Texas A&M University-San Antonio Student Success Data

Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) evaluates student achievement in relation to the University’s mission, considering course completion, State licensing examinations, graduation rates, retention rates and job placement information as appropriate. These data findings are reported annually to the Texas Legislative Budget Board and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. In addition, The Texas A&M University System maintains a website to hold Member institutions accountable for measuring results. To learn more about this, please visit EmpowerU.

Selected performance measures are included below.

Fall 2016 Quick Facts

First Year Persistence Rate for Full-Time Transfer Students

The University set a First Year Persistence Rate for Full-Time Transfer Students Goal of 80.2% for 2020.

4 Year Graduation Rate for Full-Time Transfer Students

The University set a 4 Year Graduation Rate for Full-Time Transfer Students Goal of 64.7% for 2020.

Number of Degrees Awarded

The University set a Number of Degrees Awarded Goal of 3,421 for 2020.

Number of Degrees Awarded in STEM Fields