Topic: Four-year graduation rate

Four-Year Graduation Rate Rises from 51 to 66 Percent

Sept. 20, 2017
UT Austin

Graduation rates continue to climb at UT Austin, with the four-year rate reaching 65.7 percent in 2017, up almost 5 percentage points from last year and setting a university record.

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Graduation, Retention, Diversity Rates Climb at UT Austin

Sept. 24, 2015
UT Austin campus

The four-year graduation rate is now 57.7 percent — the highest on record and an increase of 2.6 percentage points from the previous year. More than 500 additional undergrad students graduated on time this year when compared with five years ago.

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University Launches New Tools to Help Answer 'What's Your Major?' for Prospective Students

Nov. 19, 2012

As part of the university's initiative to improve four-year graduation rates, The University of Texas at Austin has launched a set of interactive tools to help prospective students evaluate their readiness for college-level instruction and select a major.

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Pilot Program Aims to Increase Four-Year Graduation Rates and Reduce Student Loan Debt

Oct. 4, 2012

The University of Texas at Austin is testing a program to measure whether students can be encouraged to complete their degrees quickly by offering them forgiveness of the most expensive loans they must borrow to attend the university.

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New Study Confirms Benefits of a Research University to Student Success

May 30, 2012

About 89 percent of all undergraduate students and 94 percent of seniors participate in some type of research while at The University of Texas at Austin, according to a new study released this month from the Office of Assessment for the university's Division of Student Affairs. Based on a survey of 13,120 undergraduates, the report reveals that 71 percent of students agree that the university is strongly committed to undergraduate education.

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