Graduation Success Rate (GSR)

College athletes graduate at record high rates

More Division I student-athletes than ever are earning their degrees, according to new Graduation Success Rate data released today. The most recent rate is 88 percent, a record high and an increase of 1 percentage point from 2017 numbers.

DI African-American student-athletes graduate at record rates

Division I student-athletes in nearly all sports and demographics improved their graduation rates, most notably a 3 percentage point increase for African-Americans in all sports, which contributed to a record-high 87 percent Graduation Success Rate.

African-American men’s basketball players succeeding in the classroom at highest rates ever

Significant and historically high graduation rates for African-American men’s basketball student-athletes are fueling an all-time high Graduation Success Rate for Division I college athletes.

DII student-athletes continue to outperform peers

Division II student-athletes have maintained steady graduation rates, according to the most recent NCAA Academic Success Rate data.

DIII student-athletes see continued graduation success

The Division III national four-year average Academic Success Rate held steady at 87 percent in the 2015-16 academic year.

Graduation Success Rate continues to climb

The Graduation Success Rate for Division I college athletes who entered school in 2008 climbed to 86 percent – two points over last year and the highest rate ever measured.

Student-athletes earn diplomas at record rate

More student-athletes than ever are earning degrees at Division I schools. The most recent Graduation Success Rate data, collected for student-athletes who entered college in 2007, shows 84 percent graduated within six years.

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