Graduation Rates by Race/Ethnicity

About this Indicator

Graduation rates by race and ethnicity are defined by the proportion of first-time, full-time certificate/degree-seeking students who transferred or completed an associate degree or certificate at a public two-year college within three years or completed a bachelor’s degree at a public four-year institution or private not-for-profit four-year institution within six years (without accounting for transfer to another institution).

Data Source

National Center for Education Statistics. IPEDS: Graduation rates.