sources of Data
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Graduation Rates
FT/FT Freshmen Cohort Fall 1997 Institutional Six-Year Graduation Rate Six-Year Graduation Rate Within USG
Research Universities
University of Georgia 4,353 71% 75%
Georgia Institute of Technology 2,058 69% 74%
Georgia State University 1,906 32% 39%
Regional Universities
Georgia Southern University 2,596 37% 47%
Valdosta State University 1,589 33% 43%
Metropolitan State Universities
Kennesaw State University 1,143 30% 38%
Southern Polytechnic State University 386 23% 32%
Columbus State University 586 24% 30%
Augusta State University 722 20% 28%
Armstrong Atlantic State University 688 20% 25%
Clayton College and State University 119 14% 18%
Non-Metropolitan State Universities
North Georgia College and State Univ. 565 46% 57%
Georgia College and State University 818 35% 48%
Georgia Southwestern State University 412 34% 40%
State University of West Georgia 1,208 31% 40%
Historically Black State Universities
Albany State University 504 33% 36%
Fort Valley State University 502 30% 33%
Savannah State University 454 18% 20%
 
Highlights
  • Six-year graduation rates are calculated on those students who enter the institution during the summer or fall term as first-time, full-time students and complete their degree programs within six years of that initial start date.
     
  • Metropolitan state universities as well as Georgia State University have substantially lower six-year graduation rates than non-metropolitan institutions, especially those that serve traditional-age students primarily.