Western Dakota Tech provides the following information in compliance with the federal Higher Education Opportunity Act.
The graduation rates reflect our cohorts of full-time, first-time, degree-seeking undergraduates that have received financial aid. The graduation rates show the graduation/completion status of students who enrolled for whom 150% of the normal time-to-completion of a four-year, undergraduate degree has elapsed.
Things to keep in mind when viewing this information:
- Graduation rates reflect a specific group of students – summer and fall First-time, Full-time students. While this is an important group to track, it does not represent all of our students, including students who start in the spring, transfer students, part-time students, or non-degree seeking students.
- Students who withdrew for personal or medical reasons are included in the original headcount.
- Western Dakota Tech is committed to developing Transfer Agreements with multiple institutions so students have the option to continue their education, but our primary mission is to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities they need to be successful in their chosen career. For this reason, we have chosen not to report our transfer-out rate.
(IPEDS 2016-2017 Graduation Rates Survey)
*Disaggregated rates are disclosed only for groups in which numbers are large enough to protect student identities.
|Graduation Rate Information on Fall 2013 Cohort of First-time, Full-time, Degree- or Certificate-seeking Students|
|Enrolled for Credit 2013||Number of New Full-Time Students||Graduation Rate|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||Men||15||30%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||Men||*||*|
|Two or more races||Men||*||*|
Retention Rates at Western Dakota Tech
(IPEDS 2017 Spring Submission)
|Students Who Received a Pell Grant||Percentage of Students|
|First-Time Student, Fall 2015 Cohort (Full-Time)
|First-Time Student, Fall 2015 Cohort (Part-Time)||31%|
Pell Grant Recipients at Western Dakota Tech
(IPEDS 2016-2017 Student Financial Aid Survey)
|Students Who Received a Pell Grant||Number of Students||Percentage of Students|
|All Students (Fall 2015)
|First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Students (Fall 2015)
|Students Who Did Not Receive a Pell Grant|
|Recipients of a subsidized Stafford Loan who did not receive a Pell Grant (Fall 2015)
|Students who did not receive a subsidized Stafford Loan or a Pell Grant (Fall 2015)