Graduation/Completion Rates by First-Time Full-Time Freshmen

Increasing graduation rates is one of Georgia College's strategic goals. Factors that affect graduation rates include the student's academic preparation for college, motivation and study habits, finances, work, interaction with faculty, amount of financial aid available, and degree of fit between the student and institution. The graduation rate is the proportion of students who enter as first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students in a given summer or fall who earn a degree within 150 percent of the nominal time needed to complete the degree (Source: USG).

GC GOAL: Increase graduation rates - By FY15, Georgia College seeks to achieve a 6-year graduation rate of 62%, approximately 7 percentage points higher than current benchmark data.

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