Facts & InstitutionalFiguresInstitutional Research and Analytics2019 - 2020
1The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020The College of New JerseyFacts & Institutional FiguresPrepared By:Institutional Research and Analytics OfficeMarie TuscanoExecutive Director of Institutional Research & [email protected] SizooResearch [email protected]: 609/771-2801Institutional Research and Analytics Homepage: http://ira.tcnj.edu
2The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ContentsMission & Vision 4At A Glance 5SYNPOSIS OF UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORS 7SYNPOSIS OF GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORS 9TOP 20 MOST POPULAR UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS 11AVERAGE SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST SCORES BY ADMIT TYPE FOR FIRST-TIMEFRESHMAN 12FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN ADMISSIONS ACTIVITY 13DISTRIBUTION OF COMPLETED ADMISSIONS APPLICATIONS AND ACCEPTEDOFFERS 14ENROLLMENT BY SCHOOL AND ATTENDANCE STATUS 15TRENDS IN TOTAL ENROLLMENT 17ETHNICITY OF STUDENTS 18COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY GENDER 20UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT BY GENDER AND RESIDENCE STATUS 21ENROLLMENT BY MAJOR 231st TO 2nd YEAR RETENTION FOR ENTERING FIRST-TIME, FULL-TIME FRESHMEN BYSCHOOL AND ETHNICITY 24GRADUATION RATES FOR ENTERING FIRST-TIME, FULL-TIME FRESHMAN ETHNICITYAND GENDER 25DEGREES GRANTED BY SCHOOL, DEGREE TYPE AND MAJOR 26EMPLOYEES BY ETHNICITY AND IPEDS OCCUPATIONAL CATEGORY 28EMPLOYEES BY GENDER 29NUMBER OF FACULTY BY RANK AND TENURE STATUS 30TENURE STATUS AMONG FULL-TIME TENURE TRACK FACULTY 31AVERAGE TOTAL COMPENSATION OF FULL-TIME FACULTY BY RANK 32STATEMENT OF OPERATING ACTIVITIES 33OPERATING REVENUE, EXPENSES AND TRANFERS 34CHANGE IN NET ASSETS 36
3The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020EXTERNALLY SPONSORED ACTIVITIES 37UNDERGRADUATE TUITION, FEES, ROOM AND BOARD CHARGES PER YEAR ANDANNUAL RATE OF INCREASE 38BUILDING INVENTORY 39COLLEGE LIBRARY 40THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY REGIONAL, NATIONAL, AND SPECIALIZEDACCREDITORS 41BOARD OF TRUSTEES 42
4The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020Mission & VisionMISSION STATEMENTThe College of New Jersey, founded in 1855 as the New Jersey State Normal School, isprimarily an undergraduate and residential college with targeted graduate programs. Groundedin the liberal arts, TCNJ’s personalized, collaborative, and rigorous education engagesstudents at the highest level within and beyond the classroom. TCNJ believes in thetransformative power of education to develop critical thinkers, responsible citizens, and lifelonglearners and leaders. The College empowers its diverse students, staff and faculty to sustainand enhance their communities both locally and globally.VISIONTCNJ will offer an unparalleled education in a vibrant, collaborative and inclusive community oflearners who will make a distinct mark on the world. By following our values, we will serve asa national exemplar of public higher education, and we will do this while being committed toaccessibility and affordability.
