Pursuant to NCAA Bylaw 220.127.116.11, member institutions are required to provide prospects and their parents or legal guardians the information contained within the NCAA admissions and graduation-rate data; academic progress rate and graduation success rate report. The information shall be provided at the earliest opportunity, or upon request; however, in no event shall an institution provide the information later than the day prior to a prospective student-athlete's signed acceptance of the National Letter of Intent.
The graduation-rates report provides information about all undergraduate students who were enrolled in a full-time program of studies for a degree as well as student-athletes who received athletics aid from the University for any period of time during their entering year. A graduation rate is based on a comparison of the number of students who entered the University and the number of those who graduated within six years. Three different measures of graduation rates are presented in the report: (1) freshman-cohort rate, (2) graduation-success rate, and (3) exhausted-eligibility rate.
Academic Progress Rates