This Student Right-to-Know (SRTK) rate complies with Federal guidelines, which specifies graduation from the campus initially enrolled. Because each University of Pittsburgh campus is treated as a separate institution, students who begin as a first-year student at one campus and receive a degree from another campus are not counted as graduates. Because of this, SRTK graduation rates for the regional campuses (Johnstown, Greensburg, Titusville, and Bradford) may appear artificially low in comparison with system wide graduation reports.
Graduation rates of full-time, first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates (baccalaureate and associate degree-seeking combined) within 150% of normal time to program completion, by gender, race/ethnicity, and Title IV aid status.
Overall Graduation Rates, Fall 2014 Cohort
|Bradford Campus||Graduation Rate|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0%|
|Black or African American||33%|
|Hispanic or Latino||26%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||100%|
|Two or more races||50%|
|Pell Grant Recipients||41%|
|Stafford Loan Recipients (not receiving Pell)||45%|
|Did Not Receive Pell Grant or Stafford Loan||46%|
Note that the transfer-out rate is the percentage of students who did not graduate from their initial campus of enrollment, but instead transferred to another college or university (including another University of Pittsburgh campus) within 150% of the length of their program.
The table below shows system-wide graduation rates.
52% is the six-year graduation rate for baccalaureate degree-seeking students entering the Bradford Campus in Fall 2014 and who either graduated from the Bradford Campus or another University of Pittsburgh campus.
These figures may differ from SRTK rates reported or graduation rates provided in other publications due to differing cohort definitions used by the University of Pittsburgh.
|Bradford Campus||Graduated from Bradford Campus||Graduated from another University of Pittsburgh Campus||Total Graduation Rate*|
* As calculated per University standards.