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USA: 1 March 2002
The graduation rate of Purchase college is forty four percent for four year students and fifty six percent for six year students.
About 1/3 or 33 percent
Minnesota College Graduation Rates are on the rise, with sixty-one percent of College Students Graduating based on information provided directly from the school system itself in 2008.
The graduation rate for the University of Alabama is 67 percent.
Men 92.9 percent Women 84.7 percent
Washington state has a 76 percent high school graduation rate. Their rate of graduation for students with disabilities is 56 percent. Washington state has the same graduation rate as California, Utah, and West Virginia.
Detroit Catholic Central High School has an almost 100 percent graduation rate. Among them 95 to 100 percent actually go to college. The average SAT and ACT scores are well above national averages.
57% percent of college students are women
Ninety-six percent of people who graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design are employed one year after graduation. Roughly 70 percent have jobs that are related to their major.
in 2007-08 , 68.3 percent
The graduation rate at UC Berkeley is consistently above 90 percent. Over the past few years, it has gradually risen. It's one of the higher graduation rates in the country.
Scotland has a fairly low graduation rate for high school. It is estimated that only 65 percent of students graduate.
There is a very high percent of Switzerland that is college educated. It is estimated that over 67% of Switzerland has college education.
About 2.3 percent,
%73 percent of high school graduates don't graduate from college.
Today 15 percent.