Graduation rates are an important measure of student success. In the fall of 2005, 50 first-year full-time students entered our programs. Of these, 14% graduated within 4 years and 34% graduated within 6 years. Many students enter majors in the School of Human Environmental as transfer students from other degree programs and are not tracked in the graduation rate data. The School is seeing an increase in the number of bachelor's degrees conferred each year - 215 students earned bachelor's degrees in 2009-10; 218 students in 2010-11; and 226 students in 2011-12. Our faculty and staff strive for success for all of our students.