Alaska College Graduation, Transfer-out, Retention Rate Statistics

For the academic year 2019-2020, the average graduation rate at Alaska colleges is 47.89%. The graduation rate is calculated by number of completers by dividing number of candidates. The completers have completed their degree/certificate within 150% of normal time, for example within 6 years for 4-years BS degree program.
The average transfer-out rate is 17.60% and the average retention rate is 68.50% (full-time students).
Next list shows the colleges with the highest and lowest graduation rate and more relative statistics. For that, we include only 4-year colleges and having more than 500 enrolled students.

2020 Alaska Colleges Graduation Rate Comparison Table

The following table lists Alaska colleges with graduation, transfer-out, and retention rate. The graduation rate is based on the number of completers who completed their program within 150% normal time (i.e. within 6 years for 4 years B.S. degrees).
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All SchoolsPublicPrivate4-Years CollegeCommunity CollegesCareer Colleges
College NameGraduation RateTransfer-out RateRetention Rate (full-time)Retention Rate (part-time)
University of Alaska Anchorage
Anchorage, AK
Public, 4 years
four-years
30%4%68%37
Alaska Bible College
Palmer, AK
Private, 4 years
four-years
63%-67%-
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks, AK
Public, 4 years
four-years
39%6%78%39
University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau, AK
Public, 4 years
four-years
18%10%63%32
Alaska Pacific University
Anchorage, AK
Private, 4 years
four-years
56%33%56%75
Alaska Vocational Technical Center
Seward, AK
Public, Less than 2 years
92%-81%100
Alaska Career College
Anchorage, AK
Private, 2-4 years
79%-71%-
Ilisagvik College
Barrow, AK
Public, 4 years
four-years
35%35%--
Alaska Christian College
Soldotna, AK
Private, 2-4 years
19%-64%-
Average48%18%69%57