CAEP Annual Report Indicators


2. Indicators of teaching effectiveness

3. Satisfaction of employers and employment milestones

4. Satisfaction of completers

5. Graduation Rates

The tables below provide information on undergraduate graduation rates by cohort. We currently do not have official data on cohorts admitted during spring semesters.

Cohort in these tables is defined as students who declared a major in an Education Preparation program upon entering UVM. This does not include students who transferred to UVM from a different University or students who transferred into an Educator Preparation Program from a program outside the College of Education and Social Services.

4-Year Graduation Rate

NOTE: Information will be added as it becomes available.

COHORT YEAR (Admitted in Fall) Number in Original Cohort Percent Started in & Graduated from Educator Preparation Programs Percent Started in Educator Preparation Program & Graduated from Any Degree Program within CESS Percent Started in Educator Preparation Program & Graduated from Any Degree Program at UVM
2019 75      
2018 78      
2017 88      
2016 76      
2015 74 67.6% 71.6% 81.1%
2014 81 56.8% 59.3% 71.6%
2013 117 57.3% 59.0% 73.5%
2012 94 51.1% 54.3% 70.2%
2011 117 43.6% 46.2% 58.1%

 

6-Year Graduation Rate

NOTE: Information will be added as it becomes available.

COHORT YEAR (Admitted in Fall) Number in Original Cohort Percent Started in & Graduated from Educator Preparation Programs Percent Started in Educator Preparation Program & Graduated from Any Degree Program within CESS Percent Started in Educator Preparation Program & Graduated from Any Degree Program at UVM
2019 75      
2018 78      
2017 88      
2016 76      
2015 74      
2014 81      
2013 117 59.0% 62.4% 83.8%
2012 94 57.4% 62.8% 81.9%
2011 117 52.1% 54.7% 70.1%

 

6. Ability of completers to meet licensing (certification) and any additional state requirements; Title II

7. Ability of completers to be hired in education positions for which they have prepared

The table below provides information on the ability of completers to be hired in education-related positions.

The Vermont Agency of Education does not provide employment data to providers. The data for each cohort in the table below are collected in the first year after program completion. Some information is provided by faculty when completers communicate this information to the program, and some information is gathered by the Coordinator of Assessment and Accreditation through web searches.

 

YEAR Number of Completers Number Employed in Education-Related Jobs Percent Employed in Education-Related Jobs
2019 119 78 66%
2018 143 96 67%
2017 151 112 74%
2016 149 131 88%

 

8. Student loan default rates and other consumer information

The table below lists the official student loan default rates for the University of Vermont.

Year Default Rate
2016 2.5%
2015 1.8%
2014 3.2%

The national average student loan default rate in 2015 was 10.8%. The national average student loan default rate in 2014 was 11.5%