Yeshivah Gedolah Rabbinical College was among the 10 colleges and universities in Florida with the lowest graduation rates, according to a Watchdog analysis of federal education data.
The school recorded a 9 percent graduation rate.
The analysis is based on numbers from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), which is a unit of the U.S. Department of Education. The NCES provides the most current data on graduation rates, pricing, enrollment and accreditation at more than 7,000 post-secondary campuses. It is available through the NCES Web portal, College Navigator.
The analysis includes the graduation rates of students who began in 2010 at all four-year schools and fall 2013 at two-year schools reported to the U.S. Department of Education. Those time periods reflect 150 percent of the “normal time” for students to complete their academic programs.
Florida schools with the lowest graduation rates
|1||Yeshivah Gedolah Rabbinical College||Miami Beach||28||9%|
|2||City College-Altamonte Springs||Allamonte Springs||285||12%|
|4||Schiller International University||Largo||194||13%|
|5||Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico-Orlando||Orlando||137||14%|
|6||Ultrasound Medical Institute||Royal Palm Beach||52||15%|
|7||University of Phoenix-Florida||Orlando||1,323||16%|
|8||D A Dorsey Technical College||Miami||84||17%|
|9||M-DCPS The English Center||Miami||219||17%|
|10||Miami Lakes Educational Center and Technical College||Miami Lakes||971||17%|
Source: National Center for Education Statistics