Journalism Academic Statistics

Student graduation rates

Journalism student graduation rates
Entering classThird yearFourth yearFifth yearSixth year
20092.3%81.3%83.6%83.6%
20100.8%81.7%82.4%83.2%
20112.8%88.8%91.6%92.5%
20123.1%86.3%90.1%90.8%
20132.8%78.7%81.6%n/a
20143.4%68.2%n/an/a
All IUB student graduation rates
Entering classThird yearFourth yearFifth yearSixth year
20091.0%67.5%81.6%84.1%
20101.3%67.6%81.0%83.4%
20112.0%71.5%83.2%85.4%
20121.8%71.5%83.0%n/a
20132.0%75.1%n/an/a
20142.2%76.9%n/an/a

Graduation rates are calculated by dividing the number of graduating students by the number of students in a cohort.

Graduated journalism includes B.A.J. and B.A. degrees in journalism earned from Bloomington campus from tracking start term through Aug. 31 of the tracking year (e.g., for the fall 2009 cohort, from Sept. 1, 2009, through Aug. 31, 2011, for “after second year”; from Sept. 1, 2009, through Aug. 31, 2012, for “after third year,” etc.). It excludes:

  • degrees awarded prior to Sept. 1 of the cohort year (e.g., for fall 2009 cohort, excludes degrees awarded prior to Sept. 1, 2009).
  •  degrees earned from regional campuses.

Questions?

Contact journalism unit director James Kelly or director of undergraduate studies Emily Metzgar.