At Schreiner University, we strive to create a learning community that that is welcoming and supportive of diverse people and perspectives. The Standing Diversity Committee aims to prepare students for successful work and life experiences in a global community after graduation.
Schreiner University is proud to be a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), which is defined as an institution of higher education that currently has an enrollment of at least 25 percent Hispanic undergraduate students.
We are the recipient of Title V , a prestigious grant awarded to HSIs to enhance academic offerings, program quality, and institutional stability. These funds can be used for scientific and laboratory teaching equipment; construction or renovation of instructional facilities; purchasing educational materials; academic tutoring or counseling programs; endowment funds; distance learning academic instruction; faculty development; and student support services.
Schreiner University is also honored to be a Yellow Ribbon school, where we endeavor to help our service women and men complete degrees to find successful careers quickly and easily.
The U.S. Secretary of Education recognizes accreditation by SACS Commission on Colleges in establishing the eligibility of higher education institutions to participate in programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act, as amended, and other federal programs.
Schreiner University evaluates success with respect to student achievement consistent with its mission and offers below data that track demonstration of our work toward achieving mission-related goals.
Retention rates consider the percentage of our first-time, first-year undergraduates who continue their studies with us the next fall semester. Numbers are based on enrollment on the 12th-day census.
Student success within our Learning Communities is measured by the first-year retention of each fall cohort and the academic success reflected in the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of that cohort.
Graduation rates reflect the percentage of Schreiner University’s first-time, first-year undergraduate students who complete their program within four years and six years.
Student post-graduation success is monitored by a survey conducted through our Center for Advising and Career Development.
GRADUATE CLASS 2014 – 2015
|Total Graduate (Undergraduates) 2014-2015 Class||169|
|Graduate Survey Return Rate||121 (72%)|
|• School of Professional Studies||67 (40%)|
|• School of Sciences and Mathematics||55 (32%)|
|• School of Liberal Arts||47 (28%)|
|Graduates Employed Full-time||82 (67%)|
|• College degree required & related to field of study||59 (72%)|
|• College degree required but NOT related to field of study||10 (12%)|
|• College degree NOT required but helped to get position||7 (8%)|
|• College degree made NO difference||5 (6%)|
|• No Response Provided||2 (2%)|
|Graduates Attending Graduate School||20 (16%)|
|Graduates employed or pursing Graduate School||101 (83%)|
|Alternative Employment Outcomes|
|Employed Part-Time||15 (12%)|
|Independent Employment||3 (2%)|
|Employed in Post-Graduate Internship or Fellowship|
|Employed in a Temporary or Contract Work Assignment||3 (2%)|
|Seeking Employment||7 (6%)|
|Not Seeking Employment||2 (2%)|
*Some values will be repetitive since we have students working full-time and enrolled in a graduate program at the same time. However, the statistical value has not been affected.
** Seeking employment is based on the surveys returned. It does not consider the students who did not responded to the survey.
2015 Common Data Set
Fall 2015-2016 [posted 11.11.15]
2014 Common Data Set
Fall 2014-2015 [posted 12.04.14]
2013 Common Data Set
Fall 2013-2014 [posted 12.02.13]
2012 Common Data Set
Fall 2012-2013 [posted 11.06.12]
2011 Common Data Set
Fall 2011-2012 [posted 11.15.11]
2010 Common Data Set
Fall 2010-2011 [posted 11.30.10]
2009 Common Data Set
Fall 2009-2010 [posted 11.19.09]
2008 Common Data Set
Fall 2008-2009 [posted 01.13.09]
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