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College Retention, Northern Kentucky University

The percent of students who are retained in college is calculated as the number of first-time, full-time students who return to college in the fall term of their second year. Research confirms that successful transition from the first year of college to the second year often dictates the long-term educational success of a student.  [...] more about College Retention, Northern Kentucky University

College Retention, University of Cincinnati

The percent of students who are retained in college is calculated as the number of first-time, full-time students who return to college in the fall term of their second year. Research confirms that successful transition from the first year of college to the second year often dictates the long-term educational success of a student.  [...] more about College Retention, University of Cincinnati

College Retention, Gateway

The percent of students who are retained in college is calculated as the number of first-time, full-time students who return to college in the fall term of their second year. Research confirms that successful transition from the first year of college to the second year often dictates the long-term educational success of a student.

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College Retention, Cincinnati State

The percent of students who are retained in college is calculated as the number of first-time, full-time students who return to college in the fall term of their second year. Research confirms that successful transition from the first year of college to the second year often dictates the long-term educational success of a student.
 

High School Graduation Rate, Urban Archdiocesan and Diocsean Schools of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the Diocese of Covington calculate a graduation rate for the urban schools in the same manner. The calculation is simply the number of high school graduates divided by the number of freshmen four years earlier. This calculation is similar to the public school district calculations in that it is a four year rate, but different in the way the rate is actually calculated. It is not recommended to compare the rates. [...] more about High School Graduation Rate, Urban Archdiocesan and Diocsean Schools of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport

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