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Retention Rates: Traditional Undergraduate

First to Second Year: 76% (percentage of first-time, full-time, degree seeking students entering fall of 2018 who returned to Judson University fall 2019).

4 and 6 Year Graduation Rates: Traditional Undergraduate

4-Year Graduation Rate: 58% (percentage of first-time, full-time, degree seeking students entering in the fall of 2015 who graduated from Judson by August 31, 2019).

6-Year Graduation Rate: 57% (percentage of first-time, full-time, degree seeking students entering in the fall of 2013 who graduated from Judson by August 31, 2019).

Alumni Placements for 2016-17 through 2018-19

Cohort Persistency: Adult Undergraduate Cohorts

Associates Fall to Spring: 80%
Associates Spring to Fall: 66%

Bachelors Fall to Spring: 99%
Bachelors Spring to Fall: 76%

*Fall to Spring rates include the percentage of degree seeking students in the fall of 2018 who returned to Judson spring 2019.
**Spring to Fall rates include the percentage of degree seeking students in the spring of 2019 who returned to Judson fall 2019.

Cohort Persistency: Masters Programs

Master of Architecture: 100% (percentage of degree seeking students in the fall of 2018 who returned to Judson spring 2019).

Master of Education in Literacy: 100% (percentage of degree seeking students in the fall of 2018 who returned to Judson spring 2019).

Master of Business Administration: 83%

Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership: 91%

Master of Arts in Human Services: not available

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling: not available

Master of Leadership in Ministry: 100%

*Persistency rates (excluding the Masters of Architecture and Education) include the percentage of degree seeking students in the spring of 2019 who returned to Judson fall 2019.

Graduation Rates: Adult Undergraduate

Associate 2-Year Graduation Rate: 33% (percentage of first-time, full-time, degree seeking students entering in the fall of 2017 who graduated from Judson by August 31, 2019).

Bachelor 4-Year Graduation Rate: 58% (percentage of degree seeking students entering in the fall of 2015 who graduated from Judson by August 31, 2019).
Bachelor 6-Year Graduation rate: 62% (percentage of degree seeking students entering in the fall of 2013 who graduated from Judson by August 31, 2019).

2 and 4 Year Graduation Rates: Master’s Programs

Master of Architecture

2-Year Graduation Rate (2017): 100%
4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): 96%

Master of Business Administration

2-Year Graduation Rate (2017): 86%
4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): 88%

Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership

2-Year Graduation Rate (2017): 83%
4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): 82%

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

2-Year Graduation Rate (2017): 40%
4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): not available; program began in 2016

Master of Arts in Human Services Administration

2-Year Graduation Rate (2017): 75%
4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): not available

Master of Leadership in Ministry

2-Year Graduation Rate (2017): 71%
4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): not available

Master of Education in Literacy

2-Year Graduation Rate (2017): 79%
4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): 94%

*2-Year Graduation Rates include the percentage of degree seeking students entering in the fall of 2017 who graduated from Judson by August 31, 2019).
**4-Year Graduation Rates include the percentage of degree seeking students entering in the fall of 2015 who graduated from Judson by August 31, 2019).

Graduation Rates: Doctoral Programs

Doctor of Education in Literacy

4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): 100%

Doctor of Education in Leadership and Policy Studies

4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): not available; program begins in 2020

Doctor of Computer Science

4-Year Graduation Rate (2015): not available; program begins in 2019

Licensure Rates

Architecture Licensure Rate

Judson University’s Architecture majors take a series of seven Architecture Registration Examinations (ARE) to earn licensure. The median pass rate across all seven examinations was 72% in 2019.

Education Licensure Rate

100% of Judson University Education majors went on to pass their Illinois Professional Educator Licensure exam in 2019.

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