The completions report reflects the degree conferrals in a given fiscal year (July 1-June 30) and is the basis for our reporting to Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). As such, Purdue University degrees granted at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) are included in our totals and IUPUI campus views.
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Historical Degree Information
The "Historic Degrees Conferred" report does not contain the totals of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) and Statewide Technology (SWT) degrees awarded through Purdue University. The number of IPFW and SWT degree figures can be found in our Fact Book.
Please note: The following reports are in PDF format.
- Number of Degrees Awarded at Indiana University (since 1830)
- Indiana University Degrees Awarded by Campus, 1971-present
Bachelor Degree Recipient Profile
Summary Reports - 2014-15
Incoming Characteristics & Populations
- Nearly one third of bachelor's degrees awarded in 2014-15 were to students who came to IU as transfers.
- More than 80% of Bachelor graduates took summer coursework.
- Beginner domestic minority students who were awarded degrees in 2014-15 increased by 11.4% from the previous year.
Time to Degree Summary
- Almost 71% of beginner students who took dual credit coursework completed their degrees on time.
- Of those beginner students who graduated with no loan debt (4,074), almost 71% completed their degrees on time.
Beginner Attempted vs. Earned Hours by CIP Code Description
- Almost 74% of all beginner students in the Biological and Biomedical Science and Public Administration programs completed their degrees on-time.
Archived Summary Reports
These views are a result of several state and federal initiatives and incentives during the past few years (e.g. Reaching Higher Achieving More, Complete College of America). UIRR has designed these data views with drill down capabilities to easily research the timeliness of Bachelor recipient degree completions. These views contain the most recent five years of data.
Traditional graduation rates are calculated by taking a cohort of incoming first-time in college students who are enrolled full-time and tracks them through 150% of the (NORMAL) time to determine successful outcomes (1.5 years for certificates, 3 years for associate degrees and 6 years for bachelor degrees). But, this process excludes certain enrollees (e.g. part-time, transfer and does not give credit for a student who graduates after the six-year time frame. IU time to degree (TTD) takes a different approach - the TTD captures all IU first-time bachelor's degree recipients in a particular year and looks back to see how long it took those students to graduate. A student who receives their bachelor's degree within four years is considered to have received their degree on-time.
There are numerous initiatives now in place that encourage students to graduate within four years after beginning college (Reaching Higher, Achieving More; Complete College of America). UIRR developed these data views and visualizations in order to help inform senior leadership, data providers, and stakeholders about how successful IU students are at taking the necessary credit hours per semester to accomplish on-time completion. These views can also be used to identify target populations that are less successful so that interventions can be put into place to help these students graduate on-time and without accruing unnecessary delays and expenses.