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The 6-year graduation rate (150 percent graduation rate) for first-time, full-time undergraduate students who began seeking a bachelor’s degree at a 4-year degree-granting institution in fall 2010 was 60 percent. That is, by 2016 some 60 percent of students had completed a bachelor’s degree at the same institution where they started in 2010.

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Just over half of all college students actually end up with a degree in their hands, a report released this week found. Only 52.9 percent of students who enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities ...

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Graduation season is in full swing, but what do we really know about all those fresh-faced young adults in black robes — what they actually studied, what their chances are of landing a decent job, how they’ll look back on their college years? Here’s our data roundup: 1 Only about 56% of students earn degrees within six years.

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College Enrollment and Work Activity of Recent High School and College Graduates Technical Note ; Table 1. Labor force status of 2017 high school graduates and 2016-17 high school dropouts 16 to 24 years old by school enrollment, educational attainment, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, October 2017

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How much debt do students graduate with in your state or at a particular college? Use the interactive map below and the other links on this page to explore those questions and more for the Class of 2017.

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What percentage of Americans have a college degree? This graph shows the percentage of the U.S. with a college degree from 1940 to 2017, by gender. In 2017, around 34.6 percent of women graduated ...

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Most College Students Don't Graduate On Time ... colleges measure graduation at 150 percent of the time it should take to complete a degree – typically six years for a bachelor's degree and ...

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There are two different things going on in this chart. First, a significant number of college grads appear to be underemployed: In 2010, only 62 percent of U.S. college graduates had a job that ...

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Most College Students Don’t Earn a Degree in 4 Years, Study Finds ... including a majority of community college students — but only one in 10 remedial students ever graduate. Also, 60 percent ...

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Reflecting the overall decline in the dropout rate between 2000 and 2016, the rates also declined for White, Black, and Hispanic students. Immediate College Enrollment. The percentage of students enrolling in college in the fall immediately following high school completion was 69.8 percent in 2016 . Postsecondary Demographics