News from the University of Dayton:
Registration is now available for the Marianist Lay Assembly July 13 – 16 at the University of Dayton. This family-oriented event is open to all who embrace the Marianist charism. Learn more here.
University of Dayton graduation rate increases, student loan borrowing decreases under fixed net-price tuition plan.
The University of Dayton class of 2017, the first to enroll under the University’s innovative fixed net-price tuition plan, have posted an 8 percentage point increase in the graduation rate and reduced their cumulative student loan debt by nearly $6 million as compared to the previous year. “While we expected good results, these outcomes are phenomenal and prove transparent pricing makes a huge difference for students and their families,” said Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management.
The pricing clarity has helped more students persist toward graduation and borrow less along the way. The class of 2017’s record four-year graduation rate of 67 percent is about 8 percentage points higher than the class of 2016 and historic averages. It is also well above the University’s previous high of 62 percent, set by the graduating class of 2013.
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