Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) Disclosures
This webpage serves as the Institutional Research (IR) site for important consumer information about Gonzaga. The IR Office's presentation of this information complies with the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended in 2008, and parts of its disclosure and reporting requirements, as well as aspects of the Student Right to Know Act. If you require more information regarding Gonzaga's compliance with the HEOA and other disclosure acts, please contact the Office of the Corporate Counsel at (509) 313-6137.
Student Body Diversity
This document shows the percentages of enrolled, full-time students by gender, racial or ethnic group, and Pell Grant recipients. The information is from the IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey and the IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey.
This document shows the freshman-to-sophomore retention rate of degree-seeking, first-time, undergraduate students. The information is from the IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey.
The following documents report the graduation rate of degree-seeking, first-time, full-time, undergraduate students in 150% of normal time (e.g., six years to bachelor's degree). This information is from the IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey and Gonzaga's Student Information System. The documents below include six-year graduation rates by cohort and disaggregated by gender, racial or ethnic group, and financial aid award.
Six-Year Graduation Rate by Cohort Year (2001-2008 cohorts)
Six-Year Graduation Rate Disaggregated [by Gender, Racial or Ethnic Group, and Aid award] (2006 cohort) - coming in Nov. 2012
Employment & Further Education Outcomes
The following documents report the employment, internship, and further education plans of graduates of baccalaureate degree programs. This information is gathered from undergraduates receiving degrees in May 2012 and was obtained from a voluntary survey administered by the Career Center & GAMP Office.
Class of May 2012