Official Graduation Rates for Marian University

Fall 2011 Cohort Dataset

This report contains the results of all first-time full-time bachelor's degree seeking students who began study at Marian University as a member of the Fall 2011  cohort. The students are measured against a federally mandated 150% time-to-degree time calculation. This means that the student has from enrollment in Fall 2011 classes until graduation in Spring 2017 to complete the requirements for and earn their bachelor's degree. Also included is a four cohort average graduation rate, based on the cohorts which began study at Marian University in Fall 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

The students are broken down by gender and race/ethnicity categories as defined on the federal government's Department of Education surveys required of all Title IV eligible institutions of higher education. Where there are five or fewer individuals in a category, the rates have not been disclosed in order to avoid revealing personally identifiable information and unreliable statistical information.

Information regarding graduates and the last four cohort's average is updated annually. Information regarding students receiving athletic aid and their academic performance towards graduation is available through the Office of Institutional Research or the Athletic Department.

Meeting people through student government
Getting involved in student government helped Oluwabanwo Adeniyi '21 feel like she’s part of the campus community.
Watch Bami's story
Building relationships with faculty and coaches
After he explored his college options, Conor Smith '20 decided to choose Marian because of his interest in athletics and exercise science.
Read Conor's story
Following her dream to be a dentist
After graduating cum laude with Marian's Class of 2017, Chrislyn (Church) Fite is well on her way.
Read Chrislyn's story

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*Placement rates are gathered from data collected from graduates within six months of graduation.