Martin University Student Outcome Information Report

 

The following report contains retention, graduation, transfer-out and employment information about Martin University undergraduate and graduate students. Questions about this information or requests for paper copies should be directed to Dr. Brian L. Steuerwald, Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness and Advancement at bsteue@martin.edu or 317-917-3260.

Undergraduate Retention Rates

The following table contains the percentages of first-time, degree seeking undergraduate students who entered Martin University in the fall semester of the specified cohort year and who returned in the fall semester of the next academic year.

Retention Rates for First-Time Freshmen

Entering Fall Semester Year

Student Enrollment Status

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Full-Time

29%

39%

60%

75%

57%

Part-Time

27%

26%

50%

55%

30%

Undergraduate Graduation Rates

The following table contains six-year graduation rate information for first-time, full-time undergraduate degree seeking students who entered Martin University in the fall semester of the specified cohort year.

Six-Year Graduation Rates

for First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen by Gender and Ethnicity

Entering Fall Semester Year

Student Characteristics

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Male

Hispanic/Latino

American Indian/Native Alaskan

Asian

Black or African American

3

2

1

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

White

Two or More Races

Female

Hispanic/Latino

American Indian/Native Alaskan

Asian

Black or African American

4

2

4

1

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

White

1

Two or More Races

Graduate Total

4

6

3

4

1

Entering Class Total

48

65

63

64

28

Six-Year Graduation Rate

8%

9%

5%

6%

4%

Undergraduate Transfer-Out Rate

As reported in the most recent 2017-18 Graduation Rates IPEDS Report, 53% of the first-time, full-time freshmen cohort entering in the fall 2010 semester transferred out of the University after six years.

Undergraduate Employment

Exit interviews conducted with undergraduates who had their degrees conferred in May 2018 indicated that 81% were employed. Of those employed, 72% reported being employed in their field or related field of study. In addition, 50% reported plans to continue with their education.

Graduate Student Retention Rates

The following table contains the percentages of graduate-level students enrolled at Martin University in the fall semester of the specified cohort year who returned in the fall semester of the next academic year.

Fall-to-Fall Retention Rates for Graduate Students

Fall Semester Year

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Retention Rate

44%

66%

56%

70%

71%

Graduate Student Graduation Rates

The following table contains graduation rate information for new graduate-level students who entered Martin University in the fall semester of the specified cohort year.

Cumulative Graduation Rates for New Graduate Students

Years Until Graduation

Cohort Start Year

N

2-Years (100%)

3-Years (150%)

4-Years (200%)

5-Years (250%)

6-Years (300%)

Fall 2010

15

13.3%

26.7%

40.0%

53.3%

60.0%

Fall 2011

14

7.1%

14.2%

42.9%

50.0%

50.0%

Fall 2012

6

0.0%

0.0%

33.3%

33.3%

33.0%

Fall 2013

14

0.0%

21.4%

28.6%

35.1%

Fall 2014

7

14.3%

28.5%

57.1%

Fall 2015

5

0.0%

40.0%

Fall 2016

3

0.0%

Graduate Student Employment

Exit interviews conducted with graduate-level students who had their degrees conferred in May 2018 indicated that 83% were employed. Of those employed, 100% reported being employed in their field or related field of study. In addition, 17% reported plans to continue with their education.