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What is Student Right-To-Know?
Student Right-To-Know is a federal law that requires all colleges and universities to disclose certain information to students. This handout provides the information that a university must provide to students on graduation rates and transfer-out rates for full-time students seeking degrees at Metropolitan State University.
What is a graduation rate and what is a transfer-out rate?
Federal regulations specify how to calculate the graduation and transfer rates. The rates come from a study of Metropolitan State students who started at the university in the fall of 2010. The study includes all first-time students who enrolled full-time that fall and were seeking to earn a degree at the university. The graduation rate is the percentage of these students who graduated from Metropolitan State University within six years. The transfer-out rate is the percentage of these students who did not graduate from Metropolitan State, but instead transferred to another college or university within six years.
What are the graduation and transfer-out rates for Metropolitan State University students and how do they compare to rates for other universities?
Note: These rates do not report on all students at Metropolitan State University. The 36 first-time, full-time students in the study were less than 1 percent of all undergraduate students enrolled at Metropolitan State in fall of 2010.
Why don’t more Metropolitan State University students graduate or transfer in six years?
|Metropolitan State University||Graduation Rate||Transfer-out Rate||Combined Rate|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||*||*||*|
|Black or African American||*||*||*|
|Hispanic of any race||*||*||*|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||*||*||*|
|Two or more races||*||*||*|
|Unknown race and ethnicity||*||*||*|
|Pell Grant Recipient||32%||27%||59%|
|Received neither Pell nor Subsidized Stafford Loans||*||*||*|
|Received Subsidized Stafford Loans, but no Pell||*||*||*|
* Suppressed to protect student privacy.
Due to rounding, percentages may not always appear to add up.