University of Florida
Undergraduate Graduation Rates - Six-Year Rates for FTIC Cohorts
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First-time-in-college (FTIC) cohort is defined as undergraduates entering in fall term (or summer continuing to fall) with fewer than 12 hours earned since high school graduation. The rate is the percentage of the initial cohort that has either graduated or is still enrolled in the fourth or sixth academic year. Both full-time and part-time students are used in the calculation. Note: Students of degree programs longer than four years are included in the cohorts. The initial cohort is revised to remove students, who have allowable exclusions as defined by IPEDS, from the cohort. Students with unreported gender are included.
*Please use caution when comparing data across institutions within the State University System, because they have significantly different missions, student populations, etc. Comparisons with peer institutions are more meaningful.