Based on new data, 86 percent of current University sophomores are on track to graduate within four years, according to David Laude, senior vice provost for enrollment and graduation management.
David Laude discusses where UT Austin students come from across the state, and why different areas produce higher numbers of enrollees.
David Laude talks about the success of PACE and the quality of the students in the program, and the changing dynamics of the CAP program at other UT System schools.
Gregory Vincent, Vice President of the Division for Diversity and Community Engagement, and Carolyn Connerat, Assoicate Vice Provost for Enrollment Management talk about Texas Advance, a new program aimed to help recruit high-performing, economically disadvantaged Texans from across the state.
In his role as “graduation czar,” senior vice provost David Laude is leading the effort to raise graduation rates, a project for which UT has received national attention. He spoke with the Alcalde about the latest data.
Last year’s freshman class at The University of Texas at Austin returned to campus at higher rates, earned better grades and took — and passed — more credit hours than any other class on record.