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Student Right to Know

 

Cumberland County College reports its graduation rates annually to the state and federal government as required by Student Right to Know regulations. This information is available from both sources as public information.

 

Community college students enroll for a number of reasons other than to complete a degree or certificate. Some of these goals include: to upgrade job skills, to explore different programs, and to take courses prior to enrolling at another type of institution.

 

For the students who entered Cumberland in Fall 2008 as first-time full-time degree-seeking students, 29.8 percent graduated within three years, 10.6 percent transferred prior to graduation, 15.9 percent were still enrolled at Cumberland, and 27.2 percent had left in good standing. Together, this "success rate" proportion is slightly over 83 percent of the entering cohort.

 

For the students who entered Cumberland in Fall 2009 as first-time full-time degree-seeking students, 22 percent graduated within three years, 14.5 percent transferred prior to graduation, 18.5 percent were still enrolled at Cumberland, and 27.4 percent had left in good standing. Together, this "success rate" proportion is 82.4 percent of the entering cohort.

For the students who entered Cumberland in Fall 2010 as first-time full-time degree-seeking students, 20.9 percent graduated within three years, 13.4 percent transferred prior to graduation, 18.8 percent were still enrolled at Cumberland, and 29.5 percent had left in good standing. Together, this "success rate" proportion is 82.6 percent of the entering cohort.





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