Fort Lewis College

Fort Lewis College

Durango, Colorado


Graduation and Retention

The graduation rate for undergraduate students at Fort Lewis College is 41%. The graduation rate for male undergraduate students is 40% compared to 43% for female undergraduate students.

The retention rate for undergraduate students at Fort Lewis College is 62%. Retention rate is the percentage of first-time undergraduate students who return to continue their studies the following fall semester.

Graduation Rate

41%

Graduation Rate by Gender

40%

40% men

43%

43% women

Retention Rate

62%

Graduation by Ethnicity

The distribution of graduation rates by ethnic diversity at Fort Lewis College comprises of the highest graduation rate of 100% for "Nonresident Alien" followed by 80% for "Asian", 71% for "Asian/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander", 50% for "Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander", 45% for "White, non-Hispanic", 44% for "Hispanic", 42% for "Race/ethnicity unknown", 35% for "Two or more races", 29% for "American Indian or Alaska Native" and 17% for "Black, non-Hispanic".

Graduation Rate by Ethnicity

80%

80% Asian

44%

44% Hispanic

100%

100% Nonresident Alien

35%

35% Two or more races

17%

17% Black, non-Hispanic

45%

45% White, non-Hispanic

42%

42% Race/ethnicity unknown

29%

29% American Indian or Alaska Native

71%

71% Asian/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

50%

50% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

Graduation by Year

Graduation rate of students varies by number of years taken to complete degree. 28% of the undergraduate students at Fort Lewis College graduated in 4 years, 39% in 5 years and 41% in 6 years.

Graduation Rate by Year

YearsGraduation Rate
within 4 years28%
within 5 years39%
within 6 years41%