Graduation Rates in Reasonable Completion Time

176 students out of 335 candidates were completed their courses within 150% normal time at Spring Hill College. By gender, 68 male and 108 female students graduated the school last year completing their jobs in the period. The graduation rate at Spring Hill College is relatively higher the average rate when comparing similar colleges (49.69% in average - Private (not-for-profit) Master's College and University (smaller programs)).
CandidatesCompletersGraduation Rates
Total33517652.54%
Men1326851.52%
Women20310853.20%

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Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity

Graduation rates of American Indian or Alaska Native students is 100.00%, Asian students is 25.00%, Black (Non-Hispanic) students is 33.33%, Hispanic students is 40.00%, White students is 57.27%, Two or More Race students is 44.44%, and Unknown students is 80.00% at Spring Hill College.
TotalMaleFemale
American Indian or Alaska Native100.00%(2/2) - 100.00%(2/2)
Asian25.00%(1/4) - 33.33%(1/3)
Black (Non-Hispanic)33.33%(17/51) 26.67%(4/15) 36.11%(13/36)
Hispanic40.00%(14/35) 36.84%(7/19) 43.75%(7/16)
White57.27%(126/220) 56.82%(50/88) 57.58%(76/132)
Two or More Race44.44%(4/9) 50.00%(2/4) 40.00%(2/5)
Unknown80.00%(8/10) 100.00%(2/2) 75.00%(6/8)
Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity at Spring Hill College

Graduation Rate By Completion Time Period

146 students completed their courses in 4 years (or 100% normal time) and 25 finished in 5 years (or 125% normal time). And additional 151 students graduated within 6 years (or 150% normal time).
Graduation Rate By Completion Time Period at Spring Hill College

Non-Resident Alien Graduation Rate

A non-resident alien student is not a US citizen/green card holder and studies with student visa, such as F visa, in the United States. At Spring Hill College, 4 of 4 non-resident alien students completed their studies and the graduation rate was 100.00%.
Non-Resident Alien Graduation Rate at Spring Hill College

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