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Student Right-To-Know

The federal "Student Right-to-Know Act" requires most colleges and universities to report the percentage of its new, full-time students who complete degree or certificate programs within 150% of the "normal time" to complete. For ICC students pursuing two-year Associate degrees, normal time equates to three years. For those pursuing Certificates, normal time is proportionate to the number of credit hours required for completion, and typically equates to one-and-a-half to two years.

Graduation & Transfer Rates - Fall 2010 Cohort (FY 2011)

Initial cohort of first-time, degree- or certificate-seeking students 1,094
Of above students in the initial cohort, number who completed a degree or certificate program 258
Of above students in the initial cohort, number who completed a degree or certificate program within 150% of normal time 254
Graduation Rate within 150% of Normal Time 23.22%
Of the students in the initial cohort, number who did not complete a degree or certificate but who were still enrolled 135
Of students in the cohort who did not graduate nor return nor remain enrolled, number who transferred to another institution, within 150% of normal time 219
Number who transferred to 4-year or higher institution 67
Number who transferred to a 2-year institution 153
Transfer Rate within 150% of Normal Time 20.02%
Of the students in the initial cohort, total number who completed, transferred, or who remain enrolled 612
Overall Success Rate 55.94%

SOURCE: ICCB Graduation Rate Survey Report for Illinois Central College, January 15, 2014

Past Cohort Graduation Rates
Cohort Fiscal Year 2009
Cohort Fiscal Year 2008
Cohort Fiscal Year 2007
Cohort Fiscal Year 2006
Cohort Fiscal Year 2005
Cohort Fiscal Year 2004
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Cohort Fiscal Year 2002
Cohort Fiscal Year 2001