Last update: April 28, 2015
The University of Dallas is pleased to provide the following information regarding our institution's graduation/completion rates in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. The rates reflect the graduation/completion status for the most recent cohort of full-time, first-time students who have had an opportunity to graduate within 150% or normal completion time, which is 6 years.
In the fall semester of 2008, 342 first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate students entered the University of Dallas. After 6 years (as of August 31, 2014), 70% of these students had graduated from our institution. *
For the cohorts of students who entered the University in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008 the average of the six-year graduation rates is 69%.
Questions related to this report should be directed to Katherine A. McGraw, Registrar, at (972) 721-5221.
*While reviewing this information, please bear in mind:
The graduation/completion rate does not include students who left the school to serve
in the armed forces, on official church missions, or in the foreign service of the federal government. Students who died or were totally and permanently disabled are also excluded.
For graduation rates broken down by gender, ethnicity, and financial aid category, click here.
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