5The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020At A GlanceHISTORY/LOCATION1855 New Jersey State Normal School1908 New Jersey State Normal School at Trenton1929 New Jersey State Teachers College and State Normal School at Trenton1937 New Jersey State Teachers College at Trenton1958 Trenton State College1996 The College of New JerseyThe College of New Jersey (TCNJ) is a highly selective institution that has earned national recognitionfor its commitment to excellence. TCNJ currently is ranked as the No. 1 public institution in the northernregion of the country by U.S. News & World Report, and is considered a best value in higher educationby both Princeton Review and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. TCNJ was also awarded, in 2006, a PhiBeta Kappa chapter, an honor shared by less than 10 percent of colleges and universities nationally.The College of New Jersey’s academic tradition reaches back to 1855 when it was established by thestate legislature as the New Jersey State Normal School. It was the first teacher training school in thestate and the ninth in the nation. Governor Rodman Price, sometimes called the founder of the NewJersey Normal School, promoted the idea of a training institute for New Jersey’s teachers andmobilized support among influential state leaders.Originally located on Clinton Avenue in Trenton, the Normal School flourished in the latter 1800s,expanding both its academic offerings and physical facilities. In 1925, the first four-year baccalaureatedegree program was established. This change marked the beginning of TCNJ’s transition from anormal school to a teachers’ college and was accompanied by a change in physical surroundings. In1928, a beautiful 210-acre tract of land in Ewing Township was purchased as a new site for theCollege.Graduate study was instituted at the College in 1947, and accreditation from various nationalassociations was forthcoming in the 1950s. The enactment of the Higher Education Act of 1966 pavedthe way for TCNJ to become a multipurpose institution by expanding its degree programs into a varietyof fields other than education. By 1972, seventy percent of entering students were selecting nonteaching majors.In the 1970s, a period of declining enrollments nationwide, the College decided to raise, rather thanlower, its already high standards. Since that time, the academic profile of entering classes hascontinued to rise and as a result, the College has become one of the most competitive schools of itskind in the nation. Today the College provides academically prepared students with a challengingundergraduate education and a rewarding residential experience, small classes, and a prestigiousfaculty.
6The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ACADEMIC SCHOOLS, PROGRAMS AND DEGREESThe College of New Jersey emphasizes the undergraduate experience. A strong liberal arts core formsthe foundation for a wealth of degree programs offered through TCNJ’s seven schools—Arts &Communication; Business; Humanities & Social Sciences; Education; Science; Nursing, Health, &Exercise Science; and Engineering. The College is enriched by an honors program and extensiveopportunities to study abroad, and its award-winning First-Year Experience and freshman orientationprograms have helped make its retention and graduation rates among the highest in the country.CAMPUSKnown for its natural beauty, the College’s campus is set on 289 tree-lined acres in suburban EwingTownship. The College has 39 major buildings, including a state-of-the-art library; 14 residence hallsthat accommodate 3,600 students; an award-winning student center; more than 20 academic computerlaboratories; a full range of laboratories for nursing, microscopy, science, and technology; a musicbuilding with a 300-seat concert hall; and a collegiate recreation and athletic facilities complex. TCNJhas a full-time undergraduate enrollment of approximately 6,200 students (95 percent from NewJersey).STUDENT LIFEThe College of New Jersey encourages students to expand their talents and skills through more than150 organizations that are open to students. These groups range from performing ensembles andprofessional and honor societies to student publications, Greek organizations, as well as intramural andclub sports. The College also offers numerous leadership opportunities through the Student FinanceBoard, Student Government Association, and Residence Hall Government to name a few.ATHLETICSHigh achievement and scholarship in the classroom have been mirrored by the success of The Collegeof New Jersey’s varsity student-athletes. Since the 1978–79 Lion wrestling team captured the College’sfirst National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) team championship, TCNJ has established itselfas one of the nation’s most successful Division III (non-athletic scholarship) programs. Since 1979, TheCollege of New Jersey has amassed a total of 39 Division III crowns in six different sports. In addition,the Lions have posted 32 runner-up awards, giving the College an aggregate of 71 first- and secondplace finishes. That figure is tops among the nation’s 400-plus Division III colleges and universitiesduring the past 30 years. The Lions have also produced 54 Division III CoSIDA Academic AllAmericans.As impressive as the overall athletic record is, TCNJ’s accomplishment as a leader in women’s sportsis even greater. Since NCAA Championships were initiated for women in 1981, only TCNJ has won 32Division III team championships. The total does not include the Lions’ lacrosse championship in 1981 orthe softball championships in 1980 and 1981, which were sponsored by the AIAW (Association forIntercollegiate Athletics for Women) prior to women’s sports inclusion in the NCAA. In the fall of 1999,TCNJ’s women’s athletic program was voted as the top Division III institution for female studentathletes by Sports Illustrated for Women.
