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Student Achievement

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro's commitment to student achievement is evident in the Mission and Goals statement: “UNCG is a learner-centered, accessible, and inclusive community fostering intellectual inquiry to prepare students for meaningful lives and engaged citizenship.” UNCG’s units and departments monitor and assess the success of students as they progress in their programs using various approaches appropriate to the discipline.  Included on this page are tables indicating Persistence Rates, Graduation Rates, Enrollment, Praxis II/Pearson, and NCLEX results.


Persistence and Graduation Rates

The Office of Institutional Research and UNC General Administration provide persistence rates, graduation rates, and information on the number of degrees awarded. In this chart, persistence rates include retained plus graduated students. Since 2010, the one-year persistence rates of first-time, degree-seeking students have fluctuated between the low of 73.6 and high 78.1%.

One Year Persistence Rates

Incoming Full-Time Freshmen 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year
2010 2515 75.6 65.2 60.3 58.4 56.0
2011 2433 75.8 64.6 60.1 57.6
2012 2516 73.6 66.1 61.5

2013 2482 78.1 68.8


2014 2593 77.0


2015 2773




Graduation Rates

Incoming Full-Time Freshmen Four Year Graduation Rate  Five Year Graduation Rate  Six Year Graduation Rate 
2005 2401 27.9 47.8 53.4
2006 2401 29.4 49.2 54.3
2007 2433 29.6 49.9 55.3
2008 2472 30.7 50.2 55.6
2009 2511 32.1 51.5 56.0
2010 2515 30.3 49.7
2011 2443 29.5
2012 2516
2013 2482
2014 2593
2015 2773


UNCG Enrollment and Degrees Awarded

Fall Enrollment









 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year



2012

2013

2014

2016

2016

2017

Undergraduate



       14,898

14,592

15,173

15,951

16,281

16,439

Graduate



       3,618

3,482

3,474

3,442

3,372

3,483

 

 

 

Total

 

 

 

       18,516

       18,074

       18,647

19,393

19,653

19,922



Degrees Awarded



2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Bachelor



3,038

3,036

2,832

2,903

3,116

Master/Specialist



1,089

980

929

1039

900

Doctorate

 

 

 

134

131

129

151

127

Total

 

 

 

4,261

4,147

3,890

4,093

4,165



School of Education

Praxis II / Pearson. The Praxis II/Pearson assessments measure general and subject-specific knowledge and teaching skills. The assessments are required for elementary, special education, TESOL, reading add-on, and alternative licensure students who hold lateral entry teaching licenses.

Pass Rates for UNCG Praxis II/Pearson takers (*** Pass rates are not included for tests with less than 10 participants)

5015 - Elementary Education: Instructional Practice Applications
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2011 2 ***
2012 155 99.4
2013 142 100
2014 118 100
2015 3 ***


90 - Pearson Foundations of Reading
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2015 96 92.7
2016 85 94.1


103 - Pearson General Curriculum Multi-Subjects
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2015 95 90.5
2016 79 83.5


203 - Pearson General Curriculum Mathematics
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2015 95 83.2
2016 78 74.4


5511/0511 - Exceptional Children: Fundamental Subjects-Content Knowledge
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2008 13 100
2010 43 100
2011 44 97.7
2012 45 97.8
2013 48 100
2014 39 100
2015 6 ***


5543/0543 - Special Education: Core Knowledge and Mild to Moderate Applications
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2011 31 96.8
2012 41 97.6
2013 47 100
2014 39 100
2015 32 100
2016 30 100


5135 - Art Content and Analysis
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 1 ***
2015 3 ***
2016 7 ***


5038 - English Language Arts: Content Knowledge
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 1 ***
2015 11 91.0
2016 6 ***


5361 - English to Speakers of Other Languages
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 7 ***
2015 8 ***


0435 - General Science Content Knowledge
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 3 ***
2015 4 ***
2016 2 ***


5857 - Health and PE
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2015 11 91.0
2016 5 ***


5601 - Latin
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 2 ***
2015 0 -
2016 1 ***


5161 - Mathematics Content Knowledge
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 1 ***
2015 2 ***
2016 3 ***


5047 - Middle School English Language Arts
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 1 ***
2015 5 ***
2016 12 75.0


5169 - Middle School Mathematics
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 2 ***
2015 5 ***
2016 3 ***


5440 - Middle School Science
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2015 2 ***
2016 6 ***


5089 - Middle School Social Studies
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 1 ***
2015 7 ***
2016 8 ***


5114 - Music Content and Instruction
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 2 ***
2015 15 66.7
2016 5 ***


5624 - Principles Learning and Teaching
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 3 ***
2015 37 100.0
2016 16 100.0


0081 - Social Studies Content Knowledge
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 1 ***
2015 20 90.0
2016 8 ***


5195 - Spanish World Language
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2014 2 ***
2015 3 ***
2016 3 ***


5174 - French World Language
Academic Year Graduates Tested Percent Passing
2016 1 ***



School of Nursing

National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX)-RN Passing Rates. NCLEX is an examination for the licensing of nurses in the United States. The School of Nursing examines the pass rate on the NCLEX annually as part of the School's Systematic Evaluation Plan. The Evaluation Plan specifies an acceptable pass rate of at least 90%; in instances when the pass rate has fallen below this criterion, the Nursing School has established task forces to examine and make recommendations regarding pertinent factors, such as admission criteria, clinical site placement, instructional strategies, and capstone experiences.

First-time NCLEX pass rates


2008

2009

2010

2011

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
UNCG 89% 95% 85% 95% 97% 92% 87% 89% 88%