Student Performance Statistics
The Student Right-to-Know regulations require all colleges and universities participating in federally funded financial aid programs to document information on the cohort of first-time, full-time freshmen entering the institution on or after July 1, 1996. Disclosure is not required until 150% of the estimated program length has elapsed. All colleges and universities entering into Program Participation Agreements with the Department of Education are required to complete the IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey of 1997 (Section 490 of the Higher Education Amendments of 1992, P.L. 102-325.106. Stat. 448).
- Transfer, part-time, and non-degree students are not included in the graduation/completion rate.
- The graduation rate is based on 6 years of attendance that equates to 150% of the longest program.
- The graduation/completion rate does not include students who left the institution to serve in the armed forces, with an official church mission organization, or in the foreign service of the federal government. Students who died or were totally and permanently disabled are also excluded.
- The institution is not required to report the transfer-out rate since the mission of the institution does not include providing substantial preparation for students to enroll in other institutions.
|Year of Entry||Undergraduate, First-Time, Full-Time, Bachelor-Degree Seeking Students Enrolled||6 Year (150%) Graduation Rate|
First-Time Full-Time Freshman, Bachelor Degree Seeking Student Retention Rates
|Year of Entry||Undergraduate, First-Time, Full-Time, Bachelor-Degree Seeking Students Enrolled||1 Year Retention Rate
(Students who returned for the following fall semester)
EMPLOYMENT/GRADUATE STUDIES RATES
While Grace Christian University does not formally place students in jobs or guarantee employment, the University is concerned that graduating students are fulfilling the mission of the University through employment in their degree fields or are pursuing further graduate studies. Rate is based on status one year after graduation.
How is “First Destination” defined?
Destination is defined as full-time employment (30 hours or more) or continuing education within six months of graduation. The position does not need to be degree related.
Final Destination Survey Results – All Graduates
|Year||Type of Degree||Response Rate||Destination Rate||Full-Time Employment Rate|
|2017||Online Bachelor Degree||49%||76%||59%|
|2017||On-Campus Bachelor Degree||97%||89%||84%|
|2018||Online Bachelor Degree||96%||65%||46%|
|2018||On-Campus Bachelor Degree||97%||87%||77%|
|2018||Online Masters Degree||100%||85%||71%|
|2019||Online Bachelor Degree||67%||76%||63%|
|2019||On-Campus Bachelor Degree||100%||76%||67%|
|2019||Online Masters Degree||83%||80%||80%|
|2020||Online Bachelor Degree||42%||60%||33%|
|2020||On-Campus Bachelor Degree||63%||77%||74%|
|2020||Online Masters Degree||53%||88%||88%|