The College of Education is committed to increasing its four-year graduation rate and currently has the second highest four-year graduation rate among colleges and schools at the University. In just one year, we saw our graduation rates increase from 65.9 percent in 2016 to 81.4 percent in 2017. The Office of Student Success and Recruitment has launched G4, a web-based application you can use to see how you can complete a bachelor's degree in education in four years. G4 provides a visual representation of your degree plan, shows progress toward your degree, and helps you forecast the impact of course selection on graduation.
- Key scheduling information to help you complete your education on time;
- A semester-by-semester schedule evaluation based on courses you have completed toward your degrees;
- Options to adjust overall semester credit-hour load so you can pace yourself to degree completion;
- A review of courses completed against other education majors, for those researching internal transfer;
- Assistance to you and your academic advisor to focus on what’s next for registration.
G4 is not a degree audit nor does it register students for courses. You are encouraged to explore G4 in addition to continuing to meet with your academic advisor who can answer any questions about the tool.