Time-to-Degree (or Time-to-Completion) measures the length of time students take to finish a degree. At the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, undergraduate Time-to-Degree is reported separately for first-time full-time students and transfer students. Click on the following Analysis Brief to learn more about how Undergraduate Time-to-Degree is calculated and get multiple years of Time-to-Degree statistics for first-time and transfer undergraduate students.
- First-time Full-Time Freshmen
At University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, time-to-degree for undergraduate students in general and for different types of student populations are only examined among degrees awarded to students who started as first-time full-time freshmen. This is because transfer students bring in different numbers of transfer credits, so they are not included to allow for a more reliable apple-to-apple comparison across years.
By Race & Ethnicity
Race Ethnicity Hispanic/Latino N/A White N/A Asian Japanese Chinese Filipino Korean Vietnamese Mixed Asian Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Native Hawaiian or Part-Hawn Multiracial N/A
Note 2: In ethnicity for Asian, Thai, Laotian, Asian Indian, and Other Asian are not reported due to small sample sizes.
Note 3: In ethnicity for Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, Guamanian or Chamorro, Micronesian, Samoan, Tongan, Other Pacific Islander, and Mixed Pacific Islander are not reported due to small sample sizes.
- Transfer Students
According to the number of credits transferred in, transfer students’ time-to-degree is tracked at different educational levels. Transfers whose first semester’s course load status is full-time or part-time are also separated to allow comparable statistics.
Full-time Transfer Freshmen Full-time Transfer Sophomores Full-time Transfer Juniors Full-time Transfer Seniors Part-time Transfer Freshmen Part-time Transfer Sophomores Part-time Transfer Juniors Part-time Transfer Seniors