GRAD Act Dashboard - University of Louisiana at Monroe
The GRAD Act was approved by the Louisiana legislature and signed into law by Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal in June, 2010. As a result, the Board of Regents has entered into six-year performance agreements with each public postsecondary institution. In the agreements, the institution commits to meeting specific performance objectives in exchange for increased tuition authority and eligibility to participate in certain autonomies.
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|1st to 2nd Year Retention Rate||1st to 3rd Year Retention Rate|
|Same Institution Graduation Rate||Graduation Productivity*|
|Award Productivity||Percentage Change in Baccalaureate Completers|
|Percentage Change in Post-Baccalaurate Completers||Percentage Change in Professional Degree Completers|
|Percentage Change in Masters Completers||Percentage Change in Doctoral Completers|
|Educ License Exam Pass Rate*||Nursing (RN) License Exam Pass Rate*|
Articulation & Transfer
|1st to 2nd Year Retention Rate of Transfer Students*|
Workforce & Economic Development
|# of programs offered through 100% distance ed.*|
Institutional Efficiency & Accountability
|Percent of eligible programs that are discipline accredited*|
*Following year 2, institutions were required to add a minimum of one targeted measure to each of the four objectives (student success, articulation & transfer, workforce & economic development, institutional efficiency& accountability) by selecting from a menu of optional targeted measures.