Cincinnati

Average Score on the ACT, Urban Archdiocese of Cincinnati

The ACT assessment is a standard achievement exam that measures high school students' general educational development and predicts their capability to complete college-level work. The multiple choice assessments cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading and science. ACT scores range from 0-36. In 2010, the national average ACT composite score was 21.0. [...] more about Average Score on the ACT, Urban Archdiocese of Cincinnati

College Completion, University of Cincinnati

Four year universities will report the six-year college graduation rates as a measure of college completion. The percent of first-time, full-time students who graduate from college within six years for Bachelor’s degree programs is a standard success measure in higher education. Students who transfer and graduate elsewhere are not counted in this measure. [...] more about College Completion, University of Cincinnati

College Completion, Cincinnati State

Two year colleges will report toal degrees as a measure of college completion. Total degrees conferred represents the total number of Bachelor’s degrees, Associate’s degrees, certificates, and diplomas awarded in a given academic year.   [...] more about College Completion, Cincinnati State

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, 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.
 

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