Graduation Rates in Reasonable Completion Time

2,838 students out of 3,452 candidates were completed their courses within 150% normal time at Syracuse University. By gender, 1,207 male and 1,631 female students graduated the school last year completing their jobs in the period.
CandidatesCompletersGraduation Rates
Total3,4522,83882.21%
Men1,5231,20779.25%
Women1,9291,63184.55%

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Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity

Graduation rates of American Indian or Alaska Native students is 55.56%%, Asian students is 81.31%%, Black (Non-Hispanic) students is 79.27%%, Hispanic students is 80.95%%, White students is 83.84%%, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students is 100.00%%, Two or More Race students is 73.86%%, and Unknown students is 83.89%% at Syracuse University.
TotalMaleFemale
American Indian or Alaska Native55.56%(5/9) 40.00%(2/5) 75.00%(3/4)
Asian81.31%(248/305) 81.48%(110/135) 81.18%(138/170)
Black (Non-Hispanic)79.27%(218/275) 71.68%(81/113) 84.57%(137/162)
Hispanic80.95%(255/315) 75.38%(98/130) 84.86%(157/185)
White83.84%(1,748/2,085) 82.06%(764/931) 85.27%(984/1,154)
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander100.00%(1/1) - 100.00%(1/1)
Two or More Race73.86%(65/88) 62.96%(17/27) 78.69%(48/61)
Unknown83.89%(125/149) 84.21%(64/76) 83.56%(61/73)
Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity at Syracuse University

Graduation Rate By Completion Time Period

2,379 students completed their courses in 4 years (or 100% normal time) and 404 finished in 5 years (or 125% normal time). And additional 2,434 students graduated within 6 years (or 150% normal time).
Graduation Rate By Completion Time Period at Syracuse University

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 Syracuse University, 173 of 225 non-resident alien students completed their studies and the graduation rate was 76.89%.
Non-Resident Alien Graduation Rate at Syracuse University

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