High-impact practices [pdf] are associated with deep, transformative learning for students. They are practices that demand substantial time and effort, require meaningful interaction with faculty and peers, facilitate engagement with diverse perspectives, and provide frequent, substantive feedback to students. Participation in selected high impact activities (research with faculty, study abroad, internships), as reported on the Senior Survey, is compared with a national sample.
Information on completed majors is regularly updated and made available via the Registrar's Office.
Graduation and Retention
By Sex [pdf]