COVID-19

Information and Updates for the Iona Community on Coronavirus

Retention and Graduation Rates Disclosure

First-Time Full-time Freshman Fall Cohorts

Retention Rates Disclosure

Fall-to-Fall Retention Rates
Start Term Cohort Count Retained One Year Retention Rate
Fall 2019 641 494 77.1%
Fall 2018 852 635 72.3%
Fall 2017 860 641 74.5%

Note: Retention rate measures the persistence of first-time college students from the first fall term into their second fall term at Iona College.

Graduation Rates Disclosure

Graduation Rates
Start Term Cohort Count 4-Year Rate 5-Year Rate 6-Year Rate
Fall 2014 922 53% 59% 60%
Fall 2013 922 59% 63% 64%
Fall 2012 722 60% 66% 67%

Note: Graduation rate measures the persistence of first-time college students to degree completion within four years, five years, and six years at Iona College. Four-year graduation rate is considered as degree completion “with 100% of normal time” for a baccalaureate degree. Six-year graduation rate is considered as degree completion “with 150% of normal time” for a baccalaureate degree. For instance, the fall 2010 cohort, the most recent, earned degrees within 150% of normal time by completing studies by August 31, 2016.

Six-Year Graduation Rates

Six-Year Graduation Rates: Gender
Start Term Female Male
Fall 2012 70% 63%
Fall 2013 69% 59%
Fall 2014 65% 55%
Six-Year Graduation Rates: Pell Grant and Stafford Loan Recipients
Start Term Received Pell Received Subsidized Stafford Loan, No Pell Did Not Receive Subsidized Stafford Loan or Pell
Fall 2012 63% 67% 70%
Fall 2013 56% 68% 69%
Fall 2014 51% 64% 64%
Six-Year Graduation Rates: Race and Ethnicity
Race/Ethnicity Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014
American Indian - 25% 100%
Asian 53% 57% 33%
Black or African American 60% 45% 45%
Hispanic 60% 56% 49%
Pacific Islander - 100% 100%
White 71% 73% 68%
Two or More Races 67% 44% 31%
Non-Resident Alien 56% 43% 62%
Unknown 62% 66% 52%