Tennessee Independent Colleges
and Universities Association

Private Colleges Serving Tennessee


6-Year Graduation Rates for Adult Students (Over Age 24
at First Entry), Fall 2006 Cohort

 
In 6 years or less, 61.3 % of adult students (students who began college over the age of 24 years) at Tennessee's private, non-profit institutions earned a degree. This number includes students who graduated from the institution at which they began, as well as students who graduated from a different institution than the one at which they first enrolled.

Source: National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, Signature Report: State Supplement, Completing College: A State-Level View of Student Attainment Rates, February 2013.

Message from TICUA President Claude Pressnell: This message is part of an ongoing series of charts that the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association will share in the coming months, highlighting the impact of our 34 member campuses. We hope that you will find this information helpful. Please contact us for additional information either by phone at 615-242-6400 or email at research@ticua.org.