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  • Graduation Rate and Transfer-Out Data

    Under U.S. Department of Education regulations, every college and university is required to disclose graduation rates and transfer rates. Below is a chart listing total numbers of students who began their enrollment in Fall 2014. These first-time, full-time students either completed degrees, transferred to other institutions, or withdrew from the college in the last four years. Info is available by calling Enrollment Services at (618) 468-5001. This report is presented as consumer information.

      Lewis and Clark Statewide
    Initial Cohort:   Students   Percentage   Students   Percentage
    Full-time, first-time degree/certificate - seeking students   520   100.0%   28477   100.0%
    Completers of less than two years duration   52   10.0%   1522   5.3%
    Completers of at least two years but less than four years   153   29.4%   6515   22.9%
                     
    Students still enrolled (with no record of transfer out)   58   11.2%   3260   11.4%
    Transfer-out students (within 3 years)   78   15.0%   6308   22.2%
    Other Students   179   34.4%   10872   38.2%

    Source: ICCB GRS Reports July 2018

     

     

    Under U.S. Department of Education regulations, every college and university is required to disclose students receiving athletically related aid. Below is a chart listing the total numbers of these students who began their enrollment in Fall 2008. Info is available by calling the Athletic Department at (618) 468-6002. This report is presented as consumer information.

      Lewis and Clark Statewide
    Initial Cohort:   Students   Percentage   Students   Percentage
    Full-time degree/certificate - seeking students   2793       140543    
    Of these, students receiving athlete-related aid   102   100.0%   2358   100.0%
    Football   0   0.0%   0   0.0%
    Basketball   22   21.6%   601   25.5%
    Baseball   20   19.6%   515   21.8%
    Cross-country and track   0   0.0%   68   2.9%
    All other sports   60   58.8%   1174   49.8%

    Source: ICCB GRS Reports July 2012