Graduation and Retention Rates

 

The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC) encourages communication programs to publish retention and graduation data.

 

The following information has been compiled by the University of North Florida’s office of institutional research. Below are the four-year graduation and retention rates for Communication majors, starting with their first Junior term (first “declared” major in Communication). Retention is defined as staying in the Communication major and not leaving for another major or another school.

   

 

Four-Year Graduation and Retention Rates: Communication Majors

 

 START YEAR

 GRADUATION RATE

 RETENTION RATE

 2006/2007

 2007/2008

 2008/2009

 2009/2010

 2010/2011

 71.11%

 63.76%

 72.50%

 69.13%    

 64.74%

 75.56%

 67.11%

 75.00%

 72.48%

 68.59%