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Retention and Graduation Rates

First-to-Second Year Continuation Rates
Continuation rates measure the percentage of entering first-time students, seeking a bachelor's degree, who return to the college to continue their studies the following Fall.

Percentage of Full-Time Freshmen Who Began Their Studies in Fall 2015 and Returned in Fall 2016
  Head Count % Continue to 2nd Year
 Total 384
 79.4%
 Female 262
 78.6%
 Male 122 81.1%
 Asian & Pacific Islander 9 100%
 Black 48 77.1%
 Hispanic 36 72.2%
 Native American
 Multi-Racial 6 83.3%
 White275 79.6%
 Pell Grant Recipients157 74.5%
* Fewer than 5 students enrolled

Graduation Rates for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees
Bachelor’s degree graduation rates measure the percentage of entering students beginning their studies full-time who complete their degree program within a four-year, five-year, and six-year time period.

Cumulative Graduation Rates for Students Who Began Their Studies in Fall 2010
  Head Count % Graduated within 4 years** % Graduated within 5 years % Graduated within 6 years
 Total 440
33.9%52.3%55.5%
 Female 325
35.8%53.5%56.0%
 Male 11531.3%50.4%53.9%
 Asian & Pacific Islander 128.3%33.3%41.7%
 Black 5520.0% 36.4% 38.2%
 Hispanic 1323.1%30.8%38.5%
 Native American***
 Multi-Racial****
 White31437.9%56.1%59.2%
 Pell Grant Recipients20628.6%44.2% 48.1%
* Fewer than 5 students enrolled
** Daemen has three five-year dual degree programs (BS/MS) with a single conferral--both the Bachelor's and Master's are conferred in the fifth year at completion of the Master's degree.