Graduation Rates in Reasonable Completion Time

275 students out of 916 candidates were completed their courses within 150% normal time at Corning Community College. By gender, 116 male and 159 female students graduated the school last year completing their jobs in the period.
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Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity

Graduation rates of American Indian or Alaska Native students is 36.36%%, Asian students is 25.00%%, Black (Non-Hispanic) students is 22.73%%, Hispanic students is 18.92%%, White students is 30.64%%, and Unknown students is 41.38%% at Corning Community College.
American Indian or Alaska Native36.36%(4/11) 60.00%(3/5) 16.67%(1/6)
Asian25.00%(1/4) - 33.33%(1/3)
Black (Non-Hispanic)22.73%(15/66) 21.62%(8/37) 24.14%(7/29)
Hispanic18.92%(7/37) 35.71%(5/14) 8.70%(2/23)
White30.64%(235/767) 27.98%(94/336) 32.71%(141/431)
Unknown41.38%(12/29) 38.46%(5/13) 43.75%(7/16)
Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity at Corning Community College

Transfer-out and Retention Rates

The transfer-out rate is calculated by dividing total number of students who are known to have transferred out of other institution within 150% of normal time to completion into total number of students, At Corning Community College, the transfer-out rate is 15.39%.
Transfer-out and Retention Rates at Corning Community College
By definition, retention rate is the percentage of students who return to a college for their sophomore year. At Corning Community College, the retention rate is 58% for full-time students and 36 % for part-time students last year.
Retention Rates at Corning Community 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 United States. At Corning Community College, 1 of 2 non-resident alien students completed their studies and the graduation rate was 50.00%.
Non-Resident Alien Graduation Rate at Corning Community College

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