Graduation Rate at Dine

The graduation rate at Dine College is 12.26%. 26 students have completed their degree out of 212 degree seeking candidates last year. The transfer-out rate is 16.98% where 36 students have transferred-out from the school.

  • Graduation Rate: 12%
  • Transfer-out Rate: 17%
  • Earning after 10 years of graduation: $23,400

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Number of Completers and Graduation Rate by Gender

The graduation rate at Dine College is 12%. The rate is based on number of completers within 150% normal time (For example, 6 years for 4-year bachelor's degree program). Total 26 students have completed their degree out of 212 candidates who seeking degree/certificate other than bachelor's degree. Next table shows the graduation rate and number of completers by degree type at Dine College
Graduation Rate for degree/certificate other than bachelor's degree at Dine College
Graduation Rate12.26%9.20%14.40%
Total Cohort21287125
Number of Completers26818
Number of Transfer-out361422
Still Enrolled (not complete)1587
No longer Enrolled (not complete)1355778

Average Earning After Graduation from Dine College

Next table summarizes the average earning by years after graduation from Dine College. After 6 years of graduation, the mean earning is $19,000 and, after 10 years of graduation, the mean earning is $23,400 for Dine College graduates.
Mean Earning After Graduation By Time for Dine College Graduate
After 6 Years$19,000$21,200$17,900
After 7 Years$21,200--
After 8 Years$22,500--
After 9 Years$25,000--
After 10 Years$23,400$27,000$21,800

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All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2019-2020