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4 GRADUATION AND RETENTION RATES PEER AND BENCHMARK GROUP COMPARISONS UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT M}NOA FALL 1990 TO FALL 1998 COHORTS as of 1999 Institutional Research Office University of Hawaii November 2000 File Reference: Management and Planning Support Folder, Students Reports available online at: TABLE 3 UH Manoa Comparisons with Institutional Members of the Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE) SIX-YEAR GRADUATION RATES OF FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN FALL 1990 TO FALL 1993 COHORTS 1/ Control totals reflect on cohorts; 1990 and 1991 cohort data not available. 2/ Caution should be used in comparing these percentages. UH Manoa reports "Mixed" category which is not used by other institutions. 3/ Retention and graduation rate data for UH Manoa are not reliable due to small cohort size, so are not being provided. Note: Selectivity is defined by average composite SAT scores, as shown in the table. Sources: " CSRDE Report: Retention & Graduation Rates of Entering Freshman Cohorts in 269 U.S. Colleges and Universities," May 1999; " CSRDE Report: Retention & Graduation Rates of Entering Freshmen Cohorts in 294 Colleges and Universities," May, GRADUATION AND RETENTION RATES PEER AND BENCHMARK GROUP COMPARISONS UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT M}NOA FALL 1990 to FALL 1998, as of 1999 This report summarizes data provided through the Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE) and compares graduation and retention rates at the University of Hawaii at M~noa with rates at its peer and benchmark institutions, and consortium institutions. It is coordinated by the Center for Institutional Data Exchange and Analysis (C-IDEA) at the College of Continuing Education, University of Oklahoma. Consortium members provide graduation and retention rates, which entitles them to an annual report which can be used as a reference guide for benchmarking. Each consortium member is also entitled to an individualized report consisting of self- identified peers. Using data from CSRDE, this report looks at three rates CSRDE: ! Retention/Continuation Rate: The percentage of first-time freshmen in a given Fall semester who returned to the institution in a subsequent fall semester. ! Graduation Rate: The cumulative percentage of first-time freshmen in a given Fall semester who graduated within a designated period of time, measured as of the summer term. ! Success Rate: The percentage of first-time freshmen in a given Fall semester who have either graduated or are still enrolled. The success rate is calculated by adding the graduation and retention rates together. Using these three rates, the University of Hawaii at M~noa is compared with its benchmark and peer group institutions, and against the 294 CSRDE member institutions who provided data for the CSRDE report. Appendix 1 shows which schools are included in M~noas peer and benchmark groups, as well as graduation, retention, and success rate data for their Fall 1993 cohort. All data in this report exclude two peer groups institutions, Oregon State University and the University of Utah, which are not CSRDE members. Due to differing methodologies and databases, the data reported here differ from previously reported data from the NCHEMS/University of Hawaii Longitudinal Database Project.

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7 DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES EARNED UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, COMMUNITY COLLEGES FISCAL YEAR Institutional Research Office University of Hawaii October 2000 File Reference: Management and Planning Support Folder, Students Reports available online at: APPLICATIONS PROCESSED UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII FALL 2000 Institutional Research Office University of Hawaii February 2001 File Reference: Management and Planning Support Folder, Students Reports available online at:

8 FALL ENROLLMENT REPORT UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII FALL 2000 Institutional Research Office University of Hawaii February 2001 File Reference: Management and Planning Support Folder, Students Reports available online at: SPRING ENROLLMENT REPORT UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SPRING 2001 Institutional Research Office University of Hawaii May 2001 File Reference: Management and Planning Support Folder, Students Reports available online at: SUMMER ENROLLMENT REPORT UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SUMMER 2001 Institutional Research Office University of Hawaii February 2002 File Reference: Management and Planning Support Folder, Students Reports available online at:

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16 TABLE 3 UH Manoa Comparisons with Institutional Members of the Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE) SIX-YEAR GRADUATION RATES OF FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN FALL 1990 TO FALL 1993 COHORTS 1/ Control totals reflect on cohorts; 1990 and 1991 cohort data not available. 2/ Caution should be used in comparing these percentages. UH Manoa reports "Mixed" category which is not used by other institutions. 3/ Retention and graduation rate data for UH Manoa are not reliable due to small cohort size, so are not being provided. Note: Selectivity is defined by average composite SAT scores, as shown in the table. Sources: " CSRDE Report: Retention & Graduation Rates of Entering Freshman Cohorts in 269 U.S. Colleges and Universities," May 1999; " CSRDE Report: Retention & Graduation Rates of Entering Freshmen Cohorts in 294 Colleges and Universities," May, GRADUATION AND RETENTION RATES PEER AND BENCHMARK GROUP COMPARISONS UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT M}NOA FALL 1990 to FALL 1998, as of 1999 This report summarizes data provided through the Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE) and compares graduation and retention rates at the University of Hawaii at M~noa with rates at its peer and benchmark institutions, and consortium institutions. It is coordinated by the Center for Institutional Data Exchange and Analysis (C-IDEA) at the College of Continuing Education, University of Oklahoma. Consortium members provide graduation and retention rates, which entitles them to an annual report which can be used as a reference guide for benchmarking. Each consortium member is also entitled to an individualized report consisting of self- identified peers. Using data from CSRDE, this report looks at three rates CSRDE: ! Retention/Continuation Rate: The percentage of first-time freshmen in a given Fall semester who returned to the institution in a subsequent fall semester. ! Graduation Rate: The cumulative percentage of first-time freshmen in a given Fall semester who graduated within a designated period of time, measured as of the summer term. ! Success Rate: The percentage of first-time freshmen in a given Fall semester who have either graduated or are still enrolled. The success rate is calculated by adding the graduation and retention rates together. Using these three rates, the University of Hawaii at M~noa is compared with its benchmark and peer group institutions, and against the 294 CSRDE member institutions who provided data for the CSRDE report. Appendix 1 shows which schools are included in M~noas peer and benchmark groups, as well as graduation, retention, and success rate data for their Fall 1993 cohort. All data in this report exclude two peer groups institutions, Oregon State University and the University of Utah, which are not CSRDE members. Due to differing methodologies and databases, the data reported here differ from previously reported data from the NCHEMS/University of Hawaii Longitudinal Database Project. GRADUATION AND RETENTION RATES PEER AND BENCHMARK GROUP COMPARISONS UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT M}NOA FALL 1990 TO FALL 1998 COHORTS as of 1999 Institutional Research Office University of Hawaii November 2000 File Reference: Management and Planning Support Folder, Students Reports available online at:

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25 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA Figure 3 6-Year Graduation, Persistence & Drop-Out Rates 6-Year Graduation Rate 58.0% Still Enrolled 10.9% Dropped Out 31.1% Fall 1987 Cohort Fall 1993 Cohort Fall 1990-Fall 1993 Average 6-Year Graduation Rate 54.0% Still Enrolled 10.0% Dropped Out 36.0% 6-Year Graduation Rate 54.7% Still Enrolled 10.6% Dropped Out 34.7% TABLE 3 UH Manoa Comparisons with Institutional Members of the Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE) SIX-YEAR GRADUATION RATES OF FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN FALL 1990 TO FALL 1993 COHORTS CSRDE Institutions by Selectivity (1998) UHHIGHLYMODERATELYLESSALL MANOASELECTIVE INSTITUTIONS Avg 6-yr graduation rates54.7%67.1%53.4%43.4%35.7%54.3% Control 1/ Public54.7%66.9%53.3%43.5%34.7%54.4% Private68.8%55.7%56.8%43.1%60.4% Gender Men50.2%64.3%50.3%38.9%30.8%51.4% Women58.2%69.9%56.2%47.0%39.6%57.0% Ethnicity 2/ Asian57.5%72.1%55.1%43.7%37.1%60.4% Hispanic 3/NA58.3%43.4%33.8%25.3%41.1% Caucasian41.6%67.9%55.5%45.3%39.6%56.4% African American 3/NA51.5%38.1%34.1%26.8%38.4% Am Ind/Alask Nat 3/NA46.1%28.5%23.1%27.0%33.2% Non-Resident Alien60.0%69.5%55.4%45.0%32.1%54.7% Mixed49.6%NA Number of institutions Public Private Avg Composite SAT ( above below cohort) 1/ Control totals reflect on cohorts; 1990 and 1991 cohort data not available. 2/ Caution should be used in comparing these percentages. UH Manoa reports "Mixed" category which is not used by other institutions. 3/ Retention and graduation rate data for UH Manoa are not reliable due to small cohort size, so are not being provided. Note: Selectivity is defined by average composite SAT scores, as shown in the table. Sources: " CSRDE Report: Retention & Graduation Rates of Entering Freshman Cohorts in 269 U.S. Colleges and Universities," May 1999; " CSRDE Report: Retention & Graduation Rates of Entering Freshmen Cohorts in 294 Colleges and Universities," May, TABLE 3 UH Manoa Comparisons with Institutional Members of the Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE) SIX-YEAR GRADUATION RATES OF FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN FALL 1990 TO FALL 1993 COHORTS CSRDE Institutions by Selectivity (1998) UHHIGHLYMODERATELYLESSALL MANOASELECTIVE INSTITUTIONS Avg 6-yr graduation rates54.7%67.1%53.4%43.4%35.7%54.3% Control 1/ Public54.7%66.9%53.3%43.5%34.7%54.4% Private68.8%55.7%56.8%43.1%60.4% Gender Men50.2%64.3%50.3%38.9%30.8%51.4% Women58.2%69.9%56.2%47.0%39.6%57.0% Ethnicity 2/ Asian57.5%72.1%55.1%43.7%37.1%60.4% Hispanic 3/NA58.3%43.4%33.8%25.3%41.1% Caucasian41.6%67.9%55.5%45.3%39.6%56.4% African American 3/NA51.5%38.1%34.1%26.8%38.4% Am Ind/Alask Nat 3/NA46.1%28.5%23.1%27.0%33.2% Non-Resident Alien60.0%69.5%55.4%45.0%32.1%54.7% Mixed49.6%NA Number of institutions Public Private Avg Composite SAT ( above below cohort) CSRDE Institutions by Selectivity (1998) UHHIGHLYMODERATELYLESSALL MANOASELECTIVE INSTITUTIONS Avg 6-yr graduation rates54.7%67.1%53.4%43.4%35.7%54.3% Control 1/ Public54.7%66.9%53.3%43.5%34.7%54.4% Private68.8%55.7%56.8%43.1%60.4% Gender Men50.2%64.3%50.3%38.9%30.8%51.4% Women58.2%69.9%56.2%47.0%39.6%57.0% Ethnicity 2/ Asian57.5%72.1%55.1%43.7%37.1%60.4% Hispanic 3/NA58.3%43.4%33.8%25.3%41.1% Caucasian41.6%67.9%55.5%45.3%39.6%56.4% African American 3/NA51.5%38.1%34.1%26.8%38.4% Am Ind/Alask Nat 3/NA46.1%28.5%23.1%27.0%33.2% Non-Resident Alien60.0%69.5%55.4%45.0%32.1%54.7% Mixed49.6%NA Number of institutions Public Private Avg Composite SAT ( above below cohort) 1/ Control totals reflect on cohorts; 1990 and 1991 cohort data not available. 2/ Caution should be used in comparing these percentages. UH Manoa reports "Mixed" category which is not used by other institutions. 3/ Retention and graduation rate data for UH Manoa are not reliable due to small cohort size, so are not being provided. Note: Selectivity is defined by average composite SAT scores, as shown in the table. Sources: " CSRDE Report: Retention & Graduation Rates of Entering Freshman Cohorts in 269 U.S. Colleges and Universities," May 1999; " CSRDE Report: Retention & Graduation Rates of Entering Freshmen Cohorts in 294 Colleges and Universities," May, 2000.

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