Institutional Profile

 

Retention Rate Statistics

DANIEL MORGAN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATIONAL SECURITY
MSCHE ACCREDITATION READINESS REPORT
STANDARD 8: STUDENT ADMISSION AND RETENTION
Final Official Data as of Friday, September 9, 2016

APPENDIX 8-F: Retention and Graduation Rates:

Current and recent student retention and graduation rates, including clear definitions of each rate and how each is calculated.

Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security opened its first semester during the 2015 Spring Semester with four (4) students enrolled in three (3) courses.

During the 2015 Fall Semester, four (4) students from 2015 Spring Semester Continued. Six (6) new students enrolled for the 2015 Fall Semester.

The 2016 Spring Semester, nine (9) students from the 2015 Fall Semester registered for the 2016 Semester. One student withdrew. Retention Rate = 90% Seventeen (17) students enrolled for the 2016 Spring Semester; 9 continuing with eight (8) new students.

The 2016 Fall Semester begins 29, August, 2016. Based on pre-registration data, one student will be on leave of absence for one semester. Sixteen (16) students enrolled in the 2016 Spring Semester have preregistered for the current Fall Semester yielding a retention rate of 94%. As of the 2016 Fall Semester Census Date (September 9, 2016), DMGS registered 22 new students with a total enrollment of 38.

SEMESTERS ENROLLED RETENTION RATE NEW STUDENTS
2015 SPRING 4 4
2015 FALL 10 100% 6
2016 SPRING 17 90% 8
2016 FALL 38 94% 22

 

Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security has not graduated any students in the Master of Arts degree programs.

Clery Act

DMGS 2016 Annual Security Report, Vol 2 (pdf)

DMGS Security Report 2015 (pdf)