Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary is committed to providing a quality education that prepares men and women to fulfill the school's mission of taking the Word to the World. The following tables show the percentages of student retention, graduation, and placement.
STUDENT RETENTION RATE
The percentage of students eligible to return from the previous spring semester who actually enrolled the following fall semester
The percentage of students who enrolled in the year indicated and graduated according to the 150% timeline established by the U.S. Department of Education
ANALYSIS OF THE 2009 COHORT
The following information reflects the graduation/completion status of first-time, full-time students who enrolled in a four-year program in fall 2010 and completed the program in 150% of the normal projected time-frame.
|Fall 2010 Cohort||Completion Rate*|
|American Indian/Alaskan Native||0|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||0|
|Two or More Races||0|
|By Financial Aid|
|Recipients of Pell Grants||35||54%|
|Recipients of Subsidized Loans (not Pell)||11||27%|
|Recipients of neither Subsidized Loans nor Pell||10||30%|
*Total completers within 150% per IPEDS definition.
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