College Continues to Graduate Higher Percentage of Students than National Average

September 6, 2018 | Commencement, Graduation Rates

Guttman Graduation 2018

Guttman Community College continues to graduate students at a rate significantly above the national average for comparable two-year urban public colleges.

As of August 23, Guttman Community College has conferred 222 associate degrees for the 2017-2018 academic year.  35 students graduated with Honors by having cumulative GPAs of 3.5 or higher.

430 students enrolled in the College’s 2016 entering class. After two years, 122 students from the 2016 cohort (28%) have graduated, a metric significantly higher than the two-year national graduation rate at two-year urban public colleges (7%, IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey 2016).

The College enrolled 444 students in fall 2015. After three years, 191 students from the College’s 2015 entering class have graduated (43%), a metric significantly higher than the national graduation rate at two-year urban public colleges (18%, IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey 2016).

Overall, 901 students have now graduated from Guttman Community College to continue their studies or embark on careers.