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Graduation Rates

The following tables show the percent of full-time, degree-seeking students who entered Sweet Briar College in the fall semester of the given year and graduated within 6 years, or 150% of expected completion time.

 

Undergraduate cohort entering in the fall of:

2006

Overall 6-Year Graduation Rate

62%

Source: IPEDS Graduation Rates, 2012-13

 

Graduation Rates by Reported Race/Ethnicity

 

Under Title IV, Section 485(a)(7) of the Higher Education Act as amended, higher education institutions are required to disaggregate six-year graduation rates by race/ethnicity.  The race/ethnicity categories used below are consistent with those used by the National Center for Education Statistics’ Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and its surveys as well as the Common Data Set. 

 

 

Initial Cohort

6-Year Grad Rate

American Indian or Alaska Native

2

50%

Asian, Non-Hispanic

0

N/A

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

0

N/A

White, Non-Hispanic

168

63%

Black or African-American, Non-Hispanic

7

57%

Hispanic

5

80%

Two or More Races, Non-Hispanic

0

N/A

Unknown / Not Reported

8

50%

Nonresident Alien

0

N/A

Source: IPEDS Graduation Rates, 2012-13

 

Graduation Rates by Financial Aid Status


Under Title IV, Section 485(a)(7) of the Higher Education Act as amended, higher education institutions are required to disaggregate six-year graduation rates by financial aid status.  Specifically, the original entering Fall cohort is divided into three aid categories, namely: recipients of Pell Grants; students who did not receive Pell Grants but who were recipients of a subsidized federal loan; and students who received neither a Pell Grant nor a subsidized loan as part of their financial aid award package. 

 

 

Initial Cohort

6-Year Grad Rate

Pell Grant Recipients

28

57%

Subsidized Stafford Loan Recipients without Pell Grants

55

62%

Neither Pell nor Subsidized Stafford Loan

107

64%