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Graduation rates for Colorado four-year public institutions offering bachelor's degrees

Graduation rates - percent earning bachelor's degree within four, five and six years (students entering as first-time, full time degree-seeking freshman, in fall), three-year summary

The summary below details graduation rates for all Colorado four-year public institutions -- for all students entering as new fall (or summer) freshmen and graduating from the original institution (someone graduating from another school counts the same as someone not graduating at all). 

Graduation rates for four, five and six years are shown. The typical comparison is done on six-year graduation rates. For the most recent 2007 six-year graduation rates, students entered as new freshmen in summer and fall of 2001.

CU-Boulder has one of the highest six-year graduation rates in the state, and the highest of all the four-year colleges and universities in Colorado except Colorado School of Mines, a specialized engineering institution.

Colorado Four-year Public 2005 Graduation rate - Bachelor's degree   2006 Graduation rate - Bachelor's degree   2007 Graduation rate - Bachelor's degree
Within 4 years Within 5 years Within 6 years   Within 4 years Within 5 years Within 6 years   Within 4 years Within 5 years Within 6 years
Adams State College 16 34 39   14 26 31   15 27 32
Colorado School of Mines 39 65 67   40 65 68   41 63 67
Colorado State University 34 58 63   35 60 64   35 58 62
Colorado State University-Pueblo 12 27 35   16 26 31   18 31 36
Fort Lewis College 10 24 28   13 28 32   13 27 30
Mesa State College 9 21 28   11 26 32   16 33 41
Metropolitan State College of Denver 6 15 20   6 17 24   6 16 23
University of Colorado at Boulder 38 61 66   38 61 66   41 63 67
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 15 32 39   23 38 42   22 36 41
University of Colorado Denver 16 32 42   14 27 36   13 30 39
University of Northern Colorado 26 42 46   29 46 49   30 45 48
Western State College of Colorado 12 32 36   12 28 31   20 34 36

Source: Department of Education Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Graduation Rate Survey, 2005-2007.

 

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