Academic Affairs

Student Outcomes

Freshman fall-to-fall retention  (2017 freshmen) 87%  
 
4-year graduation rate (2009 freshmen) 64%  
6-year graduation rate (2009 freshmen) 68%  
     
Class of 2018 Outcomes    
from the annual Spring Commencement Survey
     
Degrees awarded 257  
Completed within 4 years 90%  
     
Graduate school acceptance rate 88%
of graduates who have applied to graduate or professional schools have been accepted by Commencement
Medical school acceptance rate 89%
of graduates who have applied to medical schools have been accepted by Commencement
Law school acceptance rate 80%
of graduates who have applied to law schools have been accepted by Commencement
Employment 60%
of graduates seeking employment have a job by Commencement.
     
Class of 2018 Outcomes    
from the National Survey of Student Engagement
     
Completed an internship or field experience 63%  
Studied abroad 43%  
Participated in research with faculty 51%  
Completed a culminating senior project 82%  

(Sampling error = +/- 10%)

 

Annual Degrees Awarded by Major
The number of degrees awarded during the last academic year by major. Double-majors are counted in each of their majors. Each graduate is counted only once in the grand total.

Annual Spring Commencement Survey
Annual survey of students participating in spring Commencement dealing with their future plans and satisfaction with their Hendrix experience

Alumni Surveys
A survey of Hendrix alumni two years after graduation dealing with their current career and continuing education and their satisfaction with their undergraduate education at Hendrix

Earned Doctorates
Data on Hendrix graduates who go on to earn doctorates extracted from the National Science Foundation Survey of Earned Doctorates.

Hendrix College Scorecard from the US Department of Education
The College Scorecard is an online tool, created by the United States government, for consumers to compare the cost and value of higher education institutions in the United States. It displays data in five areas: cost, graduation rate, employment rate, average amount borrowed, and loan default rate.