Missouri State University

1. Fall to Fall Retention (Full-Time New in College Cohort)

Data last updated: September 2014

Fall-to-Fall retention is the percent of first-time college students who return to the university after his or her first year. Each fall cohort includes students who are new in college and attending full-time, as well as students who began in the preceding summer and continue as full-time students in the fall.

Data is updated each fall.

[LRP, Access to Success, Objective 5 & MO-PFM].

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Measure 1: Annual Fall-to-Fall Retention*

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2012 2013 2016 Goal
75.25% 75.22% 80.00%
Year Percentage
2009 73.50%
2010 75.43%
2011 75.35%
2012 75.25%
2013 75.22%

* Includes all first-time students even if they were not previously reported to IPEDS. Prior to Fall 2009 only first-time freshmen were reported to IPEDS. Fall 2009 and forward all first-time students are reported (freshmen, sophomores, juniors).

Measure 2: Three-Year Rolling Average Fall-to-Fall Retention*

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2010 - 2012 2011 - 2013 2016 Goal
75.34% 75.27% 80.00%
Year Percentage
2007 - 2009 74.65%
2008 - 2010 75.12%
2009 - 2011 74.76%
2010 - 2012 75.34%
2011 - 2013 75.27%

* Includes all first-time students even if they were not previously reported to IPEDS. Prior to Fall 2009 only first-time freshmen were reported to IPEDS. Fall 2009 and forward all first-time students are reported (freshmen, sophomores, juniors).