Graduation Data

In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act, Thomas More University publishes graduation rates by gender, race/ethnicity, and federal financial aid.  Data is available for the most recent cohort that has had 150 percent of normal time for completion. The cohort includes full-time, first-time, bachelor degree-seeking students.  Disaggregated rates are not disclosed if the number of cohort students is less than 10.

Graduation Rates-Cohort Year 2012

Total Cohort StudentsFour Year Graduation RateFive Year Graduation rateSix Year Graduation Rate
26035%46%48%

Graduation Rates by Gender-Cohort Year 2012

Four Year Graduation RateFive Year Graduation RateSix Year Graduation Rate
Male28%37%37%
Female46%59%62%

Graduation Rates by Ethnicity/Race-Cohort Year 2012

Four Year Graduation RateFive Year Graduation RateSix Year Graduation Rate
Nonresident Alien100%100%100%
Hispanic/LatinoNot disclosedNot disclosedNot disclosed
American Indian or Alaska NativeNo cohort studentsNo cohort studentsNo cohort students
AsianNot disclosedNot disclosedNot disclosed
Black or African American5%14%14%
Native Hawaii or Other Pacific IslandsNo cohort studentsNo cohort studentsNo cohort students
White38%49%51%
Two or more racesNot disclosedNot disclosedNot disclosed
Race/Ethnicity Unknown43%57%57%

Graduation Rates by Federal Aid-Cohort Year 2012

Six Year Graduation Rate
Recipients of a Pell Grant44%
Recipients of a Subsidized Stafford Loan who did not receive a Pell Grant45%
Did not receive either a Pell Grant or Subsidized Stafford Loan57%