The graduation data include Westcliff University Retention Rates (both IPEDS and BPPE reporting method), IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey (GRS), WSCUC Absolute Graduation Rate (ARR) and Unit Redemption Rate (URR) along with narrative explanations of how the rates are calculated. All surveys and charts presented via this site includes: percentage metrics and achieved numbers, along with actual numbers of students associated with each measurement. Also, included is a comparison of the Westcliff University’s ARR and URR with those rates from other comparable WSCUC accredited schools (the comparison analysis could be found under the Graduation Rate Dashboard tab).
Graduation Rate measures students completing their program within the 100% or 150% timeframe. For example, a student in a 4-year undergraduate is expected to graduate within 4-years (100%) or 6-years (150%). The rate is based on the entering cohort with exceptions. The graduation rate is also broken down into three demographic components: gender, race, and age.
Notes: The DBA (3 years) and BA Ed (4 years) Program started in 2015; therefore, no graduation data available yet.
Westcliff University Graduation Rates by Programs
Westcliff University Graduation Rates Disaggregated by Demographics