Through its work with the K-12 system, the Arizona Board of Regents is preparing more students to succeed in college and careers. Reports generated by the Regent’s office include: Arizona high-school graduates’ college going and completion rates; Arizona high-school graduates’ performance in their freshman year at Arizona’s universities; and wages earned by university graduates. For details, click on the icon to the left.
The Arizona Board of Regents High School Report Card
Find information about how students from Arizona’s high schools perform in their first semester at Arizona’s public universities in this report, which examines Arizona undergraduate students who graduated from an Arizona high school the previous academic year. For details, click on the icon to the left.
Arizona's College Going Rate Report
This informative study breaks out information on how many students attended college according to individual Arizona high schools. The report measures the rate at which students graduated from high school and subsequently enrolled in a postsecondary educational institution the following academic year. For details, click on the icon to the left.
Arizona's College Completion Report
Learn how graduates from Arizona’s high schools are doing in higher education through completion rates at colleges and universities nationwide. Showing completion rates from four-year institutions within six years, the report is broken down by individual high schools in our state. For details, click on the icon to the left.
Wages of Graduates Report
Discover the data on wages after students earn their diplomas through eye-opening facts about the value of higher education in Arizona. For example, an undergraduate student working in Arizona has median earnings that are 80 percent higher than a high-school graduate. For details, click on the icon to the left.
U.S. Educational Attainment Map
Find data by state on educational attainment across the nation, including certifications and licenses as well as bachelor’s, associate, graduate and professional degrees for people aged 25 to 64 years