Length of time in years a student takes to complete a bachelor's degree. Because this is calculated using calendar months, some groups' time to degree is less than four years. For example, a student starting in September 2007 and graduating in June 2011 takes 3.75 years to graduate.
Continuation and graduation rates for various groups of students. The latest year displayed (AY 2016-17) includes enrollment data but does not include completions. It is likely that a portion of the "Not Found" students will move to the "Graduated" category when that data becomes available.
Percentage of students who complete either a full- or part-time load of credits within their first academic year. A student is categorized as full-time or part-time based on the number of credits taken in the fall quarter. A full-time student needs to complete 24 semester or 36 quarter credits in a year and a part-time student needs to complete at least 12 semester or 18 quarter credits in a year.
Percentage of direct from high school students who enrolled in Math and English courses in a given academic year and completed college-level Math and English courses within the first two consecutive academic years. Because this metric calculates success based on completion of Math or English courses within two academic years, more recent academic years will not have data. The Evergreen State College is not included due to nature of courses.
Percentage of students who complete college level Math or English courses after taking pre-college Math or English courses (or both). Because this metric calculates success based on enrollment in math or English courses within two academic years of taking a pre-college course, more recent academic years will not have data.