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Enrollment Overview, Fall 2021

     
Undergraduate 2,660 States Represented 36
Graduate 491 Countries Represented 15
Post-Baccalaureate 20 On-Campus Residents 1,198
       
Undergraduate Detail Graduate & Post-Bac Detail    
Full-Time 2,591 Full-Time 267
Part-Time 69 Part-Time 244

 

Outcomes

     
Retention 86%    
4-year graduation 70%    
6-year graduation 76%    

 

You will find more institutional data in the menus below. 

The Fast Facts is an annually updated one-page reference document of key institutional data points:

 

*The 2020-2021 Fast Facts were updated in December 2020 to reflect the loss of a faculty member earlier in the fall 2020 semester. 

The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson’s, and U.S. News & World Report. Although the CDS is intended for higher education data publishers, it contains a lot of useful data for the entire University community.

John Carroll University’s Common Data Sets are below:

For historical information about the University, including our students, faculty and staff, alumni, and finances:

Guides

Reference

  • John Carroll University Calendars
  • Enrollment figures are official as of the 15th day of class (in fall and spring). This is referred to as the census date or census freeze. It often takes an extra day or two for the offices of Information Technology Services and Institutional Research to process the data. 

Todd Bruce, Ph.D.
Assistant Provost for Institutional Effectiveness and Advising
AD 133D
216.397.1600

Maria O'Connor, M.A.
Director of Institutional Research
AD 133C
216.397.4268