7The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020SYNPOSIS OF UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORSCollege-Wide ProgramsSchool of the Arts &CommunicationSchool of BusinessSelf-Designed MajorBAArt EducationArt HistoryCommunication StudiesVisual Arts (options available in Fine Arts, GraphicDesign and Lens-Based Art)Interactive MultimediaJournalism & Professional WritingMusic (options available in Performance andTeacher Preparation)BABABABFAAccountancyBusiness Administration (specializations inFinance, Interdisciplinary Business, InternationalBusiness, Management, Marketing)Economics (options available in SecondaryEducation and 7 Year Medical)BSBSSchool of EducationEarly Childhood Education (Special Education &Deaf and Hard of Hearing options)**Education of the Deaf and Hard ofHearing/Elementary Education**Elementary Education**Special Education/Elementary Education**Speech-Language Pathology & AudiologyUrban Education ****non-certification at the baccalaureate level; 5 year dual certification at the master’s levelSchool of EngineeringSchool of Humanities &Social SciencesBABABA,BMBA, BSBSBSBSBSBSBSBiomedical Engineering (7 Year Medical option)Civil EngineeringComputer EngineeringElectrical EngineeringEngineering Science (specializations inEngineering Management; 7 Year Medical option)Mechanical EngineeringIntegrative STEM EducationBSBMEBSCEBSCoEBSEEBSAfrican American l StudiesBABABABABABSMEBS
8The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020Philosophy **BAPolitical ScienceBAPsychologyBASociologyBASpanish***BAWorld Languages & LinguisticsBAWomen's and Gender StudiesBA** option in 7 Year Medical Programs *** options in Secondary Education and 7 YearMedical ProgramsSchool of Nursing, Health,and Exercise ScienceHealth and Exercise Science (option available inTeacher Preparation)NursingPublic Health (option for 5 Year MPH program)School of ScienceBiology*Chemistry*Computer ScienceMathematics*Physics**options available in Secondary Education and 7 Year Medical chelor of ArtsBachelor of Fine ArtsBachelor of MusicBachelor of ScienceBachelor of Arts in Biomedical EngineeringBachelor of Science in Civil EngineeringBachelor of Science in Computer EngineeringBachelor of Science in Electrical EngineeringBachelor of Science in EngineeringBachelor of Science in Mechanical EngineeringBachelor of Science in NursingBSBSNBSBS/BABSBSBSBS
9The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020SYNPOSIS OF GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORSMaster of ArtsMaster of Arts in TeachingSchool CounselingClinical Mental Health CounselingMarriage, Couples and Family Counseling andTherapyEnglishMAMAMAElementary Education (Leads to Certification)Early Childhood (Leads to Certification)Program A(no prior teaching certificate)Program B (already P-3 certified through alternateroute)MAT Early Childhood: Urban (available only tograduates of TCNJ’s undergraduate portion of thisprogram)MAT Elementary: Urban (available only tograduates of TCNJ’s undergraduate portion of thisprogram)Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing(available only to graduates of TCNJ’sundergraduate portion of this program)Secondary Education- English (Leads toCertification/new applicants not accepted after2017-18 academic year)Secondary Education- Social Studies (Leads toCertification/new applicants not accepted after2017-18 academic year)Secondary Education- Mathematics (Leads toCertification)Secondary Education- Science: Biology,Chemistry or Physics (Leads to Certification)Secondary Education-Technology Education2014-2015 PlannerSpecial Education (Leads to Certification)Alternate Route to Special Education AT
