University-level Student Achievement Information

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is comprised of three campuses with distinct populations.  The student achievement goals are established at the university level; however, the activities and measures vary by campus, and so are reported separately below.

Goal 1: To maintain or improve student retention at ERAU each academic year

Daytona Beach Campus

First-Year Retention Rates
(first-time, full-time bachelor’s degree-seeking students)

2016 Cohort

2017 Cohort

2018 Cohort

80%

82%

78%

Source: ERAU Institutional Research

Prescott Campus

First-year Retention Rates
(first-time, full-time bachelor’s degree-seeking students)

2016 Cohort

2017 Cohort

2018 Cohort

87%

81%

83%

Source: ERAU Institutional Research

Worldwide Campus

First-year Retention Rates
(first-time, full-time bachelor’s degree-seeking students)

2015 Cohort

2016 Cohort

2017 Cohort

62%

52%

48%

Cohort = Entered ERAU-WW in any session that began July-Oct only. Enrolled for a grand total of at least 6 credit hours during July-Oct. Excludes those enrolled at international sites (per IPEDS).

Source: ERAU Institutional Research


Goal 2: To maintain or improve graduation rates at ERAU each academic year

Daytona Beach Campus

Six-year Graduation Rates
(first-time, full-time bachelor’s degree-seeking students)

2011 Cohort

2012 Cohort

2013 Cohort

59%

61%

62%

Source: ERAU Institutional Research

Prescott Campus

Six-year Graduation Rates
(first-time, full-time bachelor’s degree-seeking students)

2011 Cohort

2012 Cohort

2013 Cohort

60%

65%

69%

Source: ERAU Institutional Research

 

Worldwide Campus

Six-year Graduation Rates
(first-time, full-time bachelor’s degree-seeking students)

2010-11 Cohort 2011-12 Cohort 2012-13 Cohort
24% 25% 18%

Cohort = Entered ERAU-WW in any session that began between September-August. Enrolled for at least 6 credit hours in the first session. Excludes those enrolled at international sites.

Source: ERAU Institutional Research 


Goal 3: To maintain or improve career placement rates at ERAU each academic year

Daytona Beach Campus

Effective Placement Rates, Approximately One Year After Graduation
(employed + continuing education)

Class of 2014/15

Class of 2015/16

Class of 2016/17

96%

97%

94%*

Source: ERAU Institutional Research

Prescott Campus

Effective Placement Rates, Approximately One Year After Graduation
(employed + continuing education)

Class of 2014/15

Class of 2015/16

Class of 2016/17

97%

97%

90%*

Source: ERAU Institutional Research

Worldwide Campus

Effective Placement Rates, Approximately One Year After Graduation
(employed + continuing education)

Class of 2015

Class of 2016

Class of 2017

98%

97%

95%*

Source: ERAU Institutional Research

* New methodology; exercise caution when comparing to prior cohorts:

• Survey respondents provided their employment status as of exactly one year post-graduation. Prior to this change, respondents instead provided their status at the time of the survey administration (1-2 years post-graduation).

• Survey respondents who were “out of the workforce due to other reasons” are included in all calculations and labeled as “Not Seeking.” Prior to this change, these cases were excluded from the calculations. This change aligns ERAU’s placement and employment rates with the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) standards, and results in lower rates than the previous formula.