The graduation rate at the Johnstown Campus of the University of Pittsburgh, calculated according to the U.S. Department of Education guidelines, is 51%.
This Student Right-to-Know (SRTK) Graduation Rate is described as follows:
Hence, the current SRTK graduation rate for this campus of the University of Pittsburgh of 51% is based upon the following students:
Associate-seeking freshmen who had:
Baccalaureate-seeking freshmen who had:
As described above, the graduation rates of four classes of entering freshmen are reflected in this SRTK graduation rate. While the graduation rates reported for freshmen entering in Fall 2008, 2009, and 2010 reflect graduation from any University of Pittsburgh four-year campus, the graduation rates for freshmen entering in Fall 2011 reflect graduation from the Johnstown campus only. The latter methodology for reporting graduation rates is now the standard in reporting data, and will be followed in reporting data respective to each subsequent freshman class to be included in this SRTK rate.
One group of students who are included in the overall SRTK graduation rate are those who are baccalaureate-seeking, full-time, first-time freshmen. For these freshmen, specifically those who had started at this campus in Fall Term 2011 and then graduated from this campus within six years, the graduation rate is 47%. When including those students who transfer to, and then earn their baccalaaureate from, another University of Pittsburgh campus, that graduation rate is 56%.
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