Bryan College evaluates student achievement consistent with its mission: “Educating students to become servants of Christ to make a difference in today’s world.” Various criteria will include graduation, retention, job placement rates, general education testing, major field testing, and nationally-normed self-report studies. Data are analyzed as part of institutional Effectiveness and are reviewed by appropriate faculty, staff, and administration.
This page features the annual publication of Bryan College’s key student achievement goals. Bryan College also publishes two data-repository documents: The Institutional Factbook and the Student Outcomes Manual (linked below). While these documents contain much valuable data, the key data on major student achievement metrics (retention, graduation, placement, and major testing), along with minimal institutional thresholds and goals/targets for these metrics, is published exclusively on this Student Achievement webpage.