- Office of Information Management
- Graduation Reports
The reports provide an overview of degrees awarded during a given academic year at Indiana University Kokomo. It provides a look at the type of degree earned (Associate, Bachelors...) by program and the types of degrees earned within specific counties. In addition, it looks at demographic information of the graduates: Age, Ethnicity/Gender, and County of Residence.
These reports are provide by University Planning, Institutional Research, and Accountability at Bloomington, IN. They summarize data submitted to IPEDS and reflect the graduation rates for incoming, full-time undergraduate students based upon their year of entry into the university. Degree completion is measured by the accepted federal guideline of 150 percent of program length (1.5 years for certificates, three years for associates, and six years for baccalaureates).The graduation rate population is defined as full-time beginner (FTB), degree-seeking students who began their academic careers in the fall of any given year.
Please note: Cohort refers to a degree-seeking undergraduate who is enrolled in the fall term who either matriculated in that fall term or in any one of the previous summer sessions, or a group of individuals having a common factor (such as age or class membership).