Graduation and Retention Rates

Graduation Rates for Journalism and Public Relations
 Four YearFive YearSix Year
CohortBGSUJournalism 
and PR
BGSUJournalism 
and PR
BGSUJournalism 
and PR
200436.1%47.4%56.6%67.4%60.4%70.5%
200535.3%47.4%54.7%65.8%57.8%67.1%
200636.0%51.3%53.7%55.3%57.6%56.6%
200731.2%45.3%50.5%59.4%53.6%60.9%
200836.2%46.3%53.3%61.1%55.9%64.8%
200934.0%52.3%52.0%61.4%55.4%63.5%
201033.7%47.5%49.6%54.2%53.2%54.2%
201134.5%39.3%49.5%50.0%  
201237.7%43.8%    
Department of Journalism and Public Relations graduation rates as compared to overall BGSU rates for first-time, full-time students were calculated by BGSU's Office of Institutional Research. Graduation rates are based on what academic plan students were in as of their last semester enrolled.

Retention Rates for Journalism and Public Relations
 First YearSecond YearThird Year
CohortBGSUJournalism
and PR
BGSUJournalism
and PR
BGSUJournalism
and PR
200874.5%73.1%65.4%61.5%60.3%59.6%
200976.7%86.7%66.5%78.3%60.8%75.0%
201072.1%78.0%62.0%67.8%56.5%59.3%
201169.5%77.5%61.7%64.8%56.1%60.6%
201270.1%64.5%63.2%53.2%58.1%46.8%
201375.9%70.7%68.8%63.4%62.9%63.4%
201477.5%84.2%69.4%79.0%  
201575.5%69.1%    
Department of Journalism and Public Relations retention rates as compared to overall BGSU rates for first-time, full-time students were calculated by BGSU's Office of Institutional Research. Student retention is based on the academic plan students were in when they started in their cohort.

Updated June 18, 2017