Ivy League Graduation Rates Comparison Chart

Ivy League Graduation Rates Comparison Chart

Graduation Rate Comparison

Next table compares 2016 graduation rates between schools in Ivy League. The average graduation rate of schools in Ivy League is 95.42% where 13,220 students out of 13,855 candidates have complete their courses and degrees. The rate is cacluated as the total number of completers withing 150% of normal time (for eaxample, 6 years for 4 years BS program) divided by the candidates. The numbers in parenthesis() represent data by gender (men/women) for each cell respectively.

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Graduation Rate Comparison - Ivy League
NameGraduation RateCompletersCandidates
Yale University96.78%
(96.02% / 97.54%)
1,263
(628 / 635)
1,305
(654 / 651)
Harvard University97.59%
(96.73% / 98.45%)
1,622
(798 / 824)
1,662
(825 / 837)
Dartmouth College94.14%
(94.19% / 94.10%)
1,029
(503 / 526)
1,093
(534 / 559)
Princeton University96.84%
(96.18% / 97.51%)
1,256
(629 / 627)
1,297
(654 / 643)
Columbia University in the City of New York95.18%
(95.08% / 95.29%)
1,363
(695 / 668)
1,432
(731 / 701)
Cornell University93.48%
(91.95% / 94.99%)
2,967
(1,450 / 1,517)
3,174
(1,577 / 1,597)
University of Pennsylvania95.34%
(94.02% / 96.59%)
2,290
(1,100 / 1,190)
2,402
(1,170 / 1,232)
Brown University95.97%
(96.11% / 95.84%)
1,430
(692 / 738)
1,490
(720 / 770)
Total95.42%
(94.61% / 96.21%)
13,220
(6,495 / 6,725)
13,855
(6,865 / 6,990)

Transfer-out Rate Comparison

Next table compares 2016 transfer-out rates between schools in Ivy League. The average transfer-out rate of schools in Ivy League is 0.00% where 0 students have transffered out from schools out of 0 graduation candidates. The transfer-out rate is cacluated as the number of transfer-out students divided by total number of graduation candidates.

Transfer-out Rate Comparison - Ivy League
NameTransfer-out RateTransfer-outTotal Students
Yale University0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
1,305
(654 / 651)
Harvard University0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
1,662
(825 / 837)
Dartmouth College0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
1,093
(534 / 559)
Princeton University0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
1,297
(654 / 643)
Columbia University in the City of New York0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
1,432
(731 / 701)
Cornell University0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
3,174
(1,577 / 1,597)
University of Pennsylvania0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
2,402
(1,170 / 1,232)
Brown University0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
1,490
(720 / 770)
Total0.00%
(0.00% / 0.00%)
0
(0 / 0)
0
(0 / 0)

Retention Rate Comparison

Next table compares 2016 retention rates betweenschools in Ivy League. The average retention rate of schools in Ivy League is 97.50% for full-time studentsand 94.00% for part-time students. Retention rate is the percentage of a school's first-time, first-year undergraduate students who continue at that school the next year (Sophomore year).

Retention Rate Comparison - Ivy League
NameFull-timePart-time
Yale University99%-
Harvard University98%-
Dartmouth College96%-
Princeton University98%-
Columbia University in the City of New York96%91%
Cornell University97%-
University of Pennsylvania98%97%
Brown University98%-
Average97.50% 94.00%

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