10The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020Special Education (options for secondaryeducation) (Leads to Certification)MATMaster of BusinessAdministrationData Analytics, Finance or Strategy, Innovation &LeadershipMBAMaster of EducationTeaching English as a Second LanguageReading (Leads to Certification)Reading (with Reading Specialist Certification)Educational Leadership: Instruction (through RTC)Educational Leadership (Leads to PrincipalCertification)Special Education (Must be Certified in SpecialEducation)Special Education (Must be Certified in OtherArea)Special Education- Teacher of Students withBlindness or Visual Impairment (Must be Certified)Integrative Science, Technology, Engineering andMath (I-STEM)MEDMEDMEDMEDMEDMaster of Public HealthPublic HealthMPHMaster of Science inNursingFamily Nurse PractitionerFamily Nurse Practitioner (for Certified NPs)MSNMSNAdult-Gerontological Nurse PractitionerNeonatal Nurse PractitionerPlanner 2008-2009Clinical Nurse Leader *Program recentlyhighlighted in Advance for Nurses.Bridge to the Master of Science in Nursing forRNs (not available for school nursing)School NurseMSNMSNMarriage and Family CounselingEDSEducational SpecialistMEDMEDMEDMEDMSNMSNMSN
11The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-202020 MOST POPULAR UNDERGRADUATE MAJORSFALL yPsychologyElementary EducationFinanceNursingCommunication StudiesMarketingCriminologyAccountancyMechanical EngineeringHealth & Exercise ScienceManagementComputer ScienceEarly Childhood EducationPolitical ScienceSpecial EducationInteractive MultimediaBiomedical EngineeringMathematicsPublic HealthNote: Ranks are based on primary major enrollment counts.SOURCE: IRA Enrollment data
12The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020AVERAGE SAT SCORES BY ADMIT TYPE FOR FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN ENTERINGFALL 2019SAT Evidence Based Reading/Writing ScoresRegular AdmitsEOF AdmitsAll AdmitsNational AverageNew Jersey Average634566625531544SAT Mathematics ScoresRegular AdmitsEOF AdmitsAll AdmitsNational AverageNew Jersey Average644556634528545Source: Institutional research & Analytics/College Board 2019*Scores for SAT tests taken prior to 2016 have been converted to new SAT 2016 scores usingthe College Board’s concordance tables.
13The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN ADMISSIONS ACTIVITYFALL 2019TotalApplicationsOfferedAdmissionOffer 588647.4%148625.2%141492565.4%11912.9%All StudentsTotalNJ ResidentsTotalNon ResidentTotalFIRST-TIME FRESHMEN FALL SEMESTER ADMISSIONS TRENDSFall 2012 - 2019Number of ApplicationsReceivedNumber of AcceptancesNumber of Students 531,4571,5421,5511,605Accept Ratio:46%43%49%49%49%48%49%49%Enrollment Yield:29%29%26%26%25%25%23%23%Source: Institutional Research & Analytics
14The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020DISTRIBUTION OF COMPLETED ADMISSIONS APPLICATIONS AND ACCEPTEDOFFERSFIRST-TIME FRESHMAN FROM SELECT STATESFALL 2019StateTotalApplications% of Total12,41089.8%New nois270.2%Texas240.2%Florida240.2%Other2792.0%New JerseyStateTotal ApplicationsNew JerseyNew necticutIllinoisTexasOffersAccepted1486% of TotalPennsylvania422.6%New York422.6%New 05100%OtherNew JerseyTotal All OffersAccepted92.6%Total Offers AcceptedInstitutional Research & Analytics fall 2019 Admissions dataNew YorkMarylandMassachusetts
15The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ENROLLMENT BY SCHOOL AND ATTENDANCE STATUSFALL 2015-201920152016201720182019College 6693469937181695680618693640Undergraduate Total 496672868236981272291227225208Graduate Total 70200423389391468432School of Arts 7School of 1165117611871190264128343033321Part-TimeSchool of Humanities & 4178101081516172016
16The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020Fall Enrollment ContinuedSchool of 54324352196180211148164300349243176188School of 8705578713--252523231818School of Nursing, Health &Exercise 1142School of ated/Visiting/Undeclared/Independent -TimePart-TimeOfficial Census Date headcountsNote: Enrollment counts include first majors only.
