Stonehill Recognized For High Graduation Rate in Two New Studies
October 05, 2012
In two new studies on college and university graduation rates, Stonehill has been recognized as a leader in both reports.
In a new U.S. News & World Report study on graduation rates among low-income students, the College was named an "overperformer" as 86 percent of students awarded Pell Grants graduated within six years, according to data from the fall entering class of 2005. To view the complete U.S. News & World Report study, visit here.
In a Boston Business Journal report on graduation rates among higher education institutions in Massachusetts, Stonehill ranked tenth with an 84.7 overall percent rate, according to 2010 data used in the study. To view the full report by the Boston Business Journal, visit here.
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