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Enrollment and Graduation Statistics

 

ENROLLMENT AND GRADUATION STATISTICS
 

Undergraduate Statistics


Student Statistics

Undergraduate StudentsGraduate Students

Chicago

1,644

Chicago Seminary

520

Spokane

138

Michigan Seminary

115

Moody Distance Learning

689

MDL Graduate Studies

51

Continuing Education Students

Continuing Education Students (non-credit courses)

72

Total Moody Enrollment *Fall 2018 Census Date, students enrolled for credit only.

3157*

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Undergraduate Enrollment Statistics

DemographicPercent of Students
Asian 3%
Black 5%
Hispanic 6%
International 9%
Not Specified 17%
Other 3%
White 57%
Men 54%
Women 46%
Pell Recipients 27%
Title IV Aid Non-Recipients 58%

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Undergraduate Retention

UNDERGRADUATE FULL-TIME FRESHMAN TO SOPHMORE RETENSION BY DEGREE
First-Time Full-Time FreshmanFirst Time BA & BMus FreshmanBA & BMus Full-Time Sophmore RetensionFirst-Time BS FreshmanBS Full-Time Sophmore Retention
Fall 2010 249 189 76% 75 39 52%
Fall 2011 261  204 78% 86 30 35%
Fall 2012 296 223 75% 80 30 38%
Fall 2013 266 210 79% 91 34 37%
Fall 2014 330 249 75% 69 14 20%
Fall 2015 313 231 74% 87 30 35%
Fall 2016 260 211 81% 46 21 46%
Fall 2017 253 192  76% 39  21  54%

Fall First-Time, full freshman retained for the following Fall as full-time sophomores:  73%

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Undergraduate Full-Time Freshman to Sophmore Renention by Campus

CHICAGO
First Time Full-Time FreshmanFirst-Time Chicago FreshmanChicago Full-Time Sophmore Retention
Fall 2010 263 223 85%
Fall 2011 212 183 86%
Fall 2012 235 198 84%
Fall 2013 185 152 82%
Fall 2014 192 177 92%
Fall 2015 217 175 81%
Fall 2016 213 173 81%
Fall 2017 205 168 82%

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SPOKANE
First-Time Full-Time FreshmanFirst-Time Spokane FreshmanSpokane Full-Time Sophomore Retention
Fall 2010 114 86 75%
Fall 2011 115 81 70%
Fall 2012 118 90 76%
Fall 2013 108 79 73%
Fall 2014 116 67 58%
Fall 2015 110 68 62%
Fall 2016 59 46 78%
Fall 2017 42 25 56%

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DISTANCE LEARNING
First-Time Full-Time FreshmanMDL First-Time FreshmanMDL Full-Time Sophmore Retention
Fall 2010      
Fall 2011 80 42 53%
Fall 2012 88 47 53%
Fall 2013 88 65 74%
Fall 2014 80 51 64%
Fall 2015 73 10 14%
Fall 2016 34 12 35%
Fall 2017 41 25 61%

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Undergraduate Graduation Rates

OVERALL
YearWithin 4 yearsWithin 5 yearsWithin 6 years
Fall 2006 37% 50% 54%
Fall 2007 46% 57% 61%
Fall 2008 57% 66% 68%
Fall 2009 54% 64% 68%
Fall 2010 50% 60% 63%
Fall 2011 45% 57% 58%
Fall 2012 47% 57% 59%
Fall 2013 53% 60%  
Fall 2014 44%    

First-time freshmen graduate within six years:  59%

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CHICAGO
YearWithin 4 YearsWithin 5 YearsWithin 6 Years
Fall 2006 44% 56% 58%
Fall 2007 55% 68% 71%
Fall 2008 64% 68% 70%
Fall 2009 60% 70% 74%
Fall 2010 63% 70% 73%
Fall 2011 62% 71% 73%
Fall 2012 61% 70% 71%
Fall 2013 65% 70%  
Fall 2014 53%    

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SPOKANE
Year Within 4 YearsWithin 5 YearsWithin 6 Years
Fall 2006 >0% 11% 21%
Fall 2007 29% 36% 38%
Fall 2008 47% 57% 59%
Fall 2009 47% 56% 62%
Fall 2010 34% 44% 47%
Fall 2011 26% 45% 46%
Fall 2012 33% 41% 43%
Fall 2013 29% 36%  
Fall 2014 27%    

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DISTANCE LEARNING
YearWithin 4 YearsWithin 5 YearsWithin 6 Years
Fall 2006 27% 45% 45%
Fall 2007 20% 30% 45%
Fall 2008 8% 15% 15%
Fall 2009 13% 27% 40%
Fall 2010 27% 55% 59%
Fall 2011 35% 51% 54%
Fall 2012 27% 43% 48%
Fall 2013 54% 64%  
Fall 2014 38%    

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Undergraduate Completions (2017-2018)

DEMOGRAPHICPERCENT OF GRADUATES
Asian 3%
Black 3%
Hispanic 3%
International 9%
Not Specified 20%
Other 2%
White 60%
Men 58%
Women 42%
Pell Recipients 49%
Title IV Aid Non-Recipients 46%

Undergraduate Placement Rate for 2016 Graduates:   90%

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Graduate Statistics


Graduate Enrollment Statistics

DEMOGRAPHICPERCENT OF STUDENTS
Asian 8%
Black 15%
Hispanic 4%
International 14%
Not Specified 10%
Other 1%
White 48%
Men 67%
Women 33%
Title IV Aid Non-Recipients 82%

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Graduate Retention

Graduate First Year to Second Year Retention by Degree
YearIncoming MAMA 2nd Year RetentionIncoming MTSMTS 2nd Year Retention
Fall 2010 53 33 62% 3 1 33%
Fall 2011 47 32 68% 4 3 75%
Fall 2012 72 50 69% 4 3 75%
Fall 2013 129 84 65% 2 0 0%
Fall 2014 126 85 67% 5 1 20%
Fall 2015 103 74 72% 1 1 100%
Fall 2016 99 64 65% 2 2 100%
Fall 2017 90  59  66%      
YearIncoming MDivMDiv 2nd Year Retention
Fall 2010 50 32 64%
Fall 2011 34 26 76%
Fall 2012 37 24 65%
Fall 2013 33 21 64%
Fall 2014 74 49 66%
Fall 2015 64 49 77%
Fall 2016 53 39 74%
Fall 2017 62  40  65%

First-time master's degree student retained for the following Fall:  65%

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Graduate First Year to Second Year Retention by Campus

CHICAGO
YearIncoming Students2nd Year Retention
Fall 2010 99 65 58%
Fall 2011 68 51 75%
Fall 2012 90 73 81%
Fall 2013 101 67 66%
Fall 2014 147 83 69%
Fall 2015 78 56 72%
Fall 2016 80 51 64%
Fall 2017 69  42  61%

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MICHIGAN
YearIncoming Students2nd Year Retention
Fall 2010 17 13 56%
Fall 2011 35 28 80%
Fall 2012 38 28 74%
Fall 2013 32 22 69%
Fall 2014 32 23 77%
Fall 2015 33 19 58%
Fall 2016 21 18 86%
Fall 2017 29  17  58%

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ONLINE / HYBRID
YearIncoming Students2nd Year Retention
Fall 2010 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2011 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2012 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2013 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2014 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2015 68 49 72%
Fall 2016 53 36 68%
Fall 2017 54  40  74%

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Graduate Graduation Rates

Overall Four-Year Graduate Graduation Rates
YearWithin 2 YearsWithin 3 YearsWithin 4 Years
Fall 2006 10% 24% 46%
Fall 2007 5% 22% 37%
Fall 2008 12% 29% 43%
Fall 2009 3% 10% 18%
Fall 2010 10% 23% 35%
Fall 2011 10% 22% 41%
Fall 2012 17% 39% 53%
Fall 2013 29% 46% 54%
Fall 2014 25% 38% 46%
Fall 2015 23% 34% N/A
Fall 2016 16% N/A N/A

First-time master's degree students graduated within four years:  46%

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Four-Year Graduate Graduation Rates by Campus

CHICAGO
 Within 2 YearsWithin 3 YearsWithin 4 Years
Fall 2006 13% 29% 43%
Fall 2007 6% 22% 38%
Fall 2008 13% 33% 49%
Fall 2009 3% 11% 19%
Fall 2010 9% 21% 35%
Fall 2011 9% 23% 40%
Fall 2012 9% 35% 51%
Fall 2013 21% 42% 52%
Fall 2014 27% 43% 50%
Fall 2015 25% 44% N/A
Fall 2016 17% N/A N/A

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MICHIGAN
YearWithin 2 YearsWithin 3 YearsWithin 4 Years
Fall 2006 16% 30% 41%
Fall 2007 4% 21% 38%
Fall 2008 9% 23% 32%
Fall 2009 0% 5% 13%
Fall 2010 15% 30% 33%
Fall 2011 14% 19% 43%
Fall 2012 12% 33% 48%
Fall 2013 7% 30% 37%
Fall 2014 0% 17% 40%
Fall 2015 13% 23% N/A
Fall 2016 0% N/A N/A

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ONLINE / HYBRID
YearWithin 2 YearsWithin 3 YearsWithin 4 Years
Fall 2006 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2007 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2008 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2009 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2010 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2011 N/A N/A N/A
Fall 2012 56% 63% 69%
Fall 2013 61% 66% 70%
Fall 2014 31% 38% 44%
Fall 2015 26% 28% N/A
Fall 2016 21% N/A N/A

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Graduate Completions (2017-2018)

DEMOGRAPHICPERCENT OF GRADUATES
Asian 7%
Black 13%
Hispanic 5%
International 15%
Not Specified 9%
Other 2%
White 51%
Men 60%
Women 40%
Title IV Aid Non-Recipients 92%

Graduate Placement Rate for 2016 Graduates:  96%

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