Cumulative Graduation % (Rate)

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Cumulative Graduation % (Rate) refers to the proportion of an entering cohort who successfully graduated and earned a degree within a specified number of years. It is calculated as cumulative graduation of an entering cohort for a specified year divided by the cohort term enrollment from the cohort's matriculation term.

Metadata
Where Term Appears
CSUMB Data Warehouse Dashboards:
Data Owner
Institutional Assessment and Research
Data Source
Source System:CMS - SA
Source Table Name:N/A
Source Field Name:N/A
Census Process:No
Logical Transformation / Calculation
Cumulative Graduation / Cohort Term Enrollment * 100
OBIEE Folder and Column
Folder Heading:"CSU Insitution Summary Term Metrics"
Column Heading:Report Calculation


Examples

The 4-year Cumulative Graduation % (Rate) for an entering cohort that matriculated in Fall 2012 would be calculated taking the cohort term enrollment (count of all students in the cohort in Fall 2012) and dividing by the cumulative graduation (the count of all students from the cohort that graduated by Spring 2016).

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