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November 19, 2009 at 1:43 PM

Grad rates released, UW fares well

Annual graduation rates for student-athletes were unveiled this week, and the Huskies again fared well.
As detailed in this release from the school, UW student-athletes enrolling from the 1999-2000 academic year to 2002-03 graduated at a rate of 84 percent. That’s second in the Pac-10 behind only Stanford.
As stated in the release:
—UW has the second-highest graduation success rate (GSR) among Division I public institutions on the West Coast;
— UW has the second-highest graduation success rate among all Pacific-10 Conference institutions;
— UW’s class entering 2002-03 graduated at the third-highest rate among Pac-10 institutions;
— UW’s 84 percent GSR equals its highest rating since the NCAA began calculating the average five years ago;
— UW’s GSR is six percentage points higher than the overall Division I average;
—UW’s student body graduates 13 percent higher than the overall Division I average (4 class average).
Also, here is a look at Pac-10 numbers. Again, this is for all student-athletes, not just football players.
Stanford 89 85
Washington 69 61
Cal 64 57
WSU 62 58
ASU 58 49
USC 58 52
OSU 57 43
UCLA 51 40
Oregon 49 45
Arizona 41 35

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