Fall 2010

Admissions

Admissions by Full-/Part-time Status and Gender

Admissions by Degree Pursued


ENROLLMENT

Enrollment by Degree Pursued

Enrollment by Residency and Age

Five-Year Trends in Total Enrollment

Five-Year Trends in Total Fall Enrollment, by College

Senior Colleges Community Colleges

Long-term Trends in Total Enrollment


DEGREES GRANTED

Degrees Granted by Level

Degrees Granted by Race/Ethnicity

Degrees Conferred - Trends


RACE/ETHNICITY

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

Racial/Ethnic Composition of New Students


RETENTION AND GRADUATION RATES

Institution Retention and Graduation Rates

Institution Retention Rates are calculated as the percentage who are still enrolled at the college of entry in the subsequent fall term(s) and have not earned the degree pursued. Institution Graduation Rates are calculated as the percentage earning a degree at the college of entry any time prior to the start of the subsequent fall term(s). Students who earned a degree lower than that pursued, but who are still enrolled for the degree pursued in the subsequent fall term(s), are counted as still enrolled and are not counted as having earned the lower degree. Students who earned a degree lower than that pursued and who are not still enrolled in the subsequent fall term(s) are counted as having earned the lower degree. Students who earn both an associate and a baccalaureate degree at the college of entry (at comprehensive colleges) are counted as both associate degree and baccalaureate degree recipients. Therefore, the sum of the associate and baccalaureate rows for a given year may be greater than the total row for that year.

Ten-Year Retention and Graduation Rates of Entering Students - Associate Entrants

Total University

Institution Retention and Grad Rates of All Full-time, First-time Freshmen in Associate Programs by Year of Entry: Colleges

Comprehensive Colleges

Community Colleges

Institution Retention and Grad Rates of All Full-time Transfers in Associate Programs by Year of Entry: Colleges

Comprehensive Colleges

Community Colleges

Ten-Year Retention and Graduation Rates of Entering Students - Baccalaureate Entrants

Total University

Institution Retention and Grad Rates of All Full-time, First-time Freshmen in Baccalaureate Programs by Year of Entry: Colleges

Comprehensive Colleges

Senior Colleges

Institution Retention and Grad Rates of All Full-time Transfers in Baccalaurate Programs by Year of Entry: Colleges

Comprehensive Colleges

Senior Colleges


System Retention and Graduation Rates

System Retention Rates are calculated as the percentage who are still enrolled at any CUNY college in the subsequent fall term(s) and have not yet earned a degree. System Graduation Rates are calculated as the percentage earning a degree at any CUNY college any time prior to the start of the subsequent fall term(s). Students earning a degree, even if lower than that originally pursued, are counted for that degree and not as still enrolled, even if they are still enrolled in the subsequent fall term. Students who have earned both an associate and a baccalaureate degree within a given time period are counted for the baccalaureate degree only.

Ten-Year Retention and Graduation Rates of Entering Students - Associate Entrants

Total University

System Retention and Grad Rates of All Full-time, First-time Freshmen in Associate Programs by Year of Entry: Colleges

Comprehensive Colleges

Community Colleges

Ten-Year Retention and Graduation Rates of Entering Students - Baccalaureate Entrants

Total University

System Retention and Grad Rates of All Full-time, First-time Freshmen in Baccalaureate Programs by Year of Entry: Colleges

Comprehensive Colleges

Senior Colleges


SEEK/COLLEGE DISCOVERY

SEEK (Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge) and CD (College Discovery) are the two City University higher education opportunity programs, designed to assist high potential, low income students who otherwise might not be able to pursue a college degree because they are not academically well prepared for college level work. Since the late sixties, SEEK and CD have graduated thousands of highly motivated and talented students. Found on each of the seventeen undergraduate campuses, SEEK and CD offer an array of counseling and academic support initiatives to students who meet the University and New York State guidelines for Program admission.

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

Long-term Trends in Total Enrollment

Institution Retention and Graduation Rates

System Retention and Graduation Rates

Academic Programs


STEM ENROLLMENT & DEGREES

Enrollment

Degrees Granted