17The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020TRENDS IN TOTAL ENROLLMENTFALL 2015-2019UGRD Full-Time423225UGRD Part-TimeGRAD Full-Time3893912202062722916486649620152016GRAD 2019TRENDS IN TOTAL ENROLLMENT BY SCHOOLFall 2015 – 0182019School of Arts & CommunicationsSchool of BusinessSchool of Humanities & Social SciencesSchool of EducationSchool of EngineeringSchool of Nursing, Health & Exercise ScienceSchool of Science
18The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ETHNICITY OF STUDENTSFALL 41803826838Native American1712978Native Hawaiian*211416178Not Reported368260228257317Two or More Races*3025343791Non-Resident 53Asian3733294142Native American21134Native Hawaiian*22742Not Reported74516496122Two or More Races*10001Non-Resident Alien*00020Total648609597638632Official Census Date enrollment counts
19The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ETHNICITY OF STUDENTS BY SCHOOLFALL 2019Undergraduate ericanNativeHawaiianNonResident AlienNotReportedTwo ormoreracesWhiteTotal4759114001236532782School of Business59116189011258127731220School of Humanities& Social Sciences12012825313762199211514School of Education2351106214347619847School of Engineering2880100026299464718School of NursingHealth & ExerciseScienceSchool of on-Matriculated/Visiting & Other92414100293111191Total TotalSchool of Business532000501833School of Humanities& Social Sciences112000002024School of Education181829410371244352School of Engineering010000001718School of NursingHealth & ExerciseScienceNon-Matriculated &Visiting6156000303262241401077045143Total Graduate3242534201221376632UndergraduateSchool of Arts &CommunicationsGraduate Race/EthnicityOfficial Census Date enrollment counts.
20The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ENROLLMENT BY GENDER – FALL 2015 - 2019TOTAL Not 0182019FemaleMaleNot 384148621632ENROLLMENT BY GENDER – FALL 2015-2019GRADUATE LEVEL – By SCHOOL20152016201720182019School of BusinessGraduate Students Enrolled----33FemaleMaleNot Reported----17115School of Humanities & Social Sciences32Graduate Students Enrolled24273024FemaleMaleNot Reported248011130198022801770School of EducationGraduate Students Enrolled529454392324352FemaleMaleNot Reported4349503817303395302774702645236School of EngineeringGraduate Students Enrolled-9252318FemaleMaleNot Reported-720196017601350School of Nursing, Health & Exercise Science3433Graduate Students Enrolled456062FemaleMaleNot Reported405058205651Official Census Date enrollment counts32202850
21The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ENROLLMENT BY GENDER – FALL 2015 - 2019UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL – BY SCHOOL20152016201720182019School of Arts & Male283289303319290School of ale698744737737757School of 147495171School of e417438476514539School of Humanities & 927957Male578544550555557School of Nursing Health &Exercise 150177179182School of le487511564551572Other Undergraduate: NonMatriculated, Undecided, Visiting,Independent 898104Official Census Date Enrollment Counts
22The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ENROLLMENT BY RESIDENCE (In-State/Out-of-State)FALL 2015 - 20192015201620172018Undergraduate2019NJ 20182019NJ l648609597638632Residence By School20152016201720182019Undergraduate School of Arts &CommunicationsNJ 2630293331Undergraduate School of Business11641206120412211220NJ Undergraduate School of Education770768766806847NJ graduate School ofEngineeringNJ 6865687973Undergraduate School ofHumanities & Social SciencesNJ n-Resident5752525258Undergraduate School of NursingHealth & Exercise ScienceNJ 4857606465Undergraduate School of Science10581088115711401198NJ Other Undergraduate: Non-257200189196191NJ culated, Undecided, Visiting
23The College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020ENROLLMENT BY MAJORAcademic Year 2019 - 2020Please use the following links to access tables that contain enrollment data for majors over thepast five fall and spring terms. The enrollment tables include enrollment by plan (1st Major)with breakouts for FT/PT, Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Academic Level, Second Major, and Subplan and are derived from the fall and spring semester census dates.TCNJ Enrollment FB 2019-20
The24College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020FIRST YEAR TO SECOND YEARRETENTION RATES FORENTERING FIRST-TIME, FULL-TIME FRESHMANBY ETHNICITYFALL 2013 – FALL 2019Fall 2013Fall 2014Fall 2015Fall 2016Fall 2017Fall 20185 YR AVG %Retained fromcohort to 2ndFall 9%93.12%92.52%93.91%Total #Freshmen nNot ReportedTwo or MoreRacesWhite% Retainedfrom TotalCohort to 2ndFall Term1st YEAR to 2nd YEAR RETENTION RATES BY SCHOOLFALL 2013 – FALL 2019School20142015201620172018Arts & s and 7.2%86.2%82.4%82.3%89.4%89.9%85.6%83.1%Nursing, Health &Exercise 6.4%86.6%87.7%88.4%83.4%85.5%86.7%86.1%AVG % All TCNJ% Retained in First School onlySource: Official Census Date Enrollment/freshmen cohorts
The25College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-20204 YEAR, 5 YEAR & 6 YEARGRADUATION RATES FORENTERING FIRST-TIME FRESHMANBY ETHNICITY & GENDERFALL 2009 – FALL 2013 COHORTSEntering Cohort Year20092010201120122013Total Number in Cohort% Graduating within 4 910010067885088% Female% Male% African-American% Asian% Hispanic% Native American% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander% Non-Resident Alien% White% Two or More Races% Not Reported% Graduating within 5 Years% Female% Male% African-American% Asian% Hispanic% Native American% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander% Non-Resident Alien% White% Two or More Races% Not Reported% Graduating within 6 Years% Female% Male% African-American% Asian% Hispanic% Native American% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander% Non-Resident Alien% White% Two or More Races% Not ReportedSource: IPEDS Graduate Rate Survey first-time freshmen cohorts
The26College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020DEGREES GRANTED BY SCHOOL AND DEGREE TYPEYears 019-20Arts & Comm UGRDBA142171158149156Arts & Comm UGRDBFA3024253739Arts & Comm UGRDBM1518181712Business GRADMBA-----Business UGRDBA54862Business UGRDBS341320335393361Humanities & Soc. Sci GRADMA1610181616Humanities & Soc. Sci UGRDBA393348348384338Humanities & Soc. Sci UGRDBS45332262Education GRADCER2517191018Education GRADEDS65011Education GRADMA3945533236Education GRADMAT1111321209390Education GRADMED215186192163159Education GRADSCT14681527667Education UGRDBS188198174172176Engineering GRADMED---98Engineering UGRDBS931166Engineering UGRDBSBM2330272218Engineering UGRDBSCE2123252523Engineering UGRDBSCO111081217Engineering UGRDBSEE131591319Engineering UGRDBSES725410Engineering UGRDBSME2116242533Independent Studies UGRDBA12813148Nursing, Hlth, Ex. Sci GRADMPH----2Nursing, Hlth, Ex. Sci GRADMSN81051316Nursing, Hlth, Ex. Sci GRADSCT035102Nursing, Hlth Ex. Sci UGRDBS7153828898Nursing, Hlth Ex. Sci UGRDBSN72781009092Science UGRDBA4260103Science UGRDBS186155230225237Source: IRA Completion Statistics (defined by Federal IPEDS Completions standards – July 1 through June 30).
The27College of New Jersey Facts & Figures 2019-2020FRESHMEN COHORT GRADUATION RATE BY SCHOOLFALL 2013 Freshman Cohort2013 First Time Freshmen – 4, 5, 6 Year Graduation RatesFSHCohortOriginal #SchoolGraduatingTCNJ within 4Years %GraduatingTCNJ within 5Years %GraduatingTCNJ within 6Years %Graduatingfrom Schoolwithin 6 Years%Arts & .6%82.9%84.3%77.1%Humanities & Social 4.9%84.3%85.8%71.2%Nursing, Health & Exercise ScienceScienceTotal Graduating from CollegeGraduating from School within 6 years % - includes students that graduated from same Schoo
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