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Student Right-to-Know Disclosure

For July 1, 2022 Reporting Period

Enrollment Fall 2021
Total 403
Male 67.7%
Female 32.0%
Nonbinary 0.2%


White 65.8%
Black or African American 6.2%
Two or more races 5.0%
Asian 3.7%
American Indian or Alaska Native 0.2%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0.2%
Race and Ethnicity Unknown 10.2%
Nonresident alien 0.7%
Hispanic/Latino 7.9%



4-year average Student Right-to-Know completion or graduation rate calculation 39%
4-year average Student Right-to-Know transfer-out rate calculation 41%



The Student Right-to-Know Act requires schools to annually disclose the 4-year averaged graduation rates and transfer-out rates for cohorts of degree-seeking, first-time, full-time undergraduate students. These are based upon students entering in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015, who completed their degree or transferred within 150% of normal time (3 years for associates and 6 years for baccalaureates).

Determination of Cohort

Because “First-time undergraduate student” is defined in the guidelines as an undergraduate who has never attended an institution of higher education, these include only those students who came to Landmark College directly from High School.


Prepared by:

Michael A. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.
Landmark College Office Institutional Effectiveness

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