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Scholarships: Journalism

Number and total value of scholarships awarded to majors in Journalism in the Department of Communication.

Academic Year Number of Scholarships Total Value
2017-18 21 $44,500
2016-17 21 $47,250
2015-16 16 $33,600
2014-15 16 $33,750
2013-14 19 $42,250
2012-13 18 $34,250
2011-12 19 $42,250
2010-11 19 $38,500

Acceptance, Retention and Graduation Data for Communication: Journalism

The table below shows the number of students, by academic year cohort, who were admitted to the Communication: Journalism major in the Department of Communication; the percentage and number (in parentheses) of students in the cohort who have graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communication: Journalism; the percentage and number of students in the cohort who have graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communication: General; the percentage and number of students in the cohort who have graduated with a bachelor’s degree in a non-communication major; the percentage and number of students in the cohort who remain enrolled at the University of Washington as of Autumn Quarter 2018; the percentage and number of students in the cohort who were neither graduated nor enrolled at the University of Washington as of Autumn Quarter 2018; the percentage of students in the cohort who continue to be enrolled at the University of Washington in Autumn Quarter 2018, excluding those who have graduated (raw figures shown in parentheses); and the percentage of students in the cohort who continue to be in the Communication: Journalism major in the Autumn Quarter 2018, excluding those who have  graduated (raw figures shown in parentheses).  A cohort is composed of students who were admitted to the Communication: Journalism major in the Autumn, Winter or Spring terms of an academic year.  No students are admitted during the summer term. Percent totals may not add to 100 because of rounding.

Status 2012-13 Cohort 2013-14 Cohort 2014-15 Cohort 2015-16 Cohort 2016-17 Cohort 2017-2018 Cohort
No. admitted to Comm: Journ 62 45 55 39 35 40
Graduated in Comm: Journ as of Autumn 2018 47

76%

27

60%

42

76%

19

49%

9

26%

2

5%

Graduated in Comm: General as of Autumn 2018 7

11%

16

36%

6

11%

5

13%

2

6%

1

3%

Graduated With Non-Comm Major as of Autumn 2018 23

37%

19

42%

15

27%

7

18%

4

11%

1

3%

Enrolled at UW in Autumn 2018 2

3%

2

4%

5

9%

19

49%

30

86%

39

98%

Neither Enrolled Nor Graduated as of  Autumn 2018 4

6%

1

2%

2

4%

3

8%

1

3%

1

3%

Retained at UW as of Autumn 2018 0

0%

0

0%

2

40%

11

58%

23

77%

36

92%

Retained in Comm: Journ as of Autumn 2018 0 0 2 8 23 35

Graduation Rates Over Time for Communication: Journalism

This table shows the percentage of students within a particular cohort graduating within a year or more of admission to the Communication: Journalism major. A cohort is composed of students who were admitted to the Communication: Journalism emphasis in the Autumn, Winter or Spring terms of an academic year. No students are admitted during the summer term.

 

2012-13 Cohort 2013-14 Cohort 2014-15 Cohort 2015-16 Cohort 2016-17 Cohort
% graduating through Summer 2013:

1

2%

% graduating Fall 2013 through Summer 2014:

19

31%

% graduating through Summer 2014:

0

% graduating Fall 2014 through Summer 2015:

33

53%

% graduating Fall 2014 through Summer 2015:

17

38%

% graduating through Summer 2015:
% graduating Fall 2015 through Summer 2016:

4

6%

% graduating Fall 2015 through Summer 2016:

24

53%

% graduating Fall 2015 through Summer 2016:

29

53%

% graduating through Summer 2016:
% graduating Fall 2016 through Summer 2017

2

3%

% graduating Fall 2016 through Summer 2017:

3

7%

% graduating Fall 2016 through Summer 2017:

16

29%

% graduating Fall 2016 through Summer 2017:

9

23%

% graduating through Summer 2017:

0%

 

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