Graduation Rates in Reasonable Completion Time

248 students out of 381 candidates were completed their courses within 150% normal time at Brigham Young University-Hawaii. By gender, 58 male and 190 female students graduated the school last year completing their jobs in the period. The graduation rate at Brigham Young University-Hawaii is much higher than the average rate when comparing similar colleges (45.57% in average - Private (not-for-profit) Baccalaureate College - Diverse Fields).
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Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity

Graduation rates of American Indian or Alaska Native students is 100.00%, Asian students is 70.59%, Black (Non-Hispanic) students is 100.00%, Hispanic students is 75.00%, White students is 58.21%, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander students is 50.00%, and Two or More Race students is 60.00% at Brigham Young University-Hawaii.
American Indian or Alaska Native100.00%(1/1) - 100.00%(1/1)
Asian70.59%(12/17) 66.67%(4/6) 72.73%(8/11)
Black (Non-Hispanic)100.00%(1/1) - 100.00%(1/1)
Hispanic75.00%(24/32) 75.00%(6/8) 75.00%(18/24)
White58.21%(117/201) 44.12%(15/34) 61.08%(102/167)
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander50.00%(13/26) 57.14%(4/7) 47.37%(9/19)
Two or More Race60.00%(21/35) 40.00%(2/5) 63.33%(19/30)
Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity at Brigham Young University-Hawaii

Graduation Rate By Completion Time Period

120 students completed their courses in 4 years (or 100% normal time) and 36 finished in 5 years (or 125% normal time). And additional 212 students graduated within 6 years (or 150% normal time).
Graduation Rate By Completion Time Period at Brigham Young University-Hawaii

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 Brigham Young University-Hawaii, 59 of 68 non-resident alien students completed their studies and the graduation rate was 86.76%.
Non-Resident Alien Graduation Rate at Brigham Young University-Hawaii

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