Clery Law Reports

Graduation Rates*

In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act (Public Law 101-542) and as amended by the Higher Education Technical Amendments (Public Law 102-26), the following information represents WIU's disclosure of the Graduation Rates of all students and student athletes.

Graduation and Retention Rates

About 50.4 percent of full-time new freshmen and 70.1 percent of full-time new transfers who entered in the Fall of 2011 graduated from WIU by the Summer of 2017. Fall-to-Spring freshman retention rate was 86.6 percent for the Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 period. The Fall-to-Fall freshman retention rate was 67.8 percent for Fall 2016 - 2017.

Fall 2011 New Student Athletes Statistics

Graduation rates of students recruited for participation in intercollegiate athletics are evaluated annually. The total graduation rate for student athletes who received athletically-related aid and matriculated in Fall 2011 and graduated by August 2017 was 63 percent. Sixty-one percent of men and 66 percent of women student athletes graduated. However, the small number of student athletes causes the graduation rate to fluctuate from year to year.

Fall 2011 New Freshmen Statistics

Graduation

  • Entering Full-Time New Freshmen (2011): 1,907
  • Graduating within 6 years (by Summer 2017): 962 (50.4%)
  • Non-completers (still enrolled) and completers > 6 yrs (Fall 2017): 247 (12.9%)

Student Athletes/Graduation

  • Entering Student Athletes with Athletic Aid (Fall 2011): 100
  • Graduating within 6 years (by Summer 2017): 80 (63%)

Attrition

  • Transferred to another institution: 698 (36.6%)

*Data reflects 2011 cohort. 


 

Graduation Rates*

In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act (Public Law 101-542) and as amended by the Higher Education Technical Amendments (Public Law 102-26), the following information represents WIU's disclosure of the Graduation Rates of all students and student athletes.

Graduation and Retention Rates

About 46.2 percent of full-time new freshmen and 70.0 percent of full-time new transfers who entered in the Fall of 2012 graduated from WIU by the Summer of 2018. Fall-to-Spring freshman retention rate was 82.9 percent for the Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 period. The Fall-to-Fall freshman retention rate was 65.3 percent for Fall 2017 - 2018.

Fall 2012 New Student Athletes Statistics

Graduation rates of students recruited for participation in intercollegiate athletics are evaluated annually. The total graduation rate for student athletes who received athletically-related aid and matriculated in Fall 2012 and graduated by August 2018 was 60 percent. Forty-nine percent of men and 76 percent of women student athletes graduated. However, the small number of student athletes causes the graduation rate to fluctuate from year to year.

Fall 2012 New Freshmen Statistics

Graduation

  • Entering Full-Time New Freshmen (2012): 1,724
  • Graduating within 6 years (by Summer 2018): 798 (46.2%)
  • Non-completers (still enrolled) and completers > 6 yrs (Fall 2018): 257 (14.9%)

Student Athletes/Graduation

  • Entering Student Athletes with Athletic Aid (Fall 2012): 98
  • Graduating within 6 years (by Summer 2018): 80 (60%)

Attrition

  • Transferred to another institution: 669 (38.8%)

 

*Data reflects 2012 cohort.