BCLAP Tables

Brooklyn College Longitudinal Attrition and Persistence (BCLAP Tables) are detailed summary tables documenting retention and graduation rates at Brooklyn College. Provided below is a handy key for reading and understanding these tables. BCLAP Tables are cohort analyses, and we break down each cohort into various categories reflecting academic circumstances of the students, such as high school GPA and SAT scores.

Reports can be accessed via the links below.

BCLAP Meaning and Analysis:
Interpreting BCLAP Tables          
First Time, Baccalaureate Degree-Seeking Freshmen:
Entire Cohort     By SEEK/Non-SEEK     By Total SAT     By Math SAT     By Verbal SAT
By CAA     By 1st Semester Credits     By 1st Semester GPA     By Admissions Type     By Pell/Subsidized Loan/TAP
Entering, Baccalaureate Degree-Seeking Transfer:
Entire Cohort     By 1st Semester Credits     By 1st Semester GPA     By Prior Institution     By Pell/Subsidized Loan/TAP
Entering, Master's Degree-Seeking Graduate Students:
Four-Year Retention and Graduation Rates, by Graduate Program