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Graduation and Retention

Goal 1

77% retention of first year domestic students {Source: Enrollment Management Council}

Mississippi University for Women fosters the academic development and engagement of first-time full-time students by supporting continued enrollment into the third academic term and beyond.

goal 1 2018

Goal 2

6-year graduation rate of 45% for First-time Full-time domestic Freshmen {Source: Enrollment Management Council}

Mississippi University for Women promotes the educational attainment of its first-time full-time students by providing high quality undergraduate education in a variety  of liberal arts and professional programs and supporting degree attainment within twelve academic terms.

goal 2 2018

Goal 3

75% or greater retention of new Transfer Students (excluding Tupelo Nursing RN to BSN and excluding part-time transfer students) {Source: Enrollment Management Council}

Mississippi University for Women fosters the academic development and engagement of transfer students by encouraging continued enrollment into the third academic term and beyond.

goal 3 2018

Goal 4

4-year graduation rate of 59% for First-time Full-time Transfer students (excluding Tupelo Nursing RN to BSN) {Source: Enrollment Management Council}

Mississippi University for Women promotes the educational attainment of its transfer students by providing high quality undergraduate education in a variety of liberal arts and professional programs and supporting degree attainment within eight acadmic terms.

goal 4 2018

Goal 5

Meet or exceed the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) system average for undergraduate degrees awarded per 100 undergraduate FTE enrollment {Source: EAC Report Card}

Mississippi University for Women strives to provide a high quality education throughout MIssissippi and northwest Alabama.

goal 5 2018

Course Completion {Source: EAC Report Card}

Goal 6

Meet or exceed the IHL system average for the percent of full-time students completing 24 credit hours within one academic year

Mississippi University for Women inspires the need for a liberal arts and professional education among potential full-time students.

Goal 7

Meet or exceed the IHL system average for the percent of part-time students completing 12 credit hours within one academic year

Mississippi University for Women inspires the need for a liberal arts and professional education among potential part-time students.

goal 6 7 2018 

Licensing/Credentialing Examinations

Goal 8

Maintain or exceed a 3 year average of an 80% passage rate on licensing/credentialing exams in a field of study.

Mississippi University for Women effectively educates its students in their chosen field of study.

 

Academic Year

Exam

2016

2017

2018

3 Year Average

Praxis II Subject Area

100%

100%

100%

100%

Praxis II - SLP

100%

100%

100%

100%

Music Therapy

100%

100%

100%

100%

SLLA*

78%

43%

100%

74%

*School Leaders Licensure Assessment

 

 

Calendar Year

Nursing*

2015

2016

2017

3 Year Average

NCLEX-ASN

100%

98%

100%

99%

NCLEX-BSN

97%

100%

100%

99%

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014

2015

2016

3 Year Average

Nurse Practitioner Certification

100%

100%

97%

99%

*According to the Annual Report for Mississippi Nursing Degree Programs presented by the Office of Academic and Student Affairs for Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning in May 2018.

Job Placement

Goal 9

Establish an 85% placement rate of graduates in full-time employment or graduate school within one year of degree completion.

Mississippi University for Women encourages its students to lead a successful and fulfilling life after graduation.

The university’s graduates are hired quickly, as evident by the 85% of students who graduated in the 2014-2015 cohort, according to Mississippi Lifetracks data collection on in-state employees. Also, according to the 2016 Alumni Survey, which is distributed every three years, 74% of participants who graduated in 2014 or 2015 secured full-time employment, and 32% of participants who graduated from 2013 to 2015 have pursued further education in graduate studies.  

 

*Updated October 2018 - IR&A