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Student Diversity & Outcome Information

The Office of Institutional Research makes student diversity and outcome information available below. You can also download a printable copy (PDF/15KB).

Diversity

Outcomes

Fall 2013


The following tables contain information concerning the self-identified race/ethnicity of full-time degree-seeking undergraduate students enrolled at Saint Anselm College during Fall 2013.

  • Overall Enrollment: 1,877

Enrollment by Gender

Count Percent
Men 761 41%
Women 1,116 59%

 

Enrollment by Race/Ethnic Group

Count Percent
American Indian / Alaskan 4 0.2%
Asian 15 0.8%
Black / African American 34 1.8%
Hawaiian / Pacific Island 2 0.1%
Hispanic 58 3.1%
Two or more races 30 1.6%
International 11 0.6%
Unknown 248 13.2%
White 1,475 78.6%
Total 1,877

 

Pell Grant Recipients 2011-2012

Count % of Group
All Undergraduates 354 19%
Full-time first-time students 102 19%
Note: Pell Grant data is from IPEDS Financial Aid Survey and is the most current reported year.

Student Outcomes


As a part of the recently revised Higher Education Opportunity Act (2008) institutions must now provide their completion and graduation rate information. This page contains data on six-year graduation rates of degree-seeking first-time, full-time undergraduate students. The six-year graduation time frame is the equivalent of 150 percent of the expected four years allotted to graduate.

Six year graduation rates for the of first-time full-time undergraduate students who entered Saint Anselm College in the fall of the given year.

Overall 2006 Cohort Graduation Rate

Count Percent
Initial Cohort 568
Number of Allowed Exclusions 0
Graduated in 4 years 410 72%
Graduated within 5 years 12 2%
Graduated within 6 years 0 0%
Total 6-year Rate 422 74%

 

2006 Cohort Graduation Rate by Gender

Women Men Total
Initial Cohort 343 225 568
Allowed Exclusions 0 0 0
Graduated within 6 years 265 157 422
Graduation Rate 77% 70% 74%

 

Combined Cohort Graduation Rates by Race/Ethnicity - 2004, 2005, 2006

Graduation rates are calculated according to the number of students in an entering fall cohort who graduate within six years of entering. Students who transfer into the institution are not included in these counts. Because of the small numbers of students in some of the race/ethnicity categories, three years' worth of data have been combined in order to smooth out some of the year-to-year variations and minimize potential identification.

Initial Count Graduate Count 6-year Grad Rate
American Indian / Alaskan 10 6 60%
Asian 28 17 61%
Black / African American 8 6 75%
Hispanic / Puerto Rican 9 6 67%
International Students 7 7 100%
Unknown 435 317 73%
White 1,106 824 74%
ALANA Total 55 35 64%
Total 1,603 1,183 74%
Notes: ALANA includes student self-identifying as Hispanic, American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black/African American, or two or more races. This table categorizes students using the federal government's race/ethnicity categories. "International students" in this table are non-U.S. citizens. "Unknown" students are those who declined to self-identify themselves on college documents.

 

2006 Cohort Graduation Rate by Financial Status

Initial Count 6-Year Grad Count Graduation Rate %
Received Pell Grant 53 35 66%
Received Stafford Loan, no Pell 360 279 78%
No Pell or Stafford 155 108 70%