University of California-Los Angeles

Graduation, Retention, Transfer-Out Rates

At University of California-Los Angeles, the graduation rate is 92 % (2013-2014), the retention rate is 97 % (2014-2015). Next tables and charts describes graduation/retention rate by race, attending type, and more.
4,308 students out of 4,735 candidates were completed their courses within 150% normal time at University of California-Los Angeles. By gender, 1,765 male and 2,543 female students graduated the school last year completing their jobs in the period.
CandidatesCompletersGraduation Rates
Total4,7354,30890.98%
Men1,9861,76588.87%
Women2,7492,54392.51%

3,400 students completed their course in 4 years and 779 finished in 5 years. And additional 3,529 students graduated within 6 years.

Graduation Rate by Race/Ethnicity

Graduation rates of American Indian or Alaska Native students is 90.91%, Asian students is 95.25%, Black (Non-Hispanic) students is 80.89%, Hispanic students is 85.03%, White students is 91.37%, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students is 80.00%, and Unknown students is 90.17% at University of California-Los Angeles.

Non-Resident Alien Graduation Rate

Non-resident alien student is not a US citizen and studies with student visa, such as F visa, in US. At University of California-Los Angeles, 114 of 138 non-resident alien students completed their courses and the graduation rate was 82.61%.

Retention Rate

By definition, retention rate is the percentage of students who return to a college for their sophomore year. At University of California-Los Angeles, the retention rate is 97% for full-time students and 62 % for part-time students (2014-2015 Academic Year).
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