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As part of the Higher Learning Commission’s quality initiative, Marquette University is participating in the Student Success Academy. The academy is a structured, mentor-facilitated three-year program aimed at evaluating and improving institutional factors that affect student success. In particular, Marquette University hopes to develop new initiatives designed to close the achievement gap for students of color, Pell grant recipients and/or first-generation students.
The Student Success Academy is built around the investigation of four key factors to help institutions identify their current realities and discover areas of opportunity for improving student success:
Engage in inquiry to promote action on the key factors in student success.
Identify opportunities for systematic improvement through a Student Success Plan.
Implement the Student Success Plan to support the institution's strategic priorities.
The retention and graduation rates below show Marquette’s overall rate compared with the rates of certain groups of interest for the most recent year of data available. For more information on retention and graduation rates or trends across time and by group, see Marquette’s Retention and Graduation Rates interactive report.
Fall 2018 cohort
Fall 2013 cohort