Chart I - Single-Year Cohort/Subcohort Data
Cohorts/Subcohorts Non-Resident Alien Black Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic White, 
Non-Hispanic
Race/
Ethnicity 
Unknown
All Students
Cohort Year: [ @ ] Men     Women Men     Women Men     Women Men     Women Men     Women Men     Women Men     Women Men     Women

General Student Body Cohort
                               
Graduation Rate                                
Transfer-Out Rate*                                
Sports Subcohorts                                
Football                                
Graduation Rate                                
Transfer-Out Rate*                                
Basketball                                
Graduation Rate                                
Transfer-Out Rate*                                
Baseball                                
Graduation Rate                                
Transfer-Out Rate*                                
Cross-Country/Track                                
Graduation Rate                                
Transfer-Out Rate*                                
All Other Sports Combined **                                
Graduation Rate                                
Transfer-Out Rate*                                

SOURCE: The AACRAO Guide to the Student Right-to-Know Act and Graduation Rate Survey

*Transfer-out rates are only required of those institutions whose missions include providing substantial preparation for students to enroll in another eligible institution without completing or graduating. Other institutions may still report transfer-out rates.

**"Other sports" at:_______________ include Men's:_______________ and Women's:_______________
                                (institution's name)                           (list sports)                                  (list sports)

  • Note: Your cohort year will change annually. In July, 2002, 2 year institutions would use a 1998 cohort and 4- year institutions electing to disclose this information would use a 1995 cohort year.