ASR

Division II honors schools for academic excellence

As part of the Division II Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence program, now in its fourth year, 24 Division II institutions will be honored for achieving four-year ASRs of 90 percent or higher.

Division III Presidents review grad rates, discuss legislation

At its last meeting before the NCAA Convention convenes in January, the Division III Presidents Council reviewed the division’s graduation rates, including the Academic Success Rate data, and discussed how members can use that information to continue to improve the rates.

Summary of Division III Academic Success Rates

In 2010 Division III launched the Academic Reporting Program, a voluntary data collection of student-athlete graduation information. Division III schools are not required to report rates specifically for student-athletes, although they...

Summary of Division II Academic Success Rates

When the Graduation Success Rate (GSR) was developed for Division I, the membership in Divisions II and III began to wonder whether a similar methodology could apply to them, even though the characteristics of membership are different in...

Division II celebrates continued academic and graduation success

In the third year of the Division II Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence program, 27 schools have been honored for achieving four-year Academic Success Rates of 90 percent or more.

Division III student-athletes continue academic success

Division III student-athletes continue to graduate at higher rates than their peers in the student-body, according to the most recent NCAA Academic Success Rate data.

DII single-year ASR drops by a point; four-year average is constant

By David Pickle A drop in graduation rates for two- and four-year transfers led to a small decline for the entering class of 2005 in the latest Division II Academic Success Rate. The overall Division II ASR for the 2005 cohort was 72...

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