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Student Right-to-Know

 
The following information is being provided as required under the Student-Right-to-Know Act (Public Law 101-542) and the Campus Security Act (Public Law 102-26).

Union County College enrolled 1,782 first-time, full-time certificate- or degree-seeking students in the fall semester of 2012.  A total of 280 (15.7%) students of the Fall 2012 first-time, full-time cohort, graduated within 150% of normal time to completion.  This calculation is used to determine the College’s graduation rate.  A total of 225 (12.6%) students transferred to another college or university within 150% of normal time to completion.  This calculation is used to determine the College’s transfer-out rate.  A student who continues their studies beyond the 150% of normal time to completion is known as a persister.  A total of 388 (21.8%) students, from this same cohort, continued their studies at Union County College in the subsequent semester (Fall 2015).

Additional enrollment data can be found on the Institutional Research page. We invite you to review the College’s Annual Institutional Profile, the Disclosures for Student Athletes, the Common Data Set reports and the planning flow chart for more information. 


 
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