University of Portland

Graduation Rates

Graduation Rates - 2012 
Bachelor's degree seeking students completing a bachelor's degree
Graduation Rate Within 4 Years 68.1%
Graduation Rate Within 5 Years 72.8%
Graduation Rate Within 6 Years 73.8%
Graduation rates within 6 years by gender
Women 75.2%
Men 71.0%
Graduation rates within 6 years by race/ethnicity
White 74.3%
Black african-american 33.3%
Hispanic 79.3%
Asian 66.2%
American Indian or Alaskan Native 55.6%
Race-ethnicity Unknown 80.9%
Non-resident alien 72.7%

 

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The above information was obtained via the publicly-available Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), operated by the U.S. Department of Education, which compiles self-reported information provided by colleges and universities, for the purpose of making such information openly available to students and parents.

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Jessie S. on 4/3/2010 12:38:13 PM

This year, 2010, I visited University of Portland and I took a tour. The campus is breath taking as it sits on the bluff overlooking the river and downtown Portland. It is amazing how each building is built using recylced materials and even rain water. The campus stole my heart as soon as I stepped foot on the campus! All the students there are so sharp and friendly. The school offers a wide variety of sports, clubs, you name it! Even those who do not play sports competitively, students can play organized sports with eachother in the inramural sports such as ultimate frisbee and basketball. The on campus living is also fantastic;there are no clicks, soroities,or fraternities. Yes, this is a private Catholic school but half the students are not Catholic. This University welcomes all; you are free to practice what ever you like! They also have ROTC! Check out the school and see it for yourself! It is worth the trip!