ACC Graduation rates

October 28, 2010 

Duke's athletics program is at the top, and N.C. State's is at the bottom of the ACC in NCAA graduation rate data released Wednesday for classes that entered school from 2000 to 2003.

This chart shows the graduation success rates (GSR) and federal graduation rates (FED) for men's basketball, football, women's basketball and for the overall athletics program at each ACC school. The graduation success rate computation excludes athletes who leave early in good academic standing. The federal rate counts athletes who transfer as not having graduated, regardless of whether they graduated from a different school.

School

MBk

GSR/FED

FB

GSR/FED

WBk

GSR/FED

Overall GSR/FED

Duke

83/50

95/86

100/71

97/87

Boston College

88/46

90/87

100/79

96/85

Wake Forest

100/64

81/65

100/100

93/79

Virginia

36/17

75/66

85/67

89/77

Virginia Tech

75/55

79/67

92/79

89/73

North Carolina

88/54

75/56

100/79

87/73

Miami

73/58

81/64

100/77

86/67

Clemson

71/38

60/54

100/67

83/61

Maryland

31/23

64/57

67/54

80/71

Florida State

73/60

64/58

77/73

79/58

Georgia Tech

36/33

49/42

77/69

75/59

N.C. State

60/33

56/54

80/75

72